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Designed with a proprietary controller and 3-bit-per-cell NAND flash technology, the 960GB Q300 SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD from Toshiba features a 960GB storage capacity, allowing users to store a variety of files including movies, photos, music, documents, and more. This SSD connects to your system's 2.5" / 7mm drive bay using its SATA III 6 Gb/s interface. With solid-state drive technology, you benefit from load and access times for your files and programs that are faster than a conventional hard disk drive.
This SSD also includes performance features such as Adaptive Size SLC Write Cache Technology, Native Command Queuing (NCQ), TRIM support, and a Read Only mode. The 960GB Q300 SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD includes a mounting spacer that allows it to be installed in 9.5mm drive bays, as well as free downloadable NTI Echo data migration software and Toshiba's Storage Utility Tool. Protection is provided by a limited 3-year warranty.
3-bit-per-cell NAND flash technology delivers a balance of performance and value
Toshiba's in-house controller and NAND flash technology work in parallel to deliver enhanced performance and an integrated upgrade solution for your computer
The 7mm slim & lightweight design is suited for systems with a 7mm drive bay. Using the included 9.5mm mounting spacer, it can be used in 9.5mm drive bays
Adaptive Size SLC Write Cache technology enables SLC-like performance, resulting in higher processing speed and lower power consumption
Native Command Queuing (NCQ) improves SSD access and read/write performance by optimizing the command sequence for efficient processing
TRIM Support helps maximize long term write speed performance by optimizing data deletion process
Read Only mode helps ensure your data can still be read and rescued from the system, even if writing is disabled due to drive operation issues
SSD Benefits vs. HDD
Faster boot-up speed and shorter wait time
Faster access of application and data
Lower power consumption for longer battery life
No moving parts enable quieter drive operation
Resistance to vibration and shock for enhanced mobility