|Item model number||RVD400-M22280-1T|
|Item Weight||0.304 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.15 x 0.87 x 0.09 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.15 x 0.87 x 0.09 inches|
|Flash Memory Size||1 TB|
|Manufacturer||Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||May 24, 2016|
Toshiba OCZ RD400 Series Solid State Drive, PCIe NVMe M.2 1TB with MLC Flash (RVD400-M22280-1TB)
|Digital Storage Capacity||128 GB|
|Hardware Interface||PCIE x 4|
|Read Speed||2600 Megabytes Per Second|
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- Next Generation M.2 SSD Based on NVMe Protocol (PCIe, Gen. 3 x 4), Designed For Mobile, Desktop, and Workstation Applications
- Sequential Read: Up to 2,600 MB/s; Sequential Write: Up to 1,550 MB/s; Randon Read: Up to 210,000 4KiB IOPS; Random Write: Up to 130,000 4KiB IOPS
- NVMe Compliant- Say Good Bye To Legacy Storage Buses; PCI Express Gen. 3x 4- The PCIe Performance Surpass The SATA Bottleneck Once and For All
- M.2 2280 Compliant- Latest SSD Form Factor For Your Next Gen System Build; Low Power Mode- Requires Less Power When Drive Is In Standby Mode
- Custom Drivers- RD400 Utilizes Custom High Performance Drivers; Solo M.2 module; 5 Years Advanced Warranty Program
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Toshiba OCZ RD400
PCIe NVMe SSD
Introducing a new breed of enthusiast storage, the OCZ RD400 NVM Express M.2 solid state drive series, designed to propel high-end computing into a new realm of possibility. The OCZ RD400’s next generation NVMe interface provides a more responsive PC experience with shorter storage latency than that of today’s traditional hard disk drives and SATA SSDs. Along with high performance, the OCZ RD400 is designed for mobile, desktop, or workstation applications.
- Sequential Read/Write: Up to 2,600/1,600 MB/s
- Random Read/Write (4KiB): Up to 210,000/140,000 IOPS
- Endurance: Up to 592 TBW (Total Bytes Written)
- Capacities: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1024GB
- 5-Year Advanced Warranty Program*
- *For more information you can contact the official customer service or visit the official website
Toshiba OCZ RD400 Features:
TOSHIBA’s new OCZ RD400 SSD redefines high performance storage for enthusiasts and hardcore gamers that feel held back by commodity storage hardware. With over 200,000 IOPS @4KiB of random read performance at your beck and call, the OCZ RD400 will be your next high-end system.
Flexibility for the Future
If you want to harness the power of NVMe now but don’t want to upgrade your motherboard yet, the OCZ RD400 is available with an M.2 PCIe adaptor add-in-card. This option allows your investment to go the distance when you opt for an M.2 platform in the future.
SSD Utility SSD Management Software
The SSD Utility management software was designed to help your OCZ drive thrive and lets you be in control of maintenance, monitoring, SSD tuning, OS tuning and more!
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|Compatible Devices||Desktop||—||—||mac, windows||Desktop||This drive is compatible with servers and arrays that accept M.2 2280 PCIe drives|
|Data Transfer Rate||32 Gb per second||3500 Mb per second||3500 Mb per second||78 Gb per second||3430 Mb per second||3938 Mb per second|
|Device Type||Components Other||Solid State Drive, Solid State Drive||Solid State Drive, Solid State Drive||Internal Solid State Drive||—||Internal Solid State Drive|
|Digital Storage Capacity||128.0 GB||1 TB||1 TB||1 TB||1 TB||500 GB|
|Hardware Interface||PCIE x 4||PCI Express x4||Express Card||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||PCI||Solid State Drive|
|Hardware Platform||PC||PC||PC||PC, Mac||PC||—|
|Item Dimensions||3.15 x 0.87 x 0.09 inches||0.87 x 0.9 x 3.15 inches||3.15 x 0.87 x 0.14 inches||3.94 x 2.76 x 0.27 inches||0.87 x 3.15 x 0.09 inches||0.87 x 3.15 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Weight||0.30 ounces||1.92 ounces||0.28 ounces||3.04 ounces||0.27 ounces||1.92 ounces|
Introducing a new breed of enthusiast storage, the OCZ RD400 NVM Express M.2 Solid State Drive Series, designed to propel high end computing into a new realm of possibilities. The OCZ RD400 PCIe Gen3 x 4 outperforms SATA SSDs by over 4.5 times in sequential read (up to 2,600 MB/s), and over 3 times in sequential write performance (up to 1,600 MB/s) so your system won't be deprived of the storage bandwidth your data intensive workload requires. The OCZ RD400's next generation NVMe interface provides a more responsive PC experience and shorter storage latency than today's traditional hard disk drives and SATA SSDs. Game changing Storage: Toshiba's new OCZ RD400 SSD redefines high performance storage for enthusiasts and hardcore gamers that feel held back by commodity storage hardware. With over 200,000 IOPS at4KiB of random read performance at your back and call, the OCZ RD400 will be your next high end system. Get in the PCIE Express Lane: Why keep using an interface that was designed for hard disk drives? PCI Express revolutionizes flash storage for tomorrow's high speed computing age. The OCZ RD400 boosts bandwidth and puts your data in the fast lane leaving SATA SSDs in the dust. NVM Express: Utilizing NVMe technology, the OCZ RD400 reduces latency in your system's I/O path between the drive and your CPU, resulting in smooth and responsive performance. Good Things Come in Small Packages: The OCZ RD400's compact M.2 2280 form factor packs in high performance and up to 1024GB of storage capacity enabling high end desktop speeds to exist not only in your notebook, but directly on your motherboard without taking up a PCIe slot. Flexibility for the Future: If you want to harness the power of NVMe now but don't want to upgrade your motherboard yet, the OCZ RD400 is available with an M.2 PCIe adaptor add in card. This option allows your investment to go the distance when you opt for an M.2 platform in the future.
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- MLC NAND flash memory. It's much more durable for the intensive use, than Samsung V-NAND or Micron 3D NAND. In real life experience, I have number of Intel and OCZ MLC drives, which have petabytes of data written to them, and still working flawlessly. While 2 first Samsung EVO (TLC) drives are almost dead already.
- Faster than previos leader - Samsung 950 Pro, with exception of very rare (yet) new Samsung 960 Pro, which promise 3200/2000 MB/s R/W speeds :)
- Thermal control. 950 Pro may heat up to 105 degrees C, while this one starts thermal throttling at approx. 70 degrees.
- Single-sided 512 GB model is best for cooling, and best with performance.
- PCIe adapter for RD400 is overpriced, as it does not provide necessary cooling (provided small piece of thermal pad is just a joke). Highly recommended to use PCIe->M2 adapter with heatsink, like Sintech one (ASIN B00QZ0WMK0) or buy any chinese PCIe-NVMe adapter (cheap as dirt - 3-5$) and use DIY heatsink.
- Beware of on-board M2 sockets - to get maximum speed from the drive, these must be Gen.3 - 32Gbps (PCIe gen 3 x4). Some mobo vendors provides only 10Gbps M2 sockets, connected to PCH, rather than CPU's PCIe. Especially that true for systems, designed for CPUs with 16x PCIe lanes (all middle and low-end Intel Core CPUs). And even for Socket 2011 v3 CPUs, which are able to support up to 40 PCIe lanes, motherboard may not have all of them available via PCIe slots. I would always recommend to use E5-1600 series instead of Core i7 (better feature/price balance, capable for ECC RAM - critical for workstations).
- There is a better option now - Samsung 960 Pro, but... These are announced but I never seen it in shops. The only seller at Amazon have these "out of stock", so looks like there are some problems with first of these new ultra-fast V-NAND SSDs... Hope, not like with smartphones from same vendor ;)
Note that the device hardware supports 7 queues, so a 16-thread test will run a queue depth of approximately 2 and a 64-thread test will run a queue depth of approximately 8.
Write performance is what I would expect from a small M.2 NVMe device, around 200 MBytes/sec sequential, single thread, 64KB block size. The tests below are read tests.
Basically I like it, 5 stars but with the provisio above.
nvme3: <NVME-PCIe> mem 0xc7300000-0xc7303fff irq 40 at device 0.0 on pci4
nvme3: mapped 8 MSIX IRQs
nvme3: NVME Version 1.1 maxqe=65536 caps=000000302803ffff
nvme3: Model TOSHIBA-RD400 BaseSerial Z6TS10AUTPEV nscount=1
nvme3: Request 64/32 queues, Returns 7/7 queues, rw-sep map (7, 7)
nvme3: Interrupt Coalesce: 100uS / 4 qentries
nvme3: Disk nvme3 ns=1 blksize=512 lbacnt=500118192 cap=238GB serno=Z6TS10AUTPEV-1
randread /dev/nvme1s1b <blksize> 100 16
16 threads - TOSHIBA OCZ RD400 (16 GB area fill with uncompressable /dev/urandom data)
blksize aggregate bw
512 69 MBytes/sec (105 MB/s @ 64 threads)
1024 137 MBytes/sec (211 MB/s @ 64 threads)
2048 273 MBytes/sec (423 MB/s @ 64 threads)
4096 549 MBytes/sec (843 MB/s @ 64 threads)
8192 690 MBytes/sec (947 MB/s @ 64 threads)
16384 1056 MBytes/sec (1014 MB/s @ 64 threads)
32768 1332 MBytes/sec (1120 MB/s @ 64 threads)
65536 1320 MBytes/sec (1241 MB/s @ 64 threads)
131072 1482 MBytes/sec (1494 MB/s @ 64 threads)
262144 1459 MBytes/sec (1494 MB/s @ 64 threads)
I decided to dock the Toshiba one star because although it was a solid performer, I ran a full-on multi-threaded read test and the reported temperature of the Toshiba SSD went up to 81C. This is a read-test, mind you. The Toshiba should have throttled it, or flagged the temperature, and did not. Temperature regulation is important because hot flash chips result in early failures. None of the other NVMe devices under test got that hot (the Samsung 951 topped out at 76C, the 960 EVO stayed at a cool 62C, and the Intel 600P flagged auto-throttled at 75C - I don't recommend the Intel, by the way).
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Was it worth it? – No! Yes, it benchmarks like lightening and is 5 times faster than either my OCZ Vertex 4 or my Samsung Pro 850, but it doesn’t ‘feel’ any faster when I’m using the drive and that’s really the point – My steam folder is too large for this 500Gb drive, so unless I wanted to keep swapping my current favourite game from drive to drive to get faster loads, there’s really no point. Everyday programs like word, excel etc. load so fast there’s no tangible difference between the drives, but if you’re like me, you have to try it yourself to see. If you have a newer setup and are getting an SSD for the first time then you should get one, otherwise if you already have an SSD, which from a rotating hard drive, is like moving from a floppy drive to a hard drive (thinking back to my Amiga days), resist the urge. I don’t want to sound negative as this drive is good, it runs cool and I’ve had no thermal throttling issues (they include a thermal pad in the box) but I’m just a little disappointed that I didn’t see a huge jump in real-world performance.