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Mushkin Enhanced ECO3 2.5" 480GB SATA III TLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MKNSSDE3480GB

MPN: MKNSSDE3480GB | SKU: UL9239
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  • Device Type Internal Solid State Drive (SSD), Used For Consumer, Form Factor 2.5", Capacity 480GB, Memory Components TLC, Interface SATA III, Controller SMI - SM2256, Cache 512MB,
  • Performance Max Sequential Read Up to 560 MBps, Max Sequential Write Up to 515 MBps, 4KB Random Read Up to 85,000 IOPS, 4KB Random Write Up to 87,000 IOPS, MTBF 2,000,000 hours,
  • Environmental Operating Temperature 0°C ~ +70°C, Storage Temperature -40°C ~ +85°C, Max Shock Resistance 1500G,
  • Dimensions & Weight Height 7.00mm, Width 69.85mm, Depth 100.45mm
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  • Device Type Internal Solid State Drive (SSD), Used For Consumer, Form Factor 2.5", Capacity 480GB, Memory Components TLC, Interface SATA III, Controller SMI - SM2256, Cache 512MB,
  • Performance Max Sequential Read Up to 560 MBps, Max Sequential Write Up to 515 MBps, 4KB Random Read Up to 85,000 IOPS, 4KB Random Write Up to 87,000 IOPS, MTBF 2,000,000 hours,
  • Environmental Operating Temperature 0°C ~ +70°C, Storage Temperature -40°C ~ +85°C, Max Shock Resistance 1500G,
  • Dimensions & Weight Height 7.00mm, Width 69.85mm, Depth 100.45mm
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Description

Looking for high-performance DDR4 memory modules? Grab some of our Mushkin Enhanced Redline Ridgeback 16GB DDR4 SDRAM. These memory modules offer superior performance, clocked at 2666MHz running at 1.2V of power. The module sports an aggressive look, with a smooth red metal finish and a stylish heat spreader, ita?s sure to make any rig look even better. These modules come with a lifetime warranty.

  • 480GB
  • SATA 6 Gb/s
  • FORM FACTOR: 2.5"
  • 2.5"
  • 480GB
  • SATA III

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Mushkin Enhanced Redline 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 SDRAM


Brand: Mushkin

MPN: MKNSSDE3480GB

UPC: 846651026033

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Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
Mushkin Enhanced
Classification
ECO3
MPN
MKNSSDE3480GB
Device Type
Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Used For
Consumer
Form Factor
2.5"
Memory Components
TLC
Interface
SATA III
Controller
SMI - SM2256
Cache
512MB
Max Sequential Read
Up to 560 MBps
Max Sequential Write
Up to 515 MBps
4KB Random Read
Up to 85,000 IOPS
4KB Random Write
Up to 87,000 IOPS
MTBF
2,000,000 hours
Features
Internal flash array provides RAID-like data protection to increase reliability and endurance

StaticDataRefresh technology ensures data integrity

Early weak block retirement ensures the strongest blocks remain in use

Built-in LDPC ECC

Global wear-leveling evens program and erase counts across blocks to extend drive endurance

512MB DDR3 DRAM

SATA 3.1 (6Gb/s) interface (backwards compatible with SATA 3.0, 2.0 (3Gb/s) and SATA 1.0 (1.5Gb/s))

Supports Security Erase

TRIM support (OS/driver support required)

S.M.A.R.T. support

User-upgradeable firmware

Temperature sensor / RoHS, FCC, CE

Engineered in the USA

Max sequential speeds measured using ATTO 2.46 at queue depth 10. Max IOPS measured using IOMeter 1.1 at queue depth 32
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ +70°C
Storage Temperature
-40°C ~ +85°C
Max Shock Resistance
1500G
Height
7.00mm
Width
69.85mm
Depth
100.45mm
Weight
0.14 lb.

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
4.5
Reviews
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69.23% (9)
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By Joel Green
Good drive, good price, good speed and capability.
Bought this as it was a good price for capacity and speed. Put it in a raid 0 with another completely different sata iii ssd, and results are good so far. No problems to speak of (we'll see there as budget drives have that tendency), but so far love it. Recommend.
By Rudolf Lopez
What a deal!
What a deal! Mushkin rules with my computers, even the mlc series are working fine. I have one in each of my 2 laptops and in my two computers. All is well so far.
By Boris Gold
Great price, working well so far, lengthy install
I can't say for sure whether it was the drive or something to do with my setup that was the issue, but i eventually got it working and it's 10x faster than my old boot drive (i measured). I was able to pick it up for a little under $100, so i'm as well very happy with the price. My system boots in about 15 seconds now (used to be around 4 minutes). I'll update my review if it crashes later, but so far so good (one day in). It did not come with 2.5" to 3.5" mounting brackets needed to install in a desktop drive bay. I purchased a rosewill 2.5-inch ssd/hdd mounting kit for 3.5-inch drive bay rdrd-11004 that suited the drive well.I'll catalog the steps i took during install that seemed to be successful in the hopes that they'll help someone else out. I don't know which of these steps were necessary (and i'm by no means an expert), but they all seemed to get me one step further than the last, so ::shrug:: i had a lot of software installed that was very old and i wasn't confident that i could get the old licenses transferred to a clean windows install, so cloning the drive was the only option for me, but i'd generally recommend a clean install whenever you're switching to a new system drive. Most steps of this process are only applicable when you aren't performing a clean install.My conditions: windows 7 enterprise 64-bit on a homemade desktop with 4 hdds, cloning old 2tb hdd to new 480gb ssd (not a clean install)0. Backup your system to external media (just to be safe).1. Physically install the hardware as a new drive (this could presumably be done with an external enclosure as well) leaving other drive(s) in place.2. Boot to the old drive as usual.3. Use minitool partition wizard free (i used v9.1) to make a new partition on the blank drive, setting it as the same file system as your current boot drive (mine was ntfs) and ensuring it is set as a primary partition (not logical) and has a drive letter assigned (any available letter will do).- i do not know why, but i was not able to use windows disk management to perform this function. The drive would show up for a short while, then disappear. This happened many times. I as well attempted several different sata cables and ports (all known good) with no change to this behavior. At this point i was pretty sure i'd gotten a bad drive, but once i'd established the partition with minitool, this suddenly stopped happening and the drive seemed to be working just fine.4. (if not already done in bios) change your drive control to ahci (as opposed to ide). This is a two step process, with the first being a few registry edits followed by a change in your bios. I used these instructions that are more for vista but worked well for my windows 7, 64-bit system. If you search for it directly there are some more detailed procedures that change different registry values, but these worked for me. Don't forget to make a system repair disc and system restore point before modifying the registry.- from all that i've read, any ssd should be using ahci to get the best speeds, so this is a good idea regardless of whether it was actually one of my issues.5. Ensure that the system boots properly to the old drive.6. Use macrium reflect - free edition to make an image of your old system drive.- whenever i tried to use the direct cloning feature, it failed. I strongly recommend forgoing the clone feature and instead using the two step (image & restore) procedure instead.7. (optional) use macrium reflect - free edition to verify the image you make of your old system drive.8. Use macrium reflect - free edition to restore the system image to the new drive.9. Shut down the system and unplug any drive(s) other than the ssd.10. Turn on the system.- mine automatically located and booted to the ssd, but some systems may require you to access the boot menu to select it first.11. Windows will likely question to restart to set changes. Go ahead and restart fully. Assuming windows doesn't whine at you further, shut down the system.--------at this point the drive is working well, so anything else is just extra stuff for getting the old drive(s) back up--------12. Plug back in any other drive(s).13. Turn on the system. Windows will probably question to restart again after it finishes with drivers on the other drive(s). Restart again.14. (optional) use minitool partition wizard free to wipe the old drive.Hope that helps somebody else who's struggling.
By Erin Wilson
I am not a geek so can't say it does this better at x gigs per second than that at y ...
Mac pro - loaded yosemite 10.10.5 then did a migration assistant . Needed to clean up original boot drive but i didn't . The muskin at this point has 391 gigs on it . After the build - migration i booted from it while it was and is still on an external enclosure from newertech . It is connected to the mac pro via a 800 fire wire .Boots quicker .. Much quicker via the 800 fire than the internal hybird i was booting from . A little sluggish on some stuff .... But then again it's on an external drive not yet mounted internally .I am not a geek so can't say it does this better at x gigs per second than that at y mb per sec .It is just a lot faster and i don't have it inside the mac pro yet .This is one of the " cheaper " models . It runs quick enough for me .
By Milton Ruiterkamp
Mushkin = american quality
Seemingly good reliable n fast drive. Mushkin is a quality company it seems.
By Aleksander Kleiv
Good drive
Great upgrade for a macbook pro.
By Ashley Marshall
Great price, and hasn't died yet
Ok speed, great price, and hasn't died yet.
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Just what i needed
Good price and fast service
By Sanni Kantola
Five stars
Great price, great product. Right now using 4 in a raid-5 array. So fast compared to previous spinning drives!
By Cameron Henderson
Had continued errors and problems getting my computer to boot ...
Had continued errors and problems getting my computer to boot after cloning. Had to clone over and over and with different programs and eventually it booted ok.

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