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Super Talent TeraDrive FT2

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Super Talent TeraDrive FT2

The Super Talent TeraDrive FT2 is a solid state drive designed for database server applications and is based on the SandForce SF-1500 SSD processor. The device uses SATA 3Gbps interface and comes in two versions. The SLC version comes in 50GB (FTD05F225H) and 100GB (FTD10F225H) capacities and the MLC version comes in 50 GB (FTM05F225H), 100 GB (FTM10F225H) and 200GB (FTM20F225H) models. The FT2 features RAISE technologyy, DuraWrite technology and up to 250MB/s read and wri…

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Super Talent TeraDrive FT2

The Super Talent TeraDrive FT2 is a solid state drive designed for database server applications and is based on the SandForce SF-1500 SSD processor. The device uses SATA 3Gbps interface and comes in two versions. The SLC version comes in 50GB (FTD05F225H) and 100GB (FTD10F225H) capacities and the MLC version comes in 50 GB (FTM05F225H), 100 GB (FTM10F225H) and 200GB (FTM20F225H) models. The FT2 features RAISE technologyy, DuraWrite technology and up to 250MB/s read and write speeds.

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The Super Talent TeraDrive FT2 is a solid state drive that features Serial ATA-II 3Gbps interface in its 2.5 inch form factor. It supports MLC/SLC NAND flash and provides users with a 0.1 ms access time, 250 MB/seconds read and write time. The unit requires a 5V ± 5% power supply and has a mean time before failure rate of more than 1,000,000 hours. The Super Talent TeraDrive FT2 has an operating shock resistance of up to 1500G, operation vibration resistance of up to 16G, optimal operational temperature of 0 to +70 C at 5 - 90% humidity. It is designed in a 69.85 x 100.20 x 9.50 mm metal housing and is covered by a two year (MLC)/3 year (SLC) warranty.

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