General InformationManufacturer: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
Option Part Number: 875490-B21
Spare Part Number: 875851-001
Assembly Number: 871627-002
Type: Hot-Swap Solid State Drive (SSD)
SSD Type: SATA 6GBPS
Technical InformationStorage Capacity: 480 GB
Form Factor: M.2 2280
NAND Flash Memory Type: Triple-Level Cell (TLC)
Plug Type: Hot Pluggable
Workload Type: Mixed Use
Features: Digitally Signed Firmware (DS)
Platform Supported: HPE ProLiant Rack/Tower/Blade System Servers/Synergy
PerformanceLife Time Writes: 1300
Endurance DWPD (Drive Writes Per Day): 1.5
Drive Transfer Rate: 6 GBPS(External)
MAX Seq. Reads Throughput (MiB/s): 500
MAX Seq. Writes Throughput (MiB/s): 400
Random Read Average Latency uSec (4KiB,Q1): 130
Random Write Average Latency uSec (4KiB,Q1): 40
Random Read IOPS (4KiB, Q=16): 60000
Random Write IOPS (4KiB, Q=16): 34000
MAX Random Read IOPS (4KiB): 68000@Q32
MAX Random Write IOPS (4KiB): 34000@Q4
Dimensions & Weight
Height: 0.63 Inch
Width: 3.10 Inch
Depth: 5.45 Inch
Weight: 1.50 Lbs
Power ConsumptionIdle Time: 1.07 Watt
Random Read: 3.02 Watt
Random Write: 3.02 Watt
Sequential Read: 3.42 Watt
Sequential Write: 4.03 Watt
Random Read/Write: 3.00 Watt
Maximum: 5.00 Watt
Compatibility InformationHPE ProLiant BL Series: BL460C Gen10
HPE ProLiant DL Series: DL180 Gen10 SMB, DL180 Gen9, DL180 Gen9 Base, DL180 Gen9 Entry, DL180 Gen9 Storage, DL20 Gen10, DL20 Gen10 Entry, DL20 Gen10 Performance, DL20 Gen10 solution, DL20 Gen9, DL20 Gen9 Base, DL20 Gen9 Entry, DL20 Gen9 Performance, DL20 Gen9 Special Server, DL325 Gen10 Base, DL325 Gen10 Plus, DL325 Gen10 Solution, DL360 Gen10 Base, DL360 Gen10 Entry, DL360 Gen10 High Performance, DL360 Gen10 Performance, DL360 Gen10 Remote Office Branch Office Server for Cohesity DataPlatform, DL380 Gen10 Base, DL380 Gen10 Entry, DL380 Gen10 Entry SMB, DL380 Gen10 for Cohesity DataPlatform, DL380 Gen10 High Performance, DL380 Gen10 Network Choice, DL380 Gen10 Performance, DL380 Gen10 SMB, DL380 Gen10 Solution, DL388 Gen9, DL388 Gen9 Base, DL580 Gen10, DL580 Gen10 Base, DL580 Gen10 Entry, DL580 Gen10 Performance
HPE ProLiant ML Series: ML30 Gen9 Entry, ML30 Gen9 Solution, ML350 Gen10, ML350 Gen10 Base, ML350 Gen10 Entry, ML350 Gen10 High Performance, ML350 Gen10 Performance, ML350 Gen10 SMB, ML350 Gen10 Solution, ML350 Gen10 Special Server, ML350 Gen10 Sub-Entry, ML350 Gen9, ML350 Gen9 Base, ML350 Gen9 Entry, ML350 Gen9 Performance, XL2x260w
HPE Synergy Series: 480 Gen10 Base Compute Module, 480 Gen10 Entry Compute Module, 480 Gen10 Performance Compute Module, 480 Gen10 Premium Backplane Compute Module, 480 Gen10 Standard BackPlane Compute Module, 480 Gen10 w/o Drives Compute Module, 660 Gen10 Base Compute Module, 660 Gen10 Compute Module, 660 Gen10 Entry Compute Module, 660 Gen10 Performance Compute Module, 660 Gen10 Premium Compute Module
About New Bulk Pack Products
SATA 6GB/S SSD (Solid State Drive)
When high-end computer or server hardware comes into the picture, it is always a great idea to push the performance bar higher. Until users begin to use devices that are faster than conventional disks, then some benchmark grades would be significantly hampered. This is where SATA drives come into the picture.
SATA drives remain the most commonly used storage devices in mid-range PCs and desktop computers. They are compatible with several computer motherboards and operating systems. As such, they are one of the best storage solutions available. SATA drives are also typically used in popular gaming consoles.
They offer impressive storage capacity and excellent transmission speed. Now, the magic of SSDs is in the dazzling amount of data they send through SATA ports. Not only do they do that, but the solid-state technology allows them to respond to storage requirements efficiently. They do this with the fastest of speeds.
Their response time is incredible, allowing users across different levels to enjoy their use. The evolution of SSDs has seen them have much faster transfer rates. In addition to offering faster response times, these drives can almost saturate the entirety of a SATA port.
SATA 6GB/S Benefits
Users wonder about the need for or the benefits of adopting the SATA 6GB/S technology. This may result from hard drives current inability to fill the SATA 3.0 pipe at the 6GB/S speeds. However, SATA III ports now support bandwidths that are up to 6GBPs. There are several benefits to gain from using solid-state drives with a SATA 6GB S interface.
SATA 6GB S SSD Improved Performance
Users should expect improved performances and cache-efficient desktop applications. This interface would ensure that operations such as graphics design, video editing, and gaming become a lot faster. Compatible solid-state drives will reach faster sequential read-write speed rates. That way, users will see improved user experience and productivity, regardless of the activity they perform.
Compatibility SSD SATA 6.0 GB S
Another great advantage of these drives is that they work well with older components. They are backward compatible with SATA II and SATA I interfaces. Therefore, users do not need to change their old PCs or desktop computers before using these drives.
Improved Space Management
When compared to the PATA connectors, SATA drives are much smaller. This allows them to adapt to even the smallest PC cases, enabling better airflow among components. The SATA 6GBPS drives are suitable for connecting SSDs and optical drives to a motherboard. They do this without taking much space, thanks to the flat designs.
Bigger Cache Memories SATA 6.0 gb s
Renowned disk drive vendors are now equipping these drives with bigger and faster cache memories. This way, any application in use can predict what data a user is likely to need next. With this, they help to increase data transfer rates of SATA 6GBPS SSD with smart fetching and caching algorithms. The technology ensures no delay in retrieving information that has been pre-fetched and stored in the cache.
The Ultimate Performance Booster
Incremental investment in SATA 6GB/S drives can yield incredible improvement in performance. They have been amplified for higher capacities to be the mainstream high-performance devices.