You can read today the SSD RECADATA SATA M.2 disk review in its 120 GB version and in M.2 2280 format, a SSD from a fairly widespread Chinese brand that we have already analyzed in other of its products. This version is in M.2 format and has a capacity of 120 GB, as we can see the memory is Intel 3D TLC with what has the maximum guarantees throughout. Without further ado let’s see how this new Chinese SSD works in our Review.
|Model||RECADATA SATA M.2 (RD-S380ECN-N1205)|
|Type of Memory||Intel 3D TLC|
|Dimensions||0.78 x 3.15 inches|
The SSD RECADATA SATA M.2 disk comes to us only protected by a generic plastic and a strip of bubble wrap inside a padded envelope, enough for this type of product in general.
The size of the RECORDATA SATA M.2 2280 disk in this case has the standard measurements of 20 x 80 mm and as you can see it does not have any type of box, which is common in this type of SSD. On the upper side we have all the circuitry, on the one hand the controller AS2258 and on the opposite end near the fixing area of the screw the Intel 3D TLC memory.
On the opposite side we do not have any element since the long upper face is used to simplify the assembly.
We check the data of the RECADATA SATA M.2 SSD with the CrystalDiskInfo Software where we can see and contrast the specifications of this SSD SATA III. The data is correct and matches the advertised, we have 120 GB capacity and SATA / 600 interface with support SMART, NCQ and TRIM.
We perform this classic test in the RECADATA SATA M.2 where we can see the reading level maintains the values in front of a Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB. At the level of sequential reading and writing, it has excellent results, in section 4K it is where it most floats but in general they are good data.
|RECADATA SATA M.2||Samsung EVO 850 SATA 250GB|
Anvil’s Storage Utilities
With this test we have identical results with the RECADATA SATA M.2 and we observe that in reading it has correct results compared to the Samsung 850 EVO of 250GB, this M.2 SSD gives good results for the price it has.
AS SSD Benchmark
In the RECADATA SATA M.2 we passed the test AS SSD Benchmark that gives similar results to the previous tests where it is clear that the performance of this SSD is good in front of a Samsung 850 EVO 250GB.
|RECADATA SATA M.2||SAMSUNG EVO 850 SATA 250GB|
In this benchmark you can see how the RECADATA SATA M.2 works against others SSD models that are now popular in the market. The values are very good in sequential writing and are well above many brands even western, in section 4K is where we have somewhat lower values.
- Read/Write SEQ
These data refer to the processes we do when copying a specific file continuously, for example when copying or writing a large file such as movies or ISO discs. This value defines the continuous transfer rate, which is important for storage units.
- Read/Write 4K
This data refers to the random accesses that the disk makes to files of size 4K. This data is significant because it defines for example how the OS can read system files or accessing small files, an important information to feel the system more fast.
Once we have passed all the tests to the SSD RECADATA SATA M.2 we have to say that this is a very interesting product for the price, we have been surprised by the sequential speed in writing that leaves it in a good place comparing it with his competition in the sector. A good economic M.2 disk if we want to expand a mini PC or a laptop with little internal memory in a simple way, compared to other models has a pretty good performance figures and leaves much behind any integrated eMMC 5.1 memory that can mount our device . In general an interesting product if we get it at a good price.
- You can compare this disk with other models of cheap SSD discs at Amazon.com or Newegg.com
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