If you're looking to replace that HDD of yours with an SSD, look no further than the ADATA SU630. The SSD is built with next-generation QLC 3D NAND Flash to offer amazing value and great performance. It also comes with excellent features such as LDPC ECC technology.
- With support for LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) error correcting code technology, the SU630 can detect and fix errors to ensure data integrity and thus enjoy an extended lifespan.
- Sporting the QLC 3D NAND Flash with 3.84TB of capacity and an attractive price point, the SU630 is an ideal upgrade for users looking to make the switch from HDD to SSD, whether as storage or a boot drive.
- Featuring dynamic SLC caching, NAND Flash memory operates in single-level cell mode and boosts performance.
- This allows the SU630 to reach read/write speeds of up to 520/450MB/s for smoother and faster boot, file transfers, and downloads.
- With no mechanical components, SSDs are more resilient than HDDs.
- They are more resistant to shock, vibration (1500G/0.5ms) and extreme temperatures (0C-70C) and therefore provide better protection for data.
- What's more, SSDs also run silently and consume less power.
- With the purchase of the SU630, users qualify to download ADATA's SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility free of charge!
- SSD Toolbox allows users to monitor and manage the SU630, with drive status, wear level, and lifespan information.
- The Migration Utility is especially helpful for users making the switch from HDD to SSD, as it allows for simple and straightforward backup and migration of data, including the operating system.
|Capacity||240GB / 480GB / 960GB / 1.92TB / 3.84TB|
|NAND Flash||3D QLC|
|Dimensions||100.45 x 69.85 x 7mm / 3.95 x 2.75 x 0.27inch|
|Weight||47.5g / 1.68oz|
|Sequential Read [Max]||Up to 520MB/s|
|Sequential Write [Max]||Up to 450MB/s|
|4KB Random Read IOPS [Max]||Up to 40K|
|4KB Random Write IOPS [Max]||Up to 65K|
|Operating Temperature||0°C - 70°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40°C - 85°C|
|Shock Resistance||1500G / 0.5ms|
|Terabytes Written [Max]||800TB|
A: The difference in capacity is mainly due to the different calculation methods used by your PCs operating system and the SSD.
SSDs calculate capacity based on the decimal system,
e.g.: 1KB - 1000 Byte bytes, 1MB - 1000KB, 1GB - 1000MB, 1TB - 1000GB, and so on.
Your PCs operating system uses the binary system,
e.g. 1KB x 1024 Byte byte, 1MB x 1024KB, 1GB x 1024MB, 1TB x 1024GB, and so on.
For example, if the packaging shows capacity or 500GB, it is calculated as follows: 500GB x 500 x 1,000MB x 1,000KB x 1,000Byte x 500,000,000,000Byte.
Your PCs operating system will calculate as follows: 500,000,000,000 Byte/1024KB/1024MB/1024GB, or approximately 465GB.
Q: What is the difference between SATA 3.0 and SATA 2.0?
A: According to the Serial ATA International Organization the SATA 3.0 specification offers transfer speeds up to 6Gbps compared to 3Gbps for SATA 2.0. Regardless, SATA 2.0 and SATA 3.0 use the same interface and cables.
A Full List of Troubleshooting Q & A is available on the ADATA Consumer Site for more complex questions such as:
Q: Why is my existing SATA SSD not being recognized after installing a new SATA / NVMe M.2 SSDs?
Q: How do you partition a new SSD?
Q: What should I do if my SSD is unrecognizable, undetectable, unreadable, or experiencing other malfunctions?
Q: I am having trouble formatting my SSD
Q: Are ADATA SSD compatible with different operating systems?
Q: Why does my SSD's read/write not match the speed that was advertised? Is there something wrong with the product?
Q: How do I check the health status of my SSD? How do I ensure my SSD can have a long lifespan?
Q: What is a Trim command and which operating systems can it be used with?
|Capacity||2TB / 1TB / 512GB / 256GB / 128GB||1TB / 512GB / 256GB||2TB / 1TB / 500GB||120GB||3.84TB / 1.92TB / 960GB / 480GB / 240GB|
|NAND Flash||3D TLC||3D NAND||3D NAND||3D NAND||3D QLC|
|4KB Random Read IOPS [Max]||Up to 85,000 IOPS||Up to 65,000 IOPS||Up to 50,000 IOPS||Up to 40,000 IOPS||Up to 40,000 IOPS|
|4KB Random Write IOPS [Max]||Up to 85,000 IOPS||Up to 75,000 IOPS||Up to 65,000 IOPS||Up to 75,000 IOPS||Up to 65,000 IOPS|
|Sequential Read [Max]||550MBps||550MBps||520MBps||520MBps||520MBps|
|Sequential Write [Max]||500MBps||500MBps||450MBps||450MBps||450MBps|
|Terabytes Written [Max]||800TB||800TB||400TB||560TB||800TB|