Transcend M.2 SSD 830S
Made to measure. Extremely compact.
Using the SATA III 6Gb/s interface and DDR3 DRAM cache, Transcend's ultra-compact M.2 SSD 830S is ideal for meeting the high performance requirements and strict size limits of small form factor devices. Using only high-quality NAND flash and advanced firmware algorithms, Transcend's M.2 SSD 830S offers unprecedented reliability.
3D Expansion to Break Borders
In contrast to the existing planar NAND chips, 3D NAND flash is a type of flash memory in which the memory cells are stacked vertically in several layers. 3D NAND is designed to break through the density limitations of 2D planar NAND to achieve higher levels of performance and endurance.
Perfect for your Ultrabook
Transcend's 3D NAND M.2 SSDs comply with the M.2 form factors Type 2242 and 2280 and are perfectly suited for use in ultrabooks and lightweight notebooks. With a length of only 80 mm, the M.2 SSD 830S allows you to easily upgrade to your computer, taking up little space and at the same time giving it the much-needed power boost.
Superior transfer speeds
With the M.2 standard (80 mm), SATA III 6Gb/s interface and a powerful controller, Transcend's M.2 SSD 830S achieves incredible read and write speeds of up to 560MB/s and 520MB/s. When used as a cache, the M.2 SSD 830S offers 1.5 times faster boot time than traditional hard drives.
High IOPS to Accelerate Load Times
The M.2 SSD 830S features random 4K read and write speeds of up to 90,000 IOPS, providing incredibly fast load times and near instant response for demanding graphics and multimedia applications.
More memory in less space
The M.2 form factor allows functions to be extended and integrated into a single form factor module solution. M.2 SSDs include a smaller form factor, but with larger capacities than mSATA and Half-Slim SSDs.
Powerful and feature-rich
Despite its extra small dimensions, the M.2 SSD 830S has a DDR3 DRAM cache and advanced features to enhance the performance of the SSD.
- Error Correcting Code (ECC): Detects and corrects transmission errors to prevent data loss.
- Garbage Collection: Moves existing data to free memory blocks
- Wear-Leveling: Distributes data evenly across memory cells to extend the life of SSDs
- DDR3 DRAM Cache: Stores a temporary copy of the most active data to shorten access times