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MemoRight FTM Plus 240GB SSD Review (Sata III)

Rating: 8.5.

A few weeks ago we were sent a SATA II MemoRight 115GB SSD for review and as we expected it got nailed in the performance tests when compared against the latest SATA III SandForce SF-2281 powered drives.

MemoRight intervened and asked us to review their latest performance oriented SATA III 240GB solid state drive.

MemoRight are a basically unknown entity in the UK, but they have established a presence in the military and enterprise sectors. The drive they sent us for review is a SandForce SF-2281 powered unit with a custom firmware and PCB design.


  • MLC NAND Type
  • OP Temperature: -20℃~+70℃ / 0℃~+70℃
  • High performance (Up to 520/500 MB/s)
  • TRIM support (O/S support dependent)
  • Lower power consumption (<2W in operation)
  • Min. Access Time: <0.1 ms
  • OVP protected
  • High Shock Resistant: Up to 1500G
  • Slim 2.5″ Form Factor
  • Light Weight: 75g

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  • Harold

    Very nice, but they are all very closely matched in performance regards. Shame no one seems to stock it.

  • William

    Probably be released for £450 inc vat if it ever was……. nice design, but way out of my price league. 120gb would do me. do they make SATA III 120gb drives? cant find them anywhere.

  • Brian

    Nice, good to see they aren’t clueless. also good to see you updated the review with a more modern drive.

  • William

    Thats a very nice drive, never heard of them before.

  • Tonzo

    Hehe, the only thing memo about this product is still the price ;=)

  • Wen

    Performance better than other Sanforce controller SSD.
    Wanna buy it…hehe..

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