Patriot Memory launches Mac Series SSD and Notebook SODIMMs

Patriot launch Apple-compatible SSDs and Memory.

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Patriot Memory have today announced their new Mac Series XT SSDs and SODIMM lines. Both are optimized for the latest and popular Mac-based products, with the new offerings from Patriot geared toward power users who demand the latest storage and memory technology to increase productivity and performance.

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The Patriot Memory Mac Series XT SSDs sport the SandForce SF-2281 SSD processor and synchronous NAND which is quite popular in SSD technology and very, very fast. It's capable of delivering speeds of up to 520MB/sec read and 500MB/sec write, while also offering extended battery life and system responsiveness to MacBook owners. Patriot also ensure the best performance and stability available by testing all Mac Series SSDs at the Apple Developer Compatibility labs for both quality and reliability.

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Patriot Memory's Signature Apple DDR3 Non-ECC Unbuffered SODIMMs deliver the quality, reliability, and performance expected for today's computing needs. These sticks are hand tested exclusively on Apple systems, with every module requiring a pass on strict standards to ensure compatibility, quality and reliability.

Below are the details on the SSDs:

60GB, 120GB, & 240GB capacities

SandForce SF-2281 SSD processor

SATA 6.0 Gbps interface

Up to 520MB/s sequential read speeds

Up to 500MB/s sequential write speeds

Maximum 4K random write: 80,000 IOPS

TRIM, DuraClass, and DuraWrite Support


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