Subject: Storage | May 5, 2016 - 01:17 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: MyDigitalSSD, Bullet Proof 5 Eco, M.2, tlc, PS3110-S10C
MyDigitalSSD's 480GB Bullet Proof 5 Eco M.2 is indeed available for $130 with the 240 and 120GB models also sporting attractive pricing. The M.2 drive uses Toshiba TLC memory with decent overprovisioning, an eight channel Phison PS3110-S10C controller and an additional chip which The SSD Review believes is an 8GB SLC cache from Kingston. The drive tops out the bandwidth of SATA 6Gbps in most tests, offering a very good value for your money. Even with the shorter lifespan of TLC there is a three year warranty which should cover you until your next upgrade.
"On the test bench today, we have the MyDigitalSSD Bullet Proof 5 Eco M.2 480GB SATA 3 SSD and this SSD just may be the best value available for the dollar right now at $129.99. To think that this little SSD is just shy of that .25/GB mark is incredible…but can it perform?"
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Intel 540s SSD Review (480GB) – SMI Controller With SK Hynix Memory @ The SSD Review
- Plextor M7V M.2 SATA SSD @ Modders-Inc
- Patriot SuperSonic Magnum 2 256GB USB 3.1 Gen 1 Flash Drive Review @ NikKTech
- Lexar 633x microSDXC Card @ The SSD Review
- Synology DiskStation DS216+ 2-Bay NAS Review @ Techgage
- WD My Cloud EX2 Ultra 8TB NAS @ Kitguru
- Western Digital RED 8TB Helium HDD Review @ Hardware Canucks