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titleIn the past we have taken a look at a variety of different SSD’s of all different sizes and shapes. Today we are going to check out something completely different. Today we are taking a look at a tiny 1.8 inch SSD that uses a PATA ZIF connection. For those of you who don’t know what a ZIF connection is, that is a zero insertion force connection. You typically see them inside of laptops and in this case this drive is normally used on small laptops and in some handheld devices. Being a PATA based (think IDE) these aren’t all about speed, but I wanted to check the drive out due to its size. So let’s take a look.

Product Name: RunCore Pro IV 1.8 Inch ZIF SSD

Review Sample Provided by: RunCore

Written by: Alexandra

Pictures by: Alexandra

 

Specifications

Model

RCP-IV-Z18XX-MC

Interface

ZIF

Dimension

70mm×52mm×5mm

Weight

 

Capacity

32GB/64GB/128GB/256GB/512GB

Cache

64m

Flash Media

MLC

Performance

Max. read speed

90MB/s

Max. write speed

81MB/s

4KB Random Read IOPS

6,500

4KB Random Write IOPS

1,700

Reliability

MTBF

> 1,000,000 hours

ECC

40b/1KB

wear-leveling

Static/Dynamic

Electrical

Input

5V±5%

Power Consumption(max)

2.0W

Idle Power

0.5W

Environmental

Operating

0c-70c

Storage

-40c-80c

Others

Supports Trim

Supported

Supports RAID 0,1

Supported

 

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