Edge Boost Express SSD manual

Edge Boost Express SSD
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manualEdge Boost Express SSD
Version 0113-1.1INTRODUCTION
● A system with an available PCIe (PCI Express) slot (x2 or greater)
6. The New Simple Volume/Partition wizard will appear. Select Next.
7. On the Specify Volume Size screen, ensure the Simple Volume size
number matches the maximum disk space (default). Select Next.
8. Assign a drive letter not already in use to the SSD. Select Next.
9. Choose a file system format (NTFS recommended for Windows) with a
default allocation unit size and give the SSD a Volume Label name. Check
perform a quick format and uncheck enable file and folder
compression. Click Next.
10. Review the wizard summary and select Finish. The SSD will be
formatted. Once complete, you can close Computer Management.
1. After installing the Boost Express SSD, boot into the operating system.
2. Right click on Computer (or My Computer) and select Manage.
3. Select Disk Management in the left pane.
4. You will receive an Initialize Disk prompt—this will only apply to any
unformatted devices you have installed (i.e. – the SSD). Choose
MBR, note the Disk number (such as Disk 1) and select OK.
5. In the bottom of Disk Management, find the disk number from step 5.
Right-click on the unallocated box and select New Simple Volume.
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The Boost Express SSD is backed by a 5-year warranty. This product is warranted to
be free of defects in materials and workmanship and to function in accordance with
manufacturer's specifications for the aforementioned warranty period. For more
information, please visit www.EDGEMemory.com.


Help getting started with your EDGE Boost Express Solid State Drive

Quick Start Guide

Thank you for purchasing the EDGE Boost Express Solid State Drive (SSD)! This guide is designed to provide you information necessary to install and use the SSD and software, as well as some precautions to adhere to.Disassembling and reassembling covers, lids, bezels, and other items may be required for installation. Please consult your system’s user manual or contact an IT professional for assistance if you are unsure about the install process.PRECAUTIONS
● Ensure all power sources are disconnected from the system before install.
● Do not expose the SSD to extreme temperatures or sunlight.
● Do not touch the gold PCIe connectors of the SSD.
● Wear a wrist strap while installing the SSD to minimize static electricity.
1. During boot, look for the RAID OPTROM and press CTRL + M to enter
the RAID configuration utility.
2. In the Topology section, select HBA 0: Marvell 0 and press ENTER.*
A dialog displaying Configuration Wizard will appear. Press ENTER again.
3. Select the RAID member drives (SSD 2, SSD 3) by highlighting and
pressing the SPACEBAR. Afterwards, press ENTER.
4. Highlight HyperDuo on the right side of the screen and press ENTER.
5. Select the RAID mode (RAID 0, RAID 1) and press ENTER.
a) If choosing RAID 0, configure the stripe size and virtual drive
name. Highlight Next and press ENTER.
b) If choosing RAID 1, configure the virtual drive name. Highlight
Next and press ENTER.
6. When the red Create Virtual Disk dialog box appears, press Y to continue.
7. Press F10 to exit the RAID OPTROM utility.
* RAID 1 will result in a 50% decrease in overall SSD capacity


1. The Boost Express SSD ships with a full height bracket attached. If
this product is to be installed in a low profile chassis, follow steps a)
and b) below. If not, please proceed to step 2.
a) Carefully remove the two screws fastening the bracket to the
PCIe carrier card.
b) Hold the low profile bracket in position and fasten the bracket
with the screws from step 1a. Do not over tighten.
2. Remove the side-panel from the computer case to expose the
computer’s internal components.
3. Using your motherboard manual for assistance, locate an available x2,
x4, x8, or x16 PCI-Express slot on the motherboard and remove the
metal cover from the case for that slot position. Set the screw aside
for later use.
4. Firmly insert the Boost Express SSD into the PCI-Express slot.
5. Use the screw from step 3 and fasten the bracket to the case.
6. Replace the side panel of the computer and power on the system.
1. In your computer’s BIOS, select the Operating System (OS) installation
media as the first boot device. Consult your system’s user manual for
detailed instructions on how to change the boot order.
2. A driver is not required for installation of Windows 7, Linux, or Mac
OS X. When asked where to install the OS, select the Boost Express
SSD and follow the operating system installation prompts.
3. Once installation is complete, select the Boost Express SSD as the
primary boot device.
1. After installing the Boost Express SSD, boot into the operating system.
2. Select Initialize when prompted. Navigate to the Utilities folder and
launch Disk Utility.
3. Select the Boost Express SSD in the left sidebar (the line that lists the SSD
4. Select the Partition tab (if there is no Partition tab, you have selected the
wrong line).
5. Use Disk Utility's controls (volume scheme) to format the drive into a
single, large partition. Use "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" as the
format type and name the volume appropriately.
6. Select Options and choose the proper partition scheme (“GUID” for Intel
Macs, ”Apple Partition Map” for Power PC Macs) and click OK. To
determine which Mac you have, click the Apple logo in the upper-left
portion of the screen, then About This Mac, and reference the processor.
7. Select Apply and then select Partition. After the partition is complete,
close Disk Utility.
The Boost Express SSD comes with a powerful AES hardware encryption chip.
When enabled, the SSD becomes impossible to access without knowing the
password. Visit www.EDGEMemory.com/support to learn more.


Vea el manual de Edge Boost Express SSD aquí, de forma gratuita. Este manual pertenece a la categoría Unidades de estado sólido (SSD ) y ha sido calificado por 1 personas con un promedio de 9.7. Este manual está disponible en los siguientes idiomas: Inglés. ¿Tiene alguna pregunta sobre Edge Boost Express SSD o necesita ayuda? Haz tu pregunta aquí

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Especificaciones de Edge Boost Express SSD

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Marca Edge
Modelo Boost Express SSD
Producto Unidad de estado sólido (SSD )
EAN 652977234249, 6529772342490, 0652977234249
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo Manual de usuario (PDF)
SDD, capacidad 180 GB
Interfaz PCI Express 2.0
Velocidad de lectura 825 MB/s
Velocidad de escritura 810 MB/s
Tipo de memoria MLC
Velocidad de transferencia de datos 1 Gbit/s
Algoritmos de seguridad soportados 256-bit AES
Soporte S.M.A.R.T. Si
Soporte TRIM Si
Compatibilidad con RAID Si
Tiempo medio entre fallos 2000000 h
Sistema operativo Windows soportado Si
Sistema operativo MAC soportado Si
Sistema operativo Linux soportado Si
Factor de forma de disco SSD -
Otras características
IOPS máximas (operaciones de entrada / salida por segundo) 100000
Interno Si
Color del producto Verde
Control de energía
Consumo de energía (lectura) 9 W
Consumo de energía (escritura) 9 W
Consumo de energía (espera) 2 W
Condiciones ambientales
Intervalo de temperatura operativa 0 - 70 °C
Intervalo de temperatura de almacenaje -40 - 85 °C
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 6.75 mm
Profundidad 16.75 mm
Altura 0.61 mm
Peso 113 g
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