KINGSTON 1TB FURY Renegade M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive with Heatsink

Kingston FURY™ Renegade PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD provides cutting-edge performance in high capacities for gaming and hardware enthusiasts seeking extreme performance for PC builds and upgrades. By leveraging the latest Gen 4x4 NVMe controller and 3D TLC NAND, Kingston FURY Renegade SSD offers blazing speeds up to 7,300/7,000MB/s1read/write and up to 1,000,000 IOPS1for amazing consistency and exceptional gaming experience. From game and application loading times to streaming and capturing, give your system a boost in overall responsiveness.

₱7,550.00
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
Product ID: 8842440900906
Vendor: Kingston
SKU: SSD-KINGSTON 1TB FURY RENEGADE PCIE NVME M.2 W HS
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Description

SPECIFICATION

Interface

PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe

Capacities

1TB

Controller

Phison E18

NAND

3D TLC

Sequential Read/Write

1TB – 7,300/6,000MB/s

Random 4K Read/Write

1TB – up to 900,000/1,000,000 IOPS

Total Bytes Written (TBW)

1TB – 1.0PBW

Power Consumption

See details in the text

Storage Temperature

-40°C~85°C

Operating Temperature

0°C~70°C

Dimensions

Heat spreader:

80mm x 22mm x 2.21mm (500GB-1TB)

Heatsink:

80mm x 23.67mm x 10.5mm

Weight

See details in the text

Vibration Operating

2.17G Peak (7-800Hz)

Vibration Non-operating

20G Peak (20-1000Hz)

MTBF

2,000,000 hours

 

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