Mushkin Chronos GO 

Released June, 2013
  • 360 GB

While it's several years old, performance is still excellent and the newer drives that use it typically target sub-$1 per GB price points.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)
Performance The performance figures for AS-SSD reflect a drive's performance in a particular type of data workload.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)

Reviews Word on the street for the Mushkin Chronos GO

The drive's list price is about $329—significantly higher than you'd pay for a standard 2.5-inch SSD.

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight


The TLC NAND Samsung uses for its budget drive offers lower write performance than the MLC NAND Mushkin uses for both Chronos drives.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)
SSDs are one of the most effective means of improving system performance on the market, and even older systems can benefit from the acceleration.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)
Performance was strictly mediocre, even compared to other spinning disks.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)


Since the Asus and Gigabyte board use the same chipset and we used the Intel SATA controllers on each, there should be no problem with comparing results.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)
The mSATA connector is physically different from a SATA cable and integrates power and data into a single cord rather than two separate connectors.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)
The SF-2281 is a SATA 6G controller that has become increasingly popular in lower-end consumer drives.
by PCMag (Jul, 2013)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Capacity 360 GB
Interface SATA III
Interface speed 6 Gbit/s
Controller SandForce 2281
Memory type MLC

form factor

Thickness 9 mm
Weight 74 g

manufacturer performance

MTBF 2,000,000 hours
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