Micron 2450 1Tb NVMe SSD specifications
Micron's 2450 use PCIe M.2 4.0 x 4 interface. Detailed characteristics of this NVMe on our page.
The 2450 comes equipped with Micron 3D TLC memory. SSD also available in 256 Gb and 512 Gb capacities. Despite the fact that this Micron SSD is a PCIe 4.0-enabled drive, it does not claim to compete with high-performance SSDs. This is a bufferless SSD, which is positioned as a slightly better option compared to existing budget NVMe SSDs, which have so far been focused on working in a PCIe 3.0 environment. In other words, its main rivals are WD Blue SN550 and Samsung 980 class solutions.
Performance and benchmarks
NVMe SSD use PCIe M.2 4.0 x 4 bus. NVMe SSD use PCIe M.2 4.0 x 4 bus. On the front there is a sticker indicating the amount of memory, and we can also see the Phison PS5019-E19-35 controller. This is a single-core quad-channel controller manufactured using a 28nm process technology. Its advantages include support for 96-layer 3D NAND flash memory and the presence of a fourth-generation LDPC ECC mechanism.
Endurance and warranty
Micron provide three years of warranty limited by 400 terabytes, written to storage.
|Interface||M.2 4.0 x 4|
|Memory type||Micron 3D TLC|
|Read speed (Mb/s)||3600|
|Write speed (Mb/s)||3000|
|MTBF (million hours)||n/a|
The 2450 (1Tb) produced by Micron use PCIe 4.0 that is significantly faster than previous bus standard. Also, the Micron 2450 SSD will be a budget option for those who want to upgrade to PCIe 4.0 support without breaking the bank. Sure, it doesn't offer the same brilliant speeds as some of the more expensive options on the market, but it's capable of delivering a significant performance boost over previous generation drives. And that makes it a great choice for consumers on a budget.
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