Review Silicon Power 256GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD
Silicon Power 256GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD

SP256GBP34A60M28 is an affordable storage solution. It was developed for beginners, home improvement, custom system builders as well as users who just want to update their computers. With a PCIe Gen3x4 interface (i.e. when sending and receiving data over four channels at the same time), an SSD drive is necessary. P34A60 supports NVMe 1.3, which requires a higher performance bus than the Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI), including expandable bandwidth, IOPS increase, and low latency. In addition, the HMB (host cache) architecture enables the host driver to allocate system memory (RAM) to use SSD, which improves efficiency. Teamwork provides the best performance. P34A60 uses LDPC (Low Density Parity Check) encryption technology (strong ECC algorithm (error correction code)) to ensure data security. In addition, end-to-end data protection (E2E) ensures that the displayed data is correct and retrievable from start to finish, while RAID hard drives provide acceptable levels of fault tolerance, thus improving data integrity. This increases reliability and reliability. Thanks to the M.2 2280 form factor (80mm), its P34A60 thanks to its compact size can be easily installed in laptops, microcomputer systems and some laptops. With the 2TB mass storage option, this is a simple upgrade that can dramatically increase system storage while providing space for other components.

Silicon Power 256GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD Specs
  • PCIe Gen 3x4 interface
  • ECC LDPC (low density symmetry examination) and end-to-end data protection (E2E) and RAID drive can improve data integrity and stability
  • NVMe 1.3 support, cache (HMB), and SLC cache for high performance and efficiency
  • The M.2 2280 (80 mm) compact size can easily be installed in laptops, microcomputer systems and some laptops
  • To support Silicon Power PCIe drives, the system must have M.2 slots with M buttons. Silicon Power PCIe SSD drive does not have a grade B, that is, button B on the SSD connector blocks input.

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