• Capacities1 : 60GB–480GB

    Read2 : up to 550MB/s

    Write2 : up to 520MB/s

    Features : mSATA form factor

    Capacities1 : 120GB–480GB

    Read2 : up to 550MB/s

    Write2 : up to 520MB/s

    Features : M.2 Form Factor

    Capacities1 : 240GB–960GB

    Read2 : up to 1400MB/s

    Write2 : up to 1000MB/s

    Features : Marvell 88SS9293 controller

    Capacities1 : 800GB–3.2TB

    Read2 : up to 6,800MB/s

    Write2 : up to 6,000MB/s

    Features : NVMe PCIe Gen. 3 x 8

  • 60GB–480GB
    120GB–480GB
    240GB–960GB
    800GB–3.2TB
  • up to 550MB/s
    up to 550MB/s
    up to 1400MB/s
    up to 6,800MB/s
  • up to 520MB/s
    up to 520MB/s
    up to 1000MB/s
    up to 6,000MB/s
  • mSATA form factor
    M.2 Form Factor
    Marvell 88SS9293 controller
    NVMe PCIe Gen. 3 x 8

DCP1000 SSD

Kingston’s DCP1000 solid-state drive delivers up to 1.25 million IOPs from a single device, with ultra-low transactional latency and high throughput, making it ideal for data centres requiring extreme performance. It features ultra-fast NVMe PCIe Gen 3.0 x8, speeds of 7GB/s and hardware-based pFail. DCP1000 has flexible drive topology and supports flexible software RAID capability to save on redundant hardware costs. It supports 800GB to 3.2TB{{Footnote.N37130}} from a single HHHL card.

Features

  • Extreme performance for data centres
  • Flexible drive topology
  • Fast and economical to deploy
  • Enterprise-class SSD features

Form factor: Half Height Half Length PCIe (AIC)

Interface:
Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe™) PCEe Gen3 x 8 Lanes

Capacities{{Footnote.N37130}}:
800GB, 1.6TB, 3.2TB

Sequential Read/Write{{Footnote.N48568}}:
800GB – 6,800 / 5,000MB/s
1.6TB – 6,800 / 6,000MB/s
3.2TB – 6,800 / 6,000MB/s

Steady-State Random 4k Read/Write{{Footnote.N48568}}:
800GB – 900,000 / 145,000 IOPS
1.6TB – 1,100,000 / 200,000 IOPS
3.2TB – 1,000,000 / 180,000 IOPS

Latency: (Typical) Read/Write 100us / 30us{{Footnote.N48560}}

Endurance: Terabytes Written (Whole Drive){{Footnote.N48561}}
800GB – 748TB{{Footnote.N37133}}
1.6TB – 1500TB{{Footnote.N37133}}
3.2TB – 2788TB{{Footnote.N37133}}

Endurance: Terabytes Written
200GB – 187TB{{Footnote.N37133}}
400GB – 375TB{{Footnote.N37133}}
800GB – 697TB{{Footnote.N37133}}

Enterprise SMART tools: reliability tracking, usage statistics, life remaining, wear leveling, temperature

Power Consumption: 35W (Active)

Storage Temperature: -40°C~85°C

Operating Temperature: 0°C~70°C

Recommend Airflow: 35°C at 500LFM or 40°C at 600LFM

Dimensions: 168mm x 69mm x 18mm (exclude mounting bracket)

Weight: 209g

Vibration operating: 2.17G Peak (7-800Hz)

Vibration non-operating: 20G Peak (10-2000Hz)

Power Loss Protection: Yes

MTBF: 2 million hours

Warranty/support{{Footnote.N39213}}: Limited 5-year warranty with free technical support

Operational Environments:
Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 via updates or Hotfix driver download, Linux Kernel 3.3 and higher, FreeBSD 10.x/11, VMWare vShpere 6.0 (vShpere 5.5 as download driver)

Part Numbers
800GBSEDC1000H/800G
1.6TB  – SEDC1000H/1600G
3.2TB  – SEDC1000H/3200G

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SSDs for System Builders
Small Form Factor PCs and Appliances

Kingston offers a full line of SSDs in a variety of form factors and capacities to meet the small footprint needs of SFF PCs and computer appliances.

Small Form Factor PCs (SFF PCs) are becoming increasingly popular and finding their way into a variety of applications such as home theatre systems, digital signage, desktop computing — and anywhere space is limited. SFF PCs are designed to put as many I/O devices on the motherboard as possible in order to save space typically consumed by bulky peripheral bays. SSDs are used in SFF PCs and appliances to increase system performance and improve system reliability over traditional mechanical hard drives.

Embedded Systems (Purpose-Built)

Kingston offers SSDs for small form factor embedded devices in a variety of capacities and models, including caseless PCB form factors such as Slim SATA and mSATA.

Embedded System designs are more compact and more powerful than ever and often located in remote, hard-to-service locations. Reliability and endurance are key design considerations. By using nonvolatile Flash storage as an alternative to spinning magnetic storage, Kingston solid-state drives help ensure that system data is reliable and continuously available all the time.

Specialty Integrators

Kingston offers a wide range of solid-state drives to meet the needs of data centers and other targeted industries. Included are SSDs with features and performance characteristics designed for high-end server applications, virtualization, virtual desktop computing and for mobile platforms such as notebooks, Ultrabooks and Thin Clients.

Technical Briefs and Videos

Self Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology can help you analyze your data
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RAISE provides advanced error correction for SSDs
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Available in Kingston Enterprise SSDs, DuraWrite™ helps extend the life of an SSD
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Maintaining Performance and Endurance via Over-provisioning (OP)

To avoid a scenario where the SSD is filled to full capacity with invalid pages, over-provisioning is used by the SSD controller’s garbage collection function as a temporary workspace to manage scheduled valid page merges and reclaim blocks filled with invalid (or deleted) pages.
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How to measure endurance in Total Bytes Written in SSDs
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Solid-State Drive Testing 101

Testing is a cornerstone of our commitment to deliver the most reliable products on the market. 

We perform rigorous tests on all of our products during each stage of production. These tests ensure quality control throughout the entire manufacturing process.

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Understanding Over-provisioning (OP)

After an SSD is assembled, the SSD manufacturer can reserve an additional percentage of the total drive capacity for Over-Provisioning (OP) during firmware programming.
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Drive Writes Per Day (DWPD)

Drive Writes Per Day (DWPD) calculations use the TBW specification of a drive to calculate the number of times that the user capacity of a drive can be written per day over the warranty period (or a different number of years).
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How to measure Write Amplification Factor in SSDs
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Garbage Collection, TRIM and SSD performance

See how these factors affect solid-state drive performance
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Benefits of Over-Provisioning (OP)

Over-provisioning can improve SSD endurance, performance and more.
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Qualifications

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