Toshiba THNSNJ960PCSZ 960GB Enterprise SSD Review JReynolds .

In this review we test the Toshiba THNSNJ960PCSZ 960GB SATA Enterprise SSD, which is designed to meet the needs of the read intensive, mixed workload, low power market segment and therefore competes with the Samsung 845 EVO, the Intel DC S3500, and the Sandisk Cloudspeed 1000E . This review also includes a sneak preview of the power testing we will soon be adding to our enterprise reviews.

In this review we test the Toshiba THNSNJ960PCSZ 960GB SATA Enterprise SSD, which is designed to meet the needs of the read intensive, mixed workload, low power market segment and therefore competes with the Samsung 845 EVO, the Intel DC S3500, and the Sandisk Cloudspeed 1000E . This review also includes a sneak preview of the power testing we will soon be adding to our enterprise reviews.

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Toshiba THNSNJ960PCSZ 960GB Enterprise SSD Review

Posted 16 February 2015 16:42 CET by Jeremy Reynolds

 

 

Review: Toshiba THNSNJ960GPSZ

Reviewed by: J.Reynolds

Provided by: Toshiba

Firmware version: JZET6102

 

 

Introduction

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba THNSNJ960PCSZ 960GB SATA Enterprise SSD (hereafter referred to as the THNSNJ960PCSZ).

The THNSNJ960PCSZ is designed to meet the needs of the read intensive, mixed workload, low power market segment. In this segment its competitors include the Samsung 845 EVO, the Intel DC S3500, and the Sandisk Cloudspeed 1000E – tough competition indeed. Please read on to find out how Toshiba’s offering, with its second generation 19nm NAND, fairs.

This review also includes a sneak preview of the power testing we will soon be adding to our enterprise reviews.

Market Positioning and Specification

Market Positioning

This is how Toshiba positions the THNSNJxxxPCSZ (also known as HK3R2) series of drives –

 

Specification

Here is Toshiba’s specification for the THNSNJxxxPCSZ series –

 

Product Image

Here are some pictures of the THNSNJ960PCSZ –

The THNSNJxxxPCSZ series uses a proprietary Toshiba controller. 


Now let’s head to the next page, to look at Myce’s Enterprise Testing Methodology…..