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Samsung SM843 Pro Data Center Series 240GB SSD Review - Samsung SM843 Specifications

Samsung SM843 Pro Data Center Series 240GB SSD Review

Samsung leverages the full power of its tremendous manufacturing capability with an SSD constructed entirely with Samsung building blocks. With the MDX controller, NAND and DRAM production in-house, Samsung aims to deliver the total package for their datacenter customers.

| SSDs in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Mar 4, 2013 12:43 pm
TweakTown Rating: 87%      Manufacturer: Samsung

Samsung SM843 Specifications

 

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The SM843 will come in capacities of 120GB, 240GB and 480GB. The available capacity of these SSDs is only slightly lower than their consumer market counterparts, and reflects the extra overprovisioning provided for enterprise workloads.

 

The MDX controller wrings extra endurance from the 20nm MLC NAND utilized with the SM843 via numerous techniques. Standard ECC is backed by DSP and adaptive flash programming techniques.

 

The SSD comes in the standard 2.5' form factor with a 7mm Z-Height. This will allow deployment of the SSD into slim applications.

 

The SM843 has a low active read power consumption of 2.7 Watts, and an active write consumption of 3.4 Watts, which we will put to the test with our power testing later in the review. The low power threshold and the high read IOPS provide an SSD that Samsung feels will offer an impressive IOPS-to-Watts solution.

 

The SM843 features standard AES-256 encryption, and does not include any type of power fail protection.

 

The specifications below also feature the forthcoming SAS SSD from Samsung. This will be utilized in high-write environments and features a more robust feature set.

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