Silicon Power reveals the Extreme E25 SSD
Andy Ruffell / 6 years ago
Silicon Power today introduces its latest addition in its Solid State Drive lineup with the Extreme E25 SSD.
While it is categorized under the Extreme series, it doesn’t feature a SATA III interface, but rather SATA II. While extreme users may see this as a flaw, some people do see the advantage of SATA II as not every computer features the latest interface. Besides, if this can help reduce the prize, why not?
This new product is available in three different storage – 64, 128 and 256GB – it has been integrated with most of the modern functions a SSD could need, including the TRIM Command which not only increases the write-in function, but also speeds up the computer. Functions such as ECC error correcting code has also been implemented, enhancing performance and lifespan of the drive, which is also further increased by the integration of DDR2 DRAM Cache memory.
Performance wise, the maximum read speeds reachable with this drive is stated to be 278 MB/s, although Silicon Power do precise the performance can vary between platforms.
The rest of the specifications are common, it features lower consumption, including RoHS compliance, vibration proof, noiseless operation, no latency delay and no seek error.
Memory and controller are unknown, just like the release date and price, although the Extreme E25 will come with a 3-year warranty.
Source: Press Release