240GB HAWK SSD Drive, Solid State Drives


Strontium HAWK Solid State Drive is the ultimate solution in taking your computer system to the next level. Equipped with 19nm Multi-Level Cell (MLC) NAND Flash for fast performance, our SSD ensures outstanding sequential read/write speeds and is powered by a backwards-compatible with SATA Revision 3.1 (6Gb/s) interface.


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Technical Specs

  • SSD Form Factor: 2.5” for portable computer need
  • 19nm MLC NAND Flash for Fast Performance
  • Connector: 2.5” Standard SATA
  • MLC NAND Flash for Fast Performance
  • Sequential Performance (256KB, MAX)
           Read: 534 MB/s (MAX)
           Write: 482 MB/s (MAX)
  • Random Performance (4KB, MAX):
           Read: 90,000 IOPS
           Write: 35,000 IOPS
  • Product Part Number : SRSSDHK-25T/240GIII
  • Supports SATA I/ II/ III Interface
  • TRIM support (O/S support required)
  • High Compatibility with MBP series
  • Mean Time Between Failure (MBTF): 1.5M
  • Bit Error Rate (BER): 1 error in 1015 bits transferred
  • Power Consumption
           Active: 0.82W (Typ.)
           Idle: 0.26W (Typ.)
  • Voltage: 5.0V±5%
  • Temperature Range Operating, (Storage): 0°C to 70°C (-55°C to 95°C)
  • Three year Strontium warranty
  • Available Capacities: 120GB and 240GB
  • Dimension : 100 x 69.85 x 7 mm
  • Weight: Nearly 52g


  • Speed up your computer in your home office
  • Increase your computer storage space for your work files
  • Work on your videos and photos with higher speed and reliability
  • Expand your computer storage capacity for your editing softwares
  • Experience zero lag when running multiple audio applications
  • Heighten your gaming experience with shorter boot times and  extra responsiveness


Product Information

Outstanding Performance Award       -  Computer DIY Magazine


Design Innovation Award              - Xfastest.com


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