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Best price for Intel SSD 320 in Singapore is S$ 245.60

You can buy the Intel SSD 320 at the lowest price of S$ 245.60 from Lazada. Alternatively, the Intel SSD 320 is also sold in Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 217.00 and Philippines at Lazada with the price of S$ 199.00. Pricing details were last updated at 18 April 2018, 18:12.

Intel SSD 320 Price by Country

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 643.80 SGD 217.00
Philippines PHP 7,921.00 SGD 199.00
Singapore SGD 245.60 SGD 246.00

Intel SSD 320 Specs

Intel SSD 320 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
Model320 600GB
DateJun 2011
SSD form factor2.5"
Colour of productSilver
Product familyLegacy consumer SSD
Product seriesIntel 320
Product codenamePostville Refresh
Solid-state drive interfaceSerial ATA II
Read speed270 MB/s
Write speed220 MB/s
Data transfer rate3 Gbit/s
Memory typeMLC
Seek time0.1 ms
Lithography25 nm
Random read (100% span)39500 IOPS
Random write (100% span)23000 IOPS
Latency (read)75 µs
Latency (write)90 µs
Security algorithms128-bit AES
S.M.A.R.T. support
TRIM support
Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER)1 sector per 1016
Enhanced Power Loss Data Protection technology
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1200000 h

Intel SSD 320 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2013-01-06
The first mSATA-based SSDs we reviewed wowed us with diminutive dimensions, but not as much with performance. Today's best efforts are a lot more like their desktop equivalents, though. We round up 10 models between 64 and 256 GB and nail down a winner. ...
Reviewed on 2012-02-28
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Reviewed on 2012-02-08
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Reviewed on 2012-02-01
Let's be honest. In the PC world, size matters. This is true not only for the height of ATX towers, but also for the thickness of ultrabooks. The size of one's SSD is important, too. In addition to defining how many applications, games, and data can enjoy...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-01
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Reviewed on 2011-11-23
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Reviewed on 2011-11-17
There has never been such a wide selection of solid state drives available on the market before from so many different manufacturers. This can make it confusing for some consumers, when it comes to deciding on a purchase. KitGuru spend a lot of time...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-13
This would be my second solid state disk. I finally got to the bottom of the occasional (but getting more frequent) problems with freezing that occurs a few seconds after resuming from sleep on my MacBook Pro. After a fresh installation of Mac OS X Lion a...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-19
Ever since I started reviewing PC components here at TR, my relationship with hardware has become increasingly promiscuous. The Ikea shelving unit that serves as my test rack plays host to an endless stream of new systems—at least one every week, and when...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-14
5 year warranty, Free SSD Migration software available from Intel's website, Supports TRIM, Nice looking, rugged metal caseReliability issues, Only average performance, No support for SATA 6 Gbps, High price
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Reviewed on 2011-09-25
The latest generation of SSDs is out in full force. Drives are widely available from a multitude of vendors, firmware issues have for the most part been resolved, and competition has driven prices dangerously close to dollar-per-gigabyte territory. If you...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-07
1.5-2x the performance of a single SSD 320, No surprisesPerformance still not impressive next to top-end single drives
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Reviewed on 2011-08-28
We'd heard a lot last year about how Intel's latest generation 24nm Flash memory would lead to a big shift in SSD price/performance. By being able to fit more memory onto a Flash chip, manufacturers would need fewer chips, which would drop the cost per...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-26
We've added more SSDs to our database and observed a number of significant price changes in the past month. As a result, this months...
Reviewed on 2011-07-04
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Reviewed on 2011-06-22
Increased security features. Inexpensive compared with other recent drives.Lacks support for 6Gbps SATA.
Intel plunged into the ocean of next-generation solid-state drives (SSDs) with its release of the SSD 510 Series ($584 list, 4 stars), which utilized Marvell controllers supporting 6Gbps SATA III technology and thus delivered much faster speeds than pr...
Reviewed on 2011-06-22
Most solid state drive (SSD) manufacturers make their drives with a standard set of capacities with the most popular being 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB. Intel is the exception to this rule, as they produce their SSDs in more varied capacities from 40 GB to...
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