ADATA SP610 Solid State Drive Review

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  • Performance

  • Features

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Key Specs

    1TB Capacity, 2.5-inch Form Factor, Synchronous MLC NAND Flash, SATA 6Gb/sec, Up to 560MB/s Read, Up to 450MB/s Write, maximum 4K read/write IOPS up to 73K/72K

Pros: No heat, low power consumption, silent, comes with 3.5-inch desktop adapter, three years warranty

Cons: None

Bottomline: ADATA SP610 1 TB SSD is viable choice for people who needs fast performance as well as looking for high capacity drive. Considering the capacity, this drive comes at competitive price and performed better than drives we received till date.

Add a high capacity SSD in your laptop or ultrabook to not only boost the performance as well as increase the storage capacity. The ADATA SP610 1TB SSD gives you both. It is a 2.5-inch SSD that comes with a 3.5-inch desktop adapter a. Meaning you can use the drive in any latest laptop or ultrabook as well as this can be deployed in desktops which accepts 3.5-inch drive.

The exterior shell of the SSD protects the interior components and is constructed of a metal two-piece casing that is held together by four screws on the sides of the SSD. The premier SSD holds only four NAND channels under the metallic shell. Its out shell looks quite cool as well as enhance the durability. During the operation, you can hear any sound and not even you can notice any heat. The SSD work quite well and performs not best yet good.

The SP610 SSD supports hardware BCH ECC up to 66 bit/1KB that enhance performance and reliability for data protection. The power consumption of the drive is comparatively lower than traditional hard drives (80mW, Average) that helps to extend battery life of notebook and laptop computers.

The company claims its read and write speeds of up to 560 and 450 MB/s respectively. The drive performed well in our lab testing, it boosted the performance of PC as well. The total boot time was reduced by 0.8 seconds. In our benchmarks testing, on Crystal Disk Mark it achieved 518.9 MB/s read and 444.9 MB/s write speed and with HD Tune Pro, it delivered maximum and minimum read speeds of 403.2 MB/s and 358.5 MB/s respectively.

To test the real life performance, we transferred 10 GB of assorted data, it took only 32 seconds while transferring the data from SSD to external drive and 47 seconds when transferring from external drive to SSD.

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