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Reactor 1TB 7mm

Reactor  —  1TB Solid State Drive - MKNSSDRE1TB Reactor

Optimal Data Flow
Optimized for dependable and reliable data flow

TRIM Support
TRIM Support when used with compatible operating system
Designed for continued reliable function
3 Year Warranty
Quality guaranteed - we offer a 3 year limited warranty on this product

Capacity: 1TB
Dimensions: 7mm X 69.85mm X 100.5mm
Temp. Range: 0-70°C
Read Speed: up to 560MB/sec
Write Speed: up to 460MB/sec
Shock Tolerance:  
MTBF: 1,500,000 hours
Controller: Silicon Motion SM2246EN
Interface Type: SATA 3.0 (6Gb/s) interface (backwards compatible with SATA 2.0 (3Gb/s) and SATA 1.0 (1.5Gb/s)) 
Warranty: 3 years limited
IOPS: Up to 74,000 IOPS (Read) / Up to 76,000 IOPS (Write)
UPC: 846651023070


Rated max read and write speeds are obtained 

using ATTO 2.46 at queue depth 10




" the Reactor is an excellent performer and it also proves that the SM2246EN can handle 1TB of NAND without a hitch" 

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"The Reactor is a new competitive SSD option form Mushkin"

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"If you just want to get entry level SSD performance and don't want to spend a lot of money, the Reactor 512GB is a good way to get flash in your system."

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"If you want a 1TB SSD that will last longer than a traditional mechanical hard drive, deliver significantly higher performance and want it at the lowest price possible, the Mushkin Reactor 1TB is the drive to scoop up at this point. Read more at " 


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"Reactor 1TB stands out for its very competitive price. He is on average cheaper than, say, the BX200 Crucial and OCZ Trion 150, while on average even a little faster than the Sandisk Ultra II. Mushkin puts it one of the most attractive cheap 1TB SSDs down, which rightfully deserves an Excellent Choice award. The 512GB version is much less well priced. " 


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