Intel SSD 320 price in Malaysia & Specs for December, 2018

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Cheapest Intel SSD 320 Price in Malaysia is RM 160.00

The Intel SSD 320 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Intel SSD 320 price in Malaysia is RM 160.00 from Lazada. Intel SSD 320 price details are updated December 2018.

Intel SSD 320 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
Model320
DateJun 2011
Design
SSD form factor2.5"
Product colourSilver
Market segmentMBL
Product familyLegacy consumer SSD
Product seriesIntel 320
Product codenamePostville Refresh
Performance
Solid-state drive interfaceSerial ATA II
Read speed270 MB/s
Write speed220 MB/s
Memory typeMLC
Seek time0.1 ms
Latency (read)75 µs
Latency (write)90 µs
Lithography25 nm
Data transfer rate3 Gbit/s
Random read (100% span)39500 IOPS
Random write (100% span)23000 IOPS
Security algorithms128-bit AES
Enhanced Power Loss Data Protection technologyYes
S.M.A.R.T. supportYes
TRIM supportYes
Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER)1 sector per 1016
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1200000 h
SSD ARK ID56569

Reviews of Intel SSD 320

tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2013-01-06
The first mSATA-based SSDs we reviewed wowed us with diminutive dimensions, but not as much with performance. Today's best efforts are a lot more like their desktop equivalents, though. We round up 10 models between 64 and 256 GB and nail down a winner. ...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-08
Case Study: SSDs in AnandTech's Server Environment For the majority of the history of AnandTech we've hosted our own server infrastructure. A benefit of running our own infrastructure is that we're able to gain a lot of hands on experience with enter...
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-01
Let's be honest. In the PC world, size matters. This is true not only for the height of ATX towers, but also for the thickness of ultrabooks. The size of one's SSD is important, too. In addition to defining how many applications, games, and data can enjoy...
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2011-10-19
Ever since I started reviewing PC components here at TR, my relationship with hardware has become increasingly promiscuous. The Ikea shelving unit that serves as my test rack plays host to an endless stream of new systems—at least one every week, and when...
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techpowerup.com
Reviewed on 2011-10-14
5 year warranty, Free SSD Migration software available from Intel's website, Supports TRIM, Nice looking, rugged metal case
Reliability issues, Only average performance, No support for SATA 6 Gbps, High price
The company Intel does not really need much of an introduction. It has been a market and technology leader in CPU technology since ages. One of their less well-known area of expertise is the production of flash memory chips, so it comes as no surprise ...
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2011-09-25
The latest generation of SSDs is out in full force. Drives are widely available from a multitude of vendors, firmware issues have for the most part been resolved, and competition has driven prices dangerously close to dollar-per-gigabyte territory. If you...
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storagereview.com
Reviewed on 2011-09-07
1.5-2x the performance of a single SSD 320, No surprises
Performance still not impressive next to top-end single drives
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-26
We've added more SSDs to our database and observed a number of significant price changes in the past month. As a result, this months...
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hardwaresecrets.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-22
Most solid state drive (SSD) manufacturers make their drives with a standard set of capacities with the most popular being 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB. Intel is the exception to this rule, as they produce their SSDs in more varied capacities from 40 GB to...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-22
Increased security features. Inexpensive compared with other recent drives.
Lacks support for 6Gbps SATA.
Intel plunged into the ocean of next-generation solid-state drives (SSDs) with its release of the SSD 510 Series ($584 list, 4 stars), which utilized Marvell controllers supporting 6Gbps SATA III technology and thus delivered much faster speeds than pr...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-07
A year ago whenever I'd request an SSD for review I'd usually get a 128GB drive built using 3x nm 4GB 2-bit MLC NAND die. These days the standard review capacity is twice that as most drives ship with 25nm NAND, using 8GB die. Seeing a bunch of scores for...
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guru3d.com
Reviewed on 2011-04-27
per GB. I caught your interest didn't I ? Have a peek at the 320 series SSD from Intel, based on their own NAND flash memory and their own proprietary controller. And then let's dive into the review, hi-hoo Silver ... to the next page please. ...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-31
Well, it's finally about to happen. Intel announced that they're getting into the world of high capacity drives by releasing a new line of solid-state drives all the way up to 600 gigabytes. The new drives are the third generation of Intel's SSD 320 Serie...
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storagereview.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-29
The Intel SSD 320 is the much anticipated follow-up to the Intel X25-M, easily the most popular consumer SSD to date. The SSD 320 (commonly referred to as the X25-M 3rd Generation) is a mainstream SSD, letting the big brother SSD 510 go after the enth...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-29
Good Performance, Competitive Pricing, Security and Reliability Features
Doesn't Clearly Outpace Some Much Older Drives, "Only" SATA II
Intel officially announced the new SSD 320 Series drives yesterday, which feature proprietary Intel SSD controllers paired to cutting edge 25nm NAND flash memory. This new family of drives, however, isn’t geared for ultra-high performance. While still ...
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-28
Excellent throughput for SATA 3Gb/sec, Excellent build quality, Ground breaking IOPS, beating out 6Gb/sec solutions at lower queue depths, Competitive pricing (see below)
It's a bit late to come out with a 'new' 3Gb/sec part
Today we take a look at the third generation of Intel's native SSD controller solution. What started life as the X25-M series has now been dubbed the 320 Series. This falls in line with Intel's new naming scheme, where all SSD lines get so...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-28
Two more SSDs recently landed in our lab. We cover the
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-28
In the world of solid-state drives, Intel reminds me a little of Jon Jones. Yes, I'm going there. From very early on, it was clear that the UFC's new light-heavyweight champion had the combination of genetics and talent to become something special in the ...
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-28
Intel has just released the Intel SSD 320 Series, currently represented by six products with capacities ranging from 40GB to 600GB. With this new line of solid-state drives (SSD), Intel’s goal is to expand the market in which the Intel X25M was so suc...
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legitreviews.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-28
Back in 2008, Intel rolled out their X25-M SSD and was met with much love and enthusiasm as, at the time, the SSDs on the market just weren't very good. Drive stuttering was rampant and performance was lackluster. The X25-M was a breath of fresh air...
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