KingSpec SATA II 400x 64GB CFast Card SSD

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Nov 4, 2009
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CFast card use modified SATA II interface, limiting speed up to 375 MB/s. The interface for 7 + 17 pin, among them 7 pin for signal wire, 17 other pin for power supply and control circuit. Compatible SATA versions 2.6 standard, backwards compatible SATA I CFast memory card, can easily switch to the standard SATA interface, can be called the world's smallest SATA solid hard disk. This card is mainly used for NB, Tabletop PC, control main board and other imaging equipment, etc…


- High speed card featuring fast 153MB/S Read speed and 102MB/S write speed
- High performance card for cutting out the wait when transferring data from camera to PC
- 64GB capacity card for capturing more photos and longer videos
- Works great with NB, Tabletop PC, control main board and other imaging equipment, etc…

LinkDelight has introduced this 64GB CFast card, the smallest solid-state drive (SSD) to feature a SATA interface. The SATA interface should allow CFast cards, the next-generation devices from the Compact Flash Association, to reach speeds of up to 375MB/s. Professional photographers can now make the best use of high-end cameras and ultimate technology image devices by relishing continuous shots without waiting time for catch up; Industrial, embedded or PC users such as IPC, Mobile Internet Device (MID), and Ultra-Mobile Personal Computer (UMPC) can now simultaneously obtain the desirable features of next generation fast, small and reliable mobile storage.
Kingspec 240GB SATA 2.5 MLC SSD



Features: Spark is a high speed and performance series SSD of SATA. And the read IOPS for 4KB file can reach 30K.
Read endurance: unlimited
Wear-Leveling Algorithm: Dynamic and static wear-leveling
Data Retention: 10years at 25ºC
MTBF: 2,000,000hours
ECC: Supports Supports BCH ECC 24bits in 512 bytes
Bad Block Management: Auto Bad Block Management in system
Application: ALL notebooks & equipment with SATA

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