Powered by the latest SandForceÂ® SF-2281 processor, the Patriot Memory Pyro line will continue to expand on whatâs expected out of performance level SSDs. To meet the demanding needs of the power users and prosumer markets, the Patriot Memory Pyro will deliver blazing fast 500MB+ read and write speeds for the best in class performance. The Patriot Memory Pyro utilizes a fast SATA III 6.0 Gb/s connection interface to reach its maximum performance without bottlenecks while still maintaining backwards compatibility with existing SATA II interfaces. Technologies like TRIM, DuraClass, and DuraWrite are included in the Patriot Memory Pyro Series to bring a full featured SSD to the performance class market. With a very aggressive pricing strategy, Patriot memory has positioned the Pyro series SSD to offer one of the best price per performance ratios on the market. Backed by Patriot Memoryâs award winning build quality and 3-year warranty; the Patriot Memory Pyro series will deliver one of the most reliable choices in performance class SSDs.
Sandforce SF-2200 Series SSD Processor paired with qualified 25nm Asynchronous MLC NAND flash for best performance, value and reliability
SATA 6Gb/s, 3Gb/s and 1.5Gb/s
TRIM support (O/S dependent)
DuraWrite extends the endurance of SSDs
Intelligent Block Management and Wear Leveling
Intelligent Read Disturb Management
Intelligent "Recycling" for advance free space management (Garbage Collection)
RAISE (Redundant Array of Independent Silicon Elements)
Intelligent Data Retention optimization
Best-in-class ECC protection for longest data retention and drive life.
Thermal Threshold Management
Native Command Queuing (NCQ) - Up to 32 commands
ECC Recovery: Up to 55 bits correctable per 512-byte sector (BCH)
Sequential Read & Write Transfer:
240GB & 120GB models; 550MB/s read | 515MB/s Write
60GB model; 520MB/s read | 490MB/s Write.
Max Random Write IOPS: Up to 85,000 (4K aligned)/240GB &
120GB models; up to 80,000 (4K aligned)/60GB model.
O/S Support: WindowsÂ® XP / Vista / 7 / MacÂ® OS / Linux
Capacities stated are unformatted. The total formatted capacity for the drive will differ, depending on the operating system and file system used