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Increase your systems performance by installing the Transcend 128GB MTS600 SATA III M.2 Internal SSD which delivers read speeds of 560 MB/s and write speeds of 310 MB/s. This SSD utilizes an SATA III interface that provides 6 Gb/s transfers speeds and supports random 4k reads of 75,000 IOPS and writes of 75,000 IOPS. Its form factor is type 2260 and is installed in a computer with an available M.2 slot that is 60mm long. When using this SDD with a hard drive, you can use Intel's Smart Response Technology to constantly monitor or move your most accessed programs to the SSD, and stores all other programs and files to the hard drive. It also offers TRIM support, which helps reduce write times to the drive allowing you to save information faster and prolongs the life the drive.
M.2 form factor (60mm) for computing devices.
Supports Power Shield to prevent data loss during a sudden power outage.
Supports DevSleep mode, which allows devices to completely shut down the SATA interface and conserve battery life unlike existing partial/slumber states.
DDR3 DRAM cache.
Supports S.M.A.R.T., TRIM and NCQ command.
Intel Smart Response Technology
Transcend's SATA III 6 Gb/s MTS600 M.2 SSD supports Intel Smart Response Technology (ISRT), which allows you to configure your computer system with an SSD used as cache memory between the hard disk drive and system memory. This provides the advantage of having a hard disk drive for ample storage capacity while delivering an SSD-like overall system performance experience. ISRT works by monitoring which programs and files you access most frequently and stores them on the SSD. As a result, application launch speed and overall system responsiveness are improved, while the large capacity of the hard drive is free to store all your other programs and files. In this configuration, only one drive letter is displayed; no additional drive letter is required for the SSD used as cache.