Review of the SSD SIlicon Power 512GB 2.5-Inch SATA Drive
The SSD uses a variety of techniques to store data, including a multi-level cache, a persistent memory (TPM), and a random access memory (RAM). However, this drive comes uninitialized out of the box and must be initialized using a GPT disk. Its 953GB of usable space is the same as that of a standard hard drive, and it also features in-built bad block management. Additionally, it features S.M.A.R.T. technology, which ensures the reliability of the SSD and that it lasts for many years. Although it may not be very helpful in the beginning, it can prove to be extremely useful in the long run.
The SSD SIlicon Power 512GB 2.5-inch SATA drive uses a nickel coating on its surface to prevent excessive heat and is intuitively designed. It has two-fold PCIe 3.0 data transfer rate, which can help it reach speeds of up to 6,900 MB/s. The SSD is a good purchase for the money, but is it worth the money?
The Silicon Power A55 performs very well in comparison to other SSDs in this price range, but falls short in write performance. The SSD can be tracked using its SP Toolbox software, which can help you determine the speed and performance of your SSD. At its worst, it’s better than a hard drive, but the price is very competitive. The reviewer is a writer in Pennsylvania and regularly contributes to Gamepur and Hardcore Droid. He’s an expert in consumer technology, and is a contributing writer at many websites.