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HP 240 GB Internal Solid State Drive
Part number: E9Q51AA Manufacturer: HP Inc.
HP 240 GB Internal Solid State Drive - SATA - 520 MBps Maximum Read Transfer Rate - 450 MBps Maximum Write Transfer Rate - 85IOPS Random 4KB Read - 30IOPS Random 4KB Write
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    General Information
    Manufacturer
    Hewlett-Packard
    Manufacturer Part Number
    E9Q51AA
    Manufacturer Website
    http://www.hp.com
    http://www.hp.com/ca
    Brand Name
    HP
    Product Name
    Seagate 600 Pro 240GB SATA SSD
    Marketing Information
    Solid State Drives (SSDs) are fast becoming a real force with respect to storage in the computer industry. With no moving parts, storage is no longer bound by mechanical barriers to higher performance. HP SSDs for workstations offer overall performance typically beyond that of SAS 15k rpm HDDs (Hard Disk Drives).

    SSDs should be considered for workstations with HDD bound workloads. For applications where 15k rpm HDDs deliver a performance improvement over standard SATA HDDs, an HP SSD will likely deliver even better performance.

    The Solid State Drives measure Access Time in microseconds (65 to 85) as opposed to the best HDDs (15k rpm) being measured in milliseconds (~6ms); the SSD is about 70 times faster. In addition, the extremely high average sustained read performance (up to 270MB/s) is considerably higher than the average sustained read performance of 15k rpm HDDs available today (150MB/s to 205MB/s*). The result is a much higher performance potential. Random IOPs (I/O OPerations per second) are in a class of their own, up to 20X faster than 15k rpm HDDs. This obviously helps with database operations but it also helps with OS and application performance. Users experience faster boot times, faster application loading and snappier system response.

    SSDs help lower the acoustical emissions of the workstation. No moving parts means SSDs inherently have no acoustical emissions.
    Furthermore, they consume much less power than Workstation class HDDs so less air is needed for cooling. The result is lower system fan speeds and therefore, lower acoustics.

    SSDs tend to be more rugged than hard drives with respect to shock and vibration because SSDs have no moving parts.
    Product Type
    Solid State Drive
    Technical Information
    Storage Capacity
    240 GB
    Drive Performance
    Maximum Read Transfer Rate
    520 MBps
    Maximum Write Transfer Rate
    450 MBps
    Maximum External Data Transfer Rate
    768 MBps (6 Gbps)
    Maximum Internal Data Transfer Rate
    600 MBps (4.7 Gbps)
    Network & Communication
    Wi-Fi
    No
    Interfaces/Ports
    Drive Interface
    SATA
    Drive Interface Standard
    SATA/600
    Network (RJ-45)
    No
    Physical Characteristics
    Drive Type
    Internal
    Height
    0.3"
    7.1 mm
    Width
    2.8"
    70.1 mm
    Drive Performance
    Maximum External Data Transfer Rate
    768 MB/s (6 Gbit/s)
    Maximum Internal Data Transfer Rate
    600 MB/s (4.7 Gbit/s)
    Maximum Read Transfer Rate
    520 MB/s
    Maximum Write Transfer Rate
    450 MB/s
    Random 4KB Read
    85IOPS
    Random 4KB Write
    30IOPS
    General Information
    Manufacturer
    HP Inc.
    Manufacturer Part Number
    E9Q51AA
    Manufacturer Website Address
    http://www.hp.com
    Brand Name
    HP
    Product Name
    Seagate 600 Pro 240GB SATA SSD
    Marketing Information
    Solid State Drives (SSDs) are fast becoming a real force with respect to storage in the computer industry. With no moving parts, storage is no longer bound by mechanical barriers to higher performance. HP SSDs for workstations offer overall performance typically beyond that of SAS 15k rpm HDDs (Hard Disk Drives).

    SSDs should be considered for workstations with HDD bound workloads. For applications where 15k rpm HDDs deliver a performance improvement over standard SATA HDDs, an HP SSD will likely deliver even better performance.

    The Solid State Drives measure Access Time in microseconds (65 to 85) as opposed to the best HDDs (15k rpm) being measured in milliseconds (~6ms); the SSD is about 70 times faster. In addition, the extremely high average sustained read performance (up to 270MB/s) is considerably higher than the average sustained read performance of 15k rpm HDDs available today (150MB/s to 205MB/s*). The result is a much higher performance potential. Random IOPs (I/O OPerations per second) are in a class of their own, up to 20X faster than 15k rpm HDDs. This obviously helps with database operations but it also helps with OS and application performance. Users experience faster boot times, faster application loading and snappier system response.

    SSDs help lower the acoustical emissions of the workstation. No moving parts means SSDs inherently have no acoustical emissions.
    Furthermore, they consume much less power than Workstation class HDDs so less air is needed for cooling. The result is lower system fan speeds and therefore, lower acoustics.

    SSDs tend to be more rugged than hard drives with respect to shock and vibration because SSDs have no moving parts.
    Product Type
    Solid State Drive
    Technical Information
    Storage Capacity
    240 GB
    Platform Supported
    PC
    Features
    Multi-level Cell Flash
    Power Loss Data Protection
    End-to-end Data Protection
    TRIM Command
    Network & Communication
    Wireless LAN
    No
    Interfaces/Ports
    Drive Interface
    SATA
    Drive Interface Standard
    SATA/600
    Network (RJ-45)
    No
    Physical Characteristics
    Drive Type
    Internal
    Height
    0.3"
    Width
    2.8"
    Miscellaneous
    System Requirements
    Microsoft Windows 7
    Compatibility
    HP Z-Workstation
    Device Supported
    Workstation
    Unavailable
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