Incorporating High Endurance Technology (HET), the Intel® Solid-State Drive 710 Series delivers single-level cell (SLC) endurance in a multi-level cell (MLC) package by combining NAND management technique and silicon enhancements for write endurance of up to 1.5 petabytes (PB) with 20 percent over-provisioning1, 4,000 input/output operations per second (IOPS)1, and reads up to 38,500 IOPS1. Low-power consumption also reduces overall energy costs, making it an excellent value for system upgrades. For advanced reliability, the Intel® SSD 710 Series includes Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with 128-bit encryption, data security with surplus Intel® NAND Flash Memory, enhanced power-loss protection, and temperature monitoring and logging.
|Capacity||Sequential 4KB Read/Write (up to)2||Random 4KB Read/Write (up to)3||Form Factor|
|100GB||270 MB/s / 170 MB/s||38,500 IOPS / 2,300 IOPS||2.5-inch SATA|
|200GB||270 MB/s / 210 MB/s||38,500 IOPS / 2,700 IOPS||2.5-inch SATA|
|300GB||270 MB/s / 210 MB/s||38,500 IOPS / 2,000 IOPS||2.5-inch SATA|
1. Based on the Intel® Solid-State Drive 710 Series Product Specification.
2. Performance measured using Iometer with 64KB (65,536 bytes) of transfer size with queue depth equal to 32.
3. Performance measured using Iometer with queue depth equal to 32. Measurements performed on full logical block address (LBA) span of drive. Four kilobytes (4KB) equals 4,096 bytes. Eight kilobytes (8KB) equals 8,192 bytes.