|Interface||SATA 3.0 6Gb/s||SATA 3.0 6Gb/s||SATA 3.0 6Gb/s||SATA 3.0 6Gb/s||SATA 3.0 6Gb/s|
|NAND||3D TLC||3D TLC||3D TLC||3D TLC||3D TLC|
|Encryption||XTS-AES 256-bit||XTS-AES 256-bit||XTS-AES 256-bit||XTS-AES 256-bit||XTS-AES 256-bit|
|4k Read/Write||99,000/17,000 IOPS||98,000/26,000 IOPS||99,000/28,000||99,000/26,000||99,000/19,000|
|582 TBW |
|2,823 TBW |
|Power Consumption||Idle: 1.05W|
Avg Read: 1.25W
Avg Write: 3.03W
Max Read: 1.25W
Max Write: 4W
Avg Read: 1.3W
Avg Write: 3.18W
Max Read: 1.3W
Max Write: 4.25W
Avg Read: 1.42W
Avg Write: 3.44W
Max Read: 1.42W
Max Write: 4.5W
Avg Read: 1.48W
Avg Write: 3.93W
Max Read: 1.48W
Max Write: 5.5W
Avg Read: 1.5W
Avg Write: 4W
Max Read: 1.5W
Max Write: 5.5W
|MTBF||2M hours||2M hours||2M hours||2M hours||2M hours|
|Warranty||5-year warranty||5-year warranty||5-year warranty||5-year warranty||5-year warranty|
The Kingston Data Center 450R (or DC450R) is a 6 Gbit/s SATA SSD with 3D TLC NAND. As such, it is designed for read-intensive applications and workloads. Kingston specifically highlights the DC450R’s IO speeds and predictable latency, which is a key requirement for data center SSDs.
Available capacities are 480 GB, 960 GB, 1.92 TB, and 3.84 TB.
Kingston has equipped the DC450R with a range of features intended to lower the total cost of ownership, taking into account the overall workload. With 3D TLC NAND, it is especially suited for read-intensive tasks, meaning that businesses save their more expensive SSD disks for write-intensive tasks.
Although the DC450R uses the SATA 6 Gbps interface, it offers high I/O speeds and low latency suited for worker programs as well as the downstream user interface. Overprovisioning can be customized by system builders.
The manufacturer underlines that the disk is ideally suited for a wide range of software-defined storage architectures, content delivery networks (CDNs), and edge computing applications. Thus it should provide cloud service providers and other system builders with an affordable, trustworthy and reasonably fast SSD.
- Content Delivery Networks (CDN)
- Edge computing
- Cloud Service Providers
- SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
- Other read-intensive workloads