Gigabyte GP-VSD1TB Vision Drive 1TB
- Mtundu: Gigabyte
- Series Gigabyte externe: SSD GP-VSD1TB 1TB USB-C Gen2x2
- Miyeso Yogulitsa: 11.5 x 7.2 x 2cm; 120 gramu
- Mabatire: 1 Lithium Ion batteries required.
- Nambala yachitsanzo: GP-VSD1TB
- mtundu; Mehrfarbig
- Choyimira: bar
- Hard Disk Description: Olimba pagalimoto
- Hard Drive Interface: eSATA
- Hard Disk Rotational Speed: 5000
- Wattage: 3600
- Mtundu Woyendetsa Galimoto: DVD
- Kodi Mabatire Akuphatikizidwa: Ayi
- Lithium Battery Energy Content: 2 Kilowatt Maola
- Lithium Battery Weight: 2 Gramu
- Number Of Lithium Ion Cells: 5
- Chiwerengero cha Ma cell a Lithium Metal: 5
- Chinthu cholemetsa: 120 g
Chiyankhulo: USB3.2 Gen2x2
Choyimira: SSD yakunja
Total maluso: 1TB
NAND: 3D TLC NAND Flash
External DDR Cache: 1GB
Sequential Read speed: Kufikira ku 2,000 MB / s
Sequential Write speed: Kufikira ku 2,000 MB / s
Mean time between failure (MTBF): 1.77 million hours
Power Consumption (Active): 5W
Temperature (Operating): 0°C to 70°C
Temperature (Storage): -40 ° C mpaka 85 ° C
Warranty Limited: 5-years or 1600TBW
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Gigabyte externe SSD GP-VSD1TB 1TB USB-C Gen2x2
A USB-C external SSD called Vision Drive that is compatible with the newest USB 3.2 Gen2x2 interface offers remarkable sequential read/write speeds up to 2000MB/s, which is four times faster than USB 3.0 SSD. It reduces waiting times, which significantly boosts the productivity of content creators and IT professionals who work with large files. Additionally, the disc works with older USB ports. Take advantage of the steady and dependable performance of mobile heavy-duty applications.
VISION DRIVE 1TB Upgrade Kit (GP-VSD1TB KIT)
- Choyimira: SSD yakunja
- Total maluso: 1TB Zoyimira
- Kuthamanga kwa kuwerenga: mpaka 2000 MB / s
- Sequential Write speed: mpaka 2000 MB / s
- Chiyankhulo: USB 3.2 GEN2X2(USB-C)
- Test system configuration: configuration may vary by model, we will choose the latest platform for verification.
- Performance may vary based on SSD’s firmware version and system hardware & configuration. Sequential performance measurements based on CrystalDiskMark v.5.1.2 and I0meter 1.1.0.
- Kuthamanga kutengera kuyesa kwamkati. Zochitika zenizeni zimatha kusiyana.
- TBW (Terabyte Written): Terabytes Written” is the total amount of data that can be written into an SSD before it is likely to fail.
- 1GB = 1 billion bytes. Actual useable capacity may vary.
- 5 years or 1600TBW, whichever comes first.
- TBW is evaluated by the JEDEC workload standard.
The use of advanced thermal solutions does not result in any performance being sacrificed on Vision Drive. All heat generators are protected by stand-alone aluminum heatsinks with nanocarbon coating and high thermal conductivity pads. Additionally, the housing’s rubber foot and ventilation holes prevent heated air from entering the SSD. The innovative thermal system maintains ideal operating temperatures while protecting the Vision Drive from overheating and guaranteeing reliability.
A military-grade reliability test was passed by the Vision Drive 1TB SSD, demonstrating that the case can withstand an unintentional drop of up to 1.22 meters.
MIL-STD-810G 516.6, is a test used by the military to determine whether a device can tolerate stress during handling or shipping.
Approximately 250,000 images taken with a 12MP camera, 250 movies or 500 hours of HD video, or 6.5 million document pages, often saved as Office files, PDFs, and presentations can all be stored on one terabyte.
One of the most popular storage options for all of your critical data and information is 1 TB hard discs. A 1TB hard disc is the ideal option if you need to store massive data.
If you keep a lot of movies and other huge files, we advise you to select at least 1TB of storage.
For instance, when using the decimal standard, 1 TB equals 1,000 gigabytes (GB), whereas when using the binary standard, 1 TB equals 1,024 GB. A significant quantity of data may be represented by the difference of 24 GB.
Large data sizes like 1 TB require longer backup times, which can range from 3 to 24 hours.
Gigabytes are smaller than terabytes. A megabyte is comparable to 1,024 kilobytes, while a terabyte is 1,024 gigabytes (GB), which are themselves equal to 1,024 megabytes (MB).
However, whether you’re talking about an internal drive for a server, desktop, or external HDD, three to five years is still about how long they survive. With so many internal moving parts, something will ultimately break down.
A terabyte (TB) is equal to one million megabytes. 1TB has about the same amount of capacity as eight (128 GB) iPhones when compared to other technological gadgets. Additionally, that would be the same as four 256 GB Windows or Mac laptops.
SSD drives are around 5 times faster than HDDs despite having about 4 times the storage capacity at 1Tb (standard hard disk).
With 1TB of RAM, you could cache dozens or perhaps hundreds of videos from websites like YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, and others in advance for later playback.
The 14 TB EXOS MACH. 2 line of hard drives was introduced by Seagate in 2021. Although there is a tonne of capacity on a single disc, these brand-new drives are interesting for reasons other than their TB count. They read and write their data in this manner.