Netac N535N 960Gb NVMe SSD technical review

Posted on November 07, 2022 by Raymond Chen

Netac's N535N internal SSD works on PCIe M.2 3.0 x 4 expansion standard. Read below about this SSD on this site.

Netac N535N 960Gb NVMe SSD technical review

The N535N comes equipped with TLC flash memory. Internal SSD besides, available in three capacities, including 480 Gb, 240 Gb and 120 Gb.

Performance and benchmarks

SSD works on PCIe M.2 3.0 x 4 expansion standard with write speeds 1500 Mbps, and read speeds 2000 MB/s.

Endurance and warranty

Specs

Category Value
Capacity 960 Gb
Interface M.2 3.0 x 4
Controller n/a
Memory type TLC
DRAM n/a
Read speed (Mb/s) 2000
Write speed (Mb/s) 1500
Read IOPS n/a
Write IOPS n/a
Endurance (TBW) n/a
MTBF (million hours) n/a
Warranty (years) n/a

Conclusion

Netac N535N 960Gb support previous bus standard that is twice slower than PCIe 4.0. The write speed is 1500 Mbps, that is slower than has most of rivals. On balance, Netac N535N 960Gb has more minuses and our editor strongly do not recommend to spend money for it.

+ Pros

  • Capacity

- Cons

  • Slow writing speed
  • PCIe 3.0

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FAQ

The N535N 960Gb is DRAMless storage or data about it is not known. Dynamic Random-Access Memory in their controller help to improve endurance and IOPS.

The Netac N535N 960Gb due to the low density of memory chips able to function with no additional heat sinks. Some laptops or motherboards from the factory has additional cooling above or below the SSD for improving productivity during heavy loads.

The Netac N535N has maximum write speed 1500 Mbps, sequential read speed 2000 Mb per second. NVMe run on M.2 3.0 x 4 interface standard. The memory type is TLC.
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