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Available capacities Seq. Read(up to) Seq. Write(up to) Rnd. Read (up to) Rnd. Write (up to) 240GB 550 MB/s 520 MB/s 100K IOPS 90K IOPS 480GB 550 MB/s 515 MB/s 100K IOPS 90K IOPS 960GB 550 MB/s 515 MB/s 100K IOPS 90K IOPS Dimensions 2.75 x 3.96 x 0.28 in.
(69.85mm x 100.5mm x 7.0 mm)
Interface SATA Revision 3.0 (6 Gb/s) Operating temperature 32ºF to 158ºF (0ºC to 70 ºC) Storage temperature -67ºF to 185ºF (-55ºC to 85ºC) Shock Resistant up to 1500 G @ 0.5 m/sec Vibration 5 gRMS, 10-2000 HZ / 4.9 gRMS, 7-800 HZ Power Consumption (active) 0.13w (240 GB),
0.15w (480 GB, 960 GB)
From Hardware BBQ:
Between these drives, you can’t go wrong. Though Extreme Pro does offer benefits in performance and higher warranty period, Ultra II is more affordable and still has good performance for casual users and even gamers. Extreme Pro is a drive that will keep many higher-end users who will benefit from heavy workload such as video editing.[/nextpage] [nextpage title=”Purchase Links” ]