Neutron Series and Neutron Series GTX use a new advanced Link_A_Media Devices (LAMD) SATA 3 6Gb/s SSD controller for outstanding solid-state storage performance. Neutron Series SSDs give you strong overall storage performance without the tradeoffs inherent with some other drives, and our flagship Neutron Series GTX goes one better with incredibly fast sequential write speeds. If your data-intensive work demands superior real-world performance, there's a Neutron Series SSD that meets your needs.
Neutron Series SSDs
Neutron Series SSDs deliver both super-high IOPs — important for data-intensive tasks like video and image editing — as well as superior sequential read speeds for lighting fast file access. They offer impressive read speed regardless of data type, avoiding the issues that some SSDs have with reading compressed data, such as video files.
It's performance that goes beyond benchmark scores, and speed you can count on no matter what type of work you do on your PC.
Neutron Series GTX SSDs
The extreme performance Neutron Series GTX uses toggle NAND flash memory for super-high speeds, and advanced signal processing technology for excellent drive lifespan. Neutron Series GTX is designed to support complex data-intensive work that involves accessing multiple files simultaneously — video production, large-scale graphics editing, or running multiple office applications at once.
Neutron GTX's flagship credentials also include super-fast sequential write speeds for both compressed and non-compressible data. Saving large videos and images happens so quickly, the first time it happens, you might have trouble believing that it's really working!
Broad PC and Notebook Compatibility
Neutron Series and Neutron Series GTX SSDs follow the universal 2.5" standard, and easily mount in desktop PCs with 2.5" drive bays. Or, mount it in a hard drive bay using the included 3.5"adapter.
The 7mm height fits both standard notebooks as well as the latest generation of slim notebook designs. If you're considering upgrading your notebook to something slimmer, your Neutron can move with it.
Neutron Series SSD Performance Charts