The G.Skill FS-25S2-64GB
Here we see the top of the drive and G.Skill's label. The drive is clearly labeled as a 64GB drive which came in very handy when swapping drives around here at the lab.
It is very difficult to show the level of detail of the laser engraving on the bottom of the drive, but it is absolutely stunning.
The side of the drive has all of the mounting holes where they should be located. The drive on top is a standard platter based notebook drive, 9.5mm tall.
On the back we see the SATA and power connectors where they should be. This is important since some users will want to mount this drive in a desktop or server using a backplane.
Here we see the manual and sole accessory that comes with the G.Skill SSD.
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