Samsung 470 Series MZ-5PA064 64GB SSD Firmware 1.0

Date: May 5, 2011
File Size: 447 KB
OS Support: Windows XP/Vista/7
Downloads: 158

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Extremely Fast Performance

Spend more time doing and less time waiting. Samsung Solid State Drives access data a lot faster than standard hard drives. This means less time for a computer to boot up or programs to launch. Data is available much quicker and overall response time is significantly improved. Samsung 64 GB SSD drives have industry-leading performance of up to 250MB/sec sequential read speed and 170MB/sec sequential write speed which leads to computers booting up in as little as 15 seconds and programs opening up in seconds.

Distinctive Brushed Metal Design

Samsungís Solid State Drive design has a look to match its performance. The sturdy brushed metal hard shell case protects from shock, dust and corrosion. Since there are no moving parts inside the drive, there is a greater reliability to protect data. And with a light 2.4oz weight, it makes laptops lighter to carry.

Outstanding Efficiency

A Samsung SSD drive has no moving parts so it uses two-thirds less power than a typical hard drive. This adds an average of 30 minutes to a laptopís battery or decreases the amount of electricity needed to run a hard drive on a desktop computer.

What's New:

  • Firmware File (Firmware) (ver.AXM09B1Q)

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