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    A:It's a circuit within each Lite-ON "enterprise" solid state drives. In the event of an unsafe power failure, this circuit enables the drive to save all cached data before shutting down. Thus, reducing the loss of data.
  • Q: What is QLC SSD?
    A:QLC or quad-level cell is the latest in a line of NAND flash. It features a density of 4 bits per cell. QLC can hold more data in to a smaller area compared to TLC (3 bits per cell), MLC (2 bits per cell), and SLC (1 bit per cell).

  • Q: Does controller makes a difference?

    Yes, LiteON SSD is design with Marvell server class controller, one of the best in class in SSD technology. If FLASH memory is the heart on a SSD, controller is the brain of the SSD, it manage and handle all the processing, and data handling, ensuring speed and data reliability all the time.

  • Q: How reliable are FLASH memory?

    Flash memory comes in different grade and different quality, ensuring a long lasting investment in SSD will need to be guaranteed by the quality of the FLASH memory itself. LiteON SSD FLASH are made by Toshiba, it comes with a multi-year warranty, giving the end user a peace of mind in the SSD investment.

  • Q: I saw the price, I still can't afford it.

    The cost of SSD per GB have drop significantly over the last few months, if we are to look at the SSD cost alone, the price may still be expensive than the hard disk, but the total cost of ownership is less than what hard disk can provide. Power and energy saving, time save with the speed and performance of the SSD compare to hard disk, investment cost as SSD last as long as hard disk if not longer.

  • Q: What is TrueSpeed?

    TrueSpeed is a LiteON proprietary technology, that employs and Instant Restore algorithm, LiteON SSD regularly perform a garbage cleaning similar to TRIM, except this is done without user intervention, and are done in background process.

    True Speed not only clean the dirty drive for better performance with instant restore, but also manage the use and reuse of memory cell to prolong the life cycle of the SSD.
  • Q: What is dirty drive?

    Dirty drive is similar to fragmented hard disk drive, when a user use a new drive, the data are written in sequential manner, after prolong use with write and delete being perform over time, some of the cell in SSD (sector in hard disk) will contain deleted bits, SSD will retain is deleted bits and marked as garbage for block deletion later.

  • Q: Do I need to do TRIM regularly with LiteON SSD?

    No. LiteON SSD is design with Instant Restore, this is similar to TRIM command, except Instant Restore is perform in real time, user do not need to execute a TRIM command in order to remove the unwanted block of data.

  • Q: What is TRIM function?

    Trim command is an Operating System (OS) supported function, such as Windows 7, this function will inform the SSD controller which data blocks are no longer in use, and can be deleted.

  • Q: Does SSD write and read performance degrade over time?

    Yes. Once a new disk like hard disk or SSD is use, constant write, modify and deletion of files will result in a cluster or spread of data in the disk, in the traditional hard disk, fragmented disk occurs, in SSD, this is called dirty drive. When a dirty drive occurs, the write or read process takes longer due to the need to process the information in different cell, this is when the degradation occurs.

    With LiteON TrueSpeed SSD, the disk write and/or read are guaranteed to perform near or equal a new drive performance.

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