64GB Supersonic Magnum USB 3.0 Flash Drive (PEF64GSMNUSB)

The Patriot Memory Supersonic Magnum USB 3.0 flash drive delivers unprecedented performance in a stylish form factor with storage capacities up to 256GB. A durable aluminum enclosure enables shock resistance up to 15Gs to ensure greater protection of your data. USB 3.0 technology enables the Patriot Supersonic Magnum USB 3.0 to outperform USB 2.0 flash drives by up to 10x - a large 2GB file can transfer in mere seconds to and from the Patriot Supersonic Magnum. By combining a single-chip USB 3.0 flash memory controller with 8-Channel technology, the Patriot Supersonic Magnum delivers sequential read performance at speeds up to 260MB/s and 160MB/s. The Patriot Supersonic Magnum USB 3.0 flash drive is available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities and carries a 5-year warranty.


*Unleash the power of Windows® 8. Patriot’s Supersonic USB 3.0 drives are fully certified plug and play compatible with Window® 8 so users can take full advantage of improved transfer speeds and reliability.

Featuring a Sandforce controller / LSI SF2281, the Patriot Supersonic Magnum 64GB has benefits that exceed the stated specifications, with higher values in reading and writing... We have achieved speeds close to incredible 300 MB / s...
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Since the SuperSonic Magnum 64GB is amongst the fastest flash drives we've ever tested and … that actually left most of the competition behind by a large margin.
So basically with the Patriot SuperSonic Magnum 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive you are getting superior performance wrapped and plenty of storage space (for a flash drive) inside an shock resistant aluminum housing which is why we are also giving it our Platinum Award.
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For those who want the ultimate performance and are willing to pay for it... This is one of the fastest USB drives on the market.
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All flash drives are not created equal, something proven by the Magnum. If you want capacity and performance in a USB stick, this one's a very good choice indeed.
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    If you are looking for a drive that combines all features, Patriotâ??s Supersonic Magnum is the winner. The drive offers blazing-fast speeds at an unbeatable price and comes in a high-quality and flat housing. A warranty of 5 years should be enough â?? who knows if you want to use a USB3.0 drive to transfer data in 5 years? Due to its all-round features, the Supersonic Magnum is the winner in this test. , Hardwareluxx Read More
    Patriot Supersonic Magnum, despite MLC, reveals its extreme performance out of the 8-channel technology and takes full advantage of USB3.0 bandwidth. The beauty of this product is the read/write speed, with connecting with USB3.0, is close to that of a SATAII SSD - a high performance device of true USB3.0 class. In addition, the aluminum housing with shock resistant of the product rules out the durability concern of daily use., piscomu.com Read More
    The Supersonic Magnum surpasses its advertised read and write rates in our sequential performance benchmarks., Guru3D Read More
    Patriot Memory announces record performance and that's true! Testing the transfer of files in Windows, the key reaches 202 MB/s read and 107.7 MB/s for writing! It takes about 3 seconds to read a DivX type file of 700 MB and 6 seconds to write it., 01net.com Read More

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