Wednesday, July 17th 2019

Patriot Launches P200 Series SATA SSDs

PATRIOT, a global leader in performance memory, SSDs, gaming peripherals, and flash storage solutions, is proud to announce the launch of their P200 series 2.5" internal SATA III 6 Gbps solid state drive (SSD) today. The P200 series comes equipped with best-quality NAND and components that have passed a strict quality control process. This process ensures more storage capacities, faster Read and Write speeds, and better reliability. The P200 series is available in capacities ranging up to 2 TB meeting current market demands for more storage options. Featuring the latest SMI 2258XT series controller (256-1 TB with 2258XT, 2 TB with Maxio controller), Patriot's P200 achieves speedy transfer speeds of up to 530 MB/s Read, and 460 MB/s Write, improving your system's performance.

With its low profile and compact design, P200's 7 mm thickness will fit into any system seamlessly while reserving extra space on the motherboard trays for better air circulation and cable management. The P200 series is a win-win solution for system builders planning to build a mini PC or tower-style gaming system.
Patriot's P200 series is not only a high-performance SSD with huge capacities, but it is also a smart device. Laptop users often use "standby mode" to avoid waiting for their laptop to reboot. This process saves time, but comes at the expense of the battery life. The P200 is designed to prevent battery loss in lower power states by reducing power entirely to the SATA interface when the drive is not in use. The P200 is equipped with a built-in temperature sensor to detect excessive heat to protect the drive from overheating.

Enhance your computer's performance, application, and gaming response time with Patriot's P200 series SSD. Backed by the limited warranty, Patriot's P200 series delivers one of the most reliable and price-to-performance SSD's on the market. Available now in capacities up to 2 TB.
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9 Comments on Patriot Launches P200 Series SATA SSDs

#1
bug
TLC? QLC? Price?
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#2
Static~Charge
I can't find any mention of the NAND type but it's likely TLC, comes with a 3-year warranty.

MSRP (U.S. dollars)
256GB - $34.99
512GB - $57.99
1TB - $110.99
2TB - $239.99
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#3
bonehead123
Static~Charge, post: 4082619, member: 61342"
I can't find any mention of the NAND type but it's likely TLC, comes with a 3-year warranty.

MSRP (U.S. dollars) 2TB - $239.99
HAHAHAHA...... I just got 2x Crucial's 2TB units for less than that, with better performance, a 5 yr warranty, AND,

wait for it...
wait for it.......

1 day shipping, all courtesy of Prime day :clap: :respect: :roll:
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#4
ObiFrost
bonehead123, post: 4082630, member: 139670"
HAHAHAHA...... I just got 2x Crucial's 2TB units for less than that, with better performance, a 5 yr warranty, AND,

wait for it...
wait for it.......

1 day shipping, all courtesy of Prime day :clap: :respect: :roll:
Yeah, while competition towards dragging down 2 TB prices is great, with already respectively low NAND prices such release is kind of pointless. Not welp though due to Canada, EU prices are still the same for NAND like they were an year ago.
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#5
shovenose
Haha I had a Patriot SSD once. It died after a week. Never again!
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#6
bug
bonehead123, post: 4082630, member: 139670"
HAHAHAHA...... I just got 2x Crucial's 2TB units for less than that, with better performance, a 5 yr warranty, AND,

wait for it...
wait for it.......

1 day shipping, all courtesy of Prime day :clap: :respect: :roll:
Man, I so could have used one of those to get rid of my last HDD. I hate you :P
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#7
Mr.Scott
shovenose, post: 4082728, member: 127759"
Haha I had a Patriot SSD once. It died after a week. Never again!
I have 2 review sample Patriot Inferno's that are still running in my daily machines. Those are 2010's my friend, almost 10 years of daily use.
EDIT- come to think of it, I still have 2 of the original Torx's that I still bench off of. They're even older.
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#8
ObiFrost
Mr.Scott, post: 4082817, member: 127188"
I have 2 review sample Patriot Inferno's that are still running in my daily machines. Those are 2010's my friend, almost 10 years of daily use.
EDIT- come to think of it, I still have 2 of the original Torx's that I still bench off of. They're even older.
Seems like majority of enthusiasts can't comprehend the definition of 3 words that perfectly describe each single one consumer using different piece of any equipment - "your mileage may vary". Inconsistent batches usually is the reason why lowier tier of anything is dreaded and sent by whiners to mislead others to purchase only "top tier" stuff when even those tend to fail lol (hence my RMA'd 970 Pro).
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#9
bonehead123
bug, post: 4082767, member: 157434"
Man, I so could have used one of those to get rid of my last HDD. I hate you :p
No worries, I have a feeling they will go back on sale for Back to school specials, or at least on Black Friday, seeins how da Zon sold like a gazillion of them on prime day :)

Just means you'll have to wait a while longer to ditch da spinnin rusties...

If I didn't have clients waiting on new rigs built with both of these, I would gladly sell you one of them at a reasonable price...
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