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IRDM has come up with a smart M.2 2230 SSD

IRDM has come up with a smart M.2 2230 SSD

The new product of the Polish company, capable of writing at a speed of 6 GB/s, provides alternatives to expand the storage capacity of our mobile devices up to 2 TB.

It operates under the umbrella of Wilk Elektronik SA, which is separate from GoodRAM Erdem Its range has been increased with an M.2 SSD working with the x4 PCI Express 4.0 interface, intended primarily for mobile consoles and laptops, which Pro for Nano they call me.


The 22 x 30 x 2.2mm storage space, backed by a 5-year warranty, is produced in 512GB, 1TB and 2TB versions, but the product page doesn't reveal the contents of the quad-channel controller that drives the 3D TLC NAND flash chips. In this regard, the only thing that is clear is that the console is faster than Phison's E27T that was presented at CES this year, as the sequential read/write speed can rise to 7300/6000MB/s in the case of the two blessed versions. With larger storage sizes. Since there's no mention of a DRAM cache, it's likely an HMB (host memory buffer) solution, so a slice of our system's memory performs the caching task.

IRDM Pro Nano 512 GB 1 TB 2 TB
appearance M.2 2230
A breath PCI Express 4.0×4
observer ? (four channels)
Nand 3D TLC NAND flash
Sequential reading 5100 MB/s 7300 MB/s
Sequential writing 4600 MB/s 6000 MB/s
Random reading 780,000 IOPS 750,000 IOPS
Random writing 920,000 IOPS 850,000 IOPS
Random reading 300 TB 600 TB 1200 TB
Technologies ECC debugging, wear leveling, hyper-provisioning, bad block management, TRIM, SMART
Guaranteed 5 years
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Robustness is capped at 300, 600, and 1200 TB, and the questionably priced chassis supports ECC debugging, hyperthreading, bad block management, wear leveling, TRIM command, and of course SMART monitoring.

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