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MyDigitalSSD 960GB (1TB) BP5e Slim 7 Series 7mm 2.5" SATA III (6G) SSD Solid State Drive - MDS7-BP5e-1T

MyDigitalSSD 960GB (1TB) BP5e Slim 7 Series 7mm 2.5" SATA III (6G) SSD Solid State Drive - MDS7-BP5e-1T

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Bullet Proof 5 Eco | BP5e | 2.5" | 7mm | SATA III (6G) | PHISON S10 Controller

MyDigitalSSD Bullet Proof 5 Eco (BP5e) Slim 7 Solid State Drives are value upgrade solutions for Notebook and Desktop users who demand more from their PC or Mac.

Featuring the PHISON S10 controller, these easy-to-install 2.5-inch SATA III 6Gb/s SSDs offer performance well beyond their price tag with transfer speeds up to 565MB/s to improve boot up and application load times - boosting overall user productivity 70X!

BP5e Slim 7 drives have been over provisioned for improved Random Read/Write performance and IOPS, extended performance endurance to minimize sluggishness as the drive fills with data, prolonged drive life, reliability, and low power consumption.

Backwards compatible with SATA II applications; BP5e Slim 7 series drives feature a 9.5mm drive screw hole alignment to upgrade virtually any notebook with a 2.5" SATA port or SATA desktop workstation using a standard mounting adapter bracket - PC or Mac.

Features

  • Unequaled price to performance ratio
  • PHISON PS3110 controller
  • Toshiba TLC Toggle Flash
  • Large storage capacity
  • Easy installation
  • High-speed SATA 6Gb/s (SATA III) interface
  • Backward compatible to SATA 3Gb/s (SATA II)
  • Withstand extreme shock and vibration
  • Support DDR3 I/O interface
  • Power management supported
  • NCQ command set
  • TRIM support
  • RAID support
  • SMART support
  • 3-year warranty

Awards

TweakTown Must Have Best Value Award


Speed Testing

Test Environment: ASRock Extreme6/3.1 / Intel Core i7-4790K 4.0GHz / 16GB RAM / Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit / Driver iAStor

Firmware Version: 2.2

Disclaimer: Results may vary based on computer configuration, environment, and testing methods.

CrystalDiskMark 3.0.2 Bench Results

ATTO Bench Results

Anvil Bench Results


Note: Solid State Drives DO NOT require defragmentation. It may decrease the lifespan of the drive.

Specifications

MPN MDS7-BP5e-1T
UPC 728028348576
Capacity 960GB (1TB)
Controller Phison S10
Form Factor 2.5 Inch
Flash Toshiba TLC Toggle Flash
Interface SATA III (Serial ATA)
Max Read Speed Up to 565MB/s (ATTO)
Max Write Speed Up to 545MB/s (ATTO)
4K Read Up to 35MB/s (CDM)
4K Write Up to 120MB/s (CDM)
Access Time 0.1 ms
Operation Temperature 0 to 70°C
Storage Temperature -40 to 85°C
Humidity RH = 95% under 55°C
Dimensions 100 x 70 x 7mm
Weight < 6g
Shock 1500G/0.5ms
Vibration 80-2000Hz/20G
NCQ Up to 32 commands
Input Voltage 5V ± 5%
Power Consumption Active < 0.5W
Power Consumption Idle < 0.9W
MTBF >1,000,000 hours
RAID Support Yes
TRIM Support Yes
SMART Support Yes
ECC Scheme Support up to 72bit ECC correct per 1K Byte data
OS Support Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP / CE
Mac OS X
Linux series: Fedora, Ubuntu, Solaris, etc.
DOS
Compatibility/Compliance RoHS / CE / FCC

Package Contents

• MyDigitalSSD BP5e Slim 7 Series 2.5" SATA III/6G SSD

Warranty

• 3-Year Replacement Warranty

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