"The HP SSD S700 500GB is designed and built to use only 5 mW of power when idle, with a maximum read/write power consumption at 1.13/1.38 W while providing a maximum sequential read/write of up to 560/515 MBps. With features that support TRIM, ECC, S.M.A.R.T and NCQ, the HP SSD S700 500GB is expected to provide reliable and low latency performance, probably well past the 3 year warranty period."
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