A couple of months ago, we reviewed the KLEVV CRAS C910 M.2 SSD, which wasn’t lightning-fast but combines unique features and still offered good performance. In this review, we will present the CRAS C910 Lite SSD – a wallet-friendly option with QLC NAND, but offers good performance and additional advantages, which I’m about to tell you in the article.
The tested SSD has a 2TB capacity and is rated at up to 5000MB/s sequential bandwidth, but it is also rich in features for gamers, professionals, and content creators.
After a long list of specifications and features, I will show you what performance you can expect from the CRAS C910 Lite SSD.
- Intelligent SLC Caching Technology
Improves read/write performance and durability with intelligent SLC caching algorithm
- Advanced Thermal Throttling Algorithm
Self-regulated heat management to ensure stable performance, even after prolonged usage
- S.M.A.R.T. for Condition Monitoring
S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology), a fault detection system to improve stability
- Innovative Technology for Data Protection & Performance Boosting
Enhancing your system with End-to-End Data Protection, CRC Parity and SRAM error detection to effectively reduce the risk of data corruption
- LDPC ECC & Global Wear Leveling
Corrects errors, reduces premature wear, and extends the overall lifespan of the SSD
- Secure AES 256-bit Encryption
AES 256-bit encryption provides an advanced level of data protection making it the most secure way to protect your data
Curently, there’s no MSRP price in USD just yet … so you might want to check out your local retailer for the latest pricing. You can buy something similar (2TB NVME SSD) with prices ranging from USD $100 – $150 from Amazon – https://tinyurl.com/25z27u8c
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