Netac N580 m.2 SSD review Antonis Sapanidis .

Today I’ll be taking a quick look on the Netac N580 m.2 SSD, to find out more about its performance continue reading this review.

Today I’ll be taking a quick look on the Netac N580 m.2 SSD, to find out more about its performance continue reading this review.

Netac N580 m.2 SSD review

Posted 06 November 2016 18:48 CET by Antonis Sapanidis

 

Review: Netac N580N

Reviewed by: Antonis Sapanidis

Provided by: Netac

Model: Netac N580N 240GB m.2 SSD

Firmware version: SAFM12.2

 

 

 

SATA SSDs are very common these days, but one other form factor that is starting to gain popularity is m.2, and this has mainly to do with NVMe drives. However, there are a lot of SATA m.2 drives that might not bring a huge speed improvement, but they do offer SATA3 speeds in very small form factor and they don't need any extra cables.

This time I am taking a look at the Netac N580N m.2 240GB SSD which was kindly provided by Netac, but before I move forward with the review you might want to check the Netac website, by clicking here.

So let's start this review by taking a look at the packaging and contents of the Netac N580N M.2 SSD, before moving on to some testing.

The Netac N580N 240GB m.2 SSD

As always I will start by taking a look at the package and the contents that are included with the Netac N580N m.2 SSD. We'll start with the package.

The front of the box. And the look is identical to the Netac N550S SSD that I tested previously.

The same applies to the back, when it comes to the design, but in the small white box we are informed about the model number and the fact that this is a 2280 m.2 SSD. Inside the box we also found a very small manual and two screws.

The front side of the Netac N580N 240GB m.2 SSD.

And the rear side of the Netac SSD.

Specifications of the Netac N580N 240GB m.2 SSD

Looking at the specifications of the N580 m.2 SSD reveals that its available in two sizes, 120GB, and 240GB, also that that its only available as 2280, and there is a three-year warranty for the drive. I would have loved to see them update their specifications sheets and give more info about the read and write speed of the drive.

CrystalDiskInfo

In the above screenshot we can see all the available info for the Netac N580N 240GB SSD. Looking at the firmware we can see that under the cover there should be a Phison controller.

 

Let’s head to the next page where we take a look at our testing methods and the review PC.

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