expired Reeinno 960GB SATA3 SSD US $96.07 (~AU $135.10) Delivered @ AliExpress


$0.14 per GB. pretty damn cheap for SSD.

SSD 960GB SATA3 2.5inch

Reeinno 960GB SATA3 SSD 2.5inch SMI original control TLC flash Internal Solid State Disk factory directly supply Laptop Desktop

SATA III SSD is designed base on high reliability and high performance processor, with excellent sequential read and write ability and perfect random IOPS performance, it has broken the speed bottleneck of SATA III that limited by traditional HDD, make a full play of SSD. With the unique DuraWriteTM data write of the controller greatly extend the service life of flash memory, meanwhile the AES data confidentiality to ensure the security of data, the RADIO allows users to easily set up a disk array features, and achieve higher performance.

• Interface and compatibility: International standard SATA interface, SATA 3.0 downward compatibility SATA 2.0
• Supported systems: Windows XP / 7 / 2003 / 2008, DOS, Linux, Unix
• Application: Suitable for desktops and notebooks, mini computers, all-in-ones, and other commercial computers
Key features:
• High quality: Years of SSD production experience, strictly tested one-by-one
• Best service: Direct service from factory
• Lowest price: Factory sell directly
• Quality warranty: Enjoy free replacement for three years

Read before purchasing:
• Our speed test on specific configuration desktops use SATA III interfaces/SATA III cable without an operating system. Test results are just for reference.
• SATA 3.0 SSD tested on SATA 2.0 interfaces and SATA 2.0 cables will have a speed lower than 300MB/S. Laptops will be unstable and lower than desktops.
• Different test platforms and test software versions may have different results. According to the international standard 1000 KB = 1 MB. (Real capacity: Capacity x 0.93)

Test platform:
• Intel G3900 CPU, MSI B150M PRO-VDH motherboard, Samsung DDR4 4GB 2400 MHz RAM
• Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit professional operating system
• No operating system In SSD
• SATA 3.0 6Gb/s interface, SATA3.0 6Gb/s cable

Model: Reeinno SSD 2.5inch SATA3.0
Color: Blue
Read/wiite: 500MB/s( read speed) / 450MB/s(write speed)
Support System: Window Vista,Window 7,8,10 ,Windxp ,Mac OS:10.3,Ubuntu14,CentOS7
Storage Lifetime: More than 10 years
Nand Components: Triple-Level Cell (TLC) Nand Flash Memory

  1. Available Capacities 120GB, 240GB,
  2. 20X faster than traditional hard-drives (HDD)
  3. Works with Desktops or Laptops
  4. 3 year limited warranty and free technology support
  5. Certification with CE, FCC, ISO9001
  6. Advantage: High-speed, safe, mute, stable,power-saving
  7. Work temperature: 0 to 70℃
  8. Storage temperature: -20 to 75℃
    Package include:

1* SSD

1* Package

Mod Note: Update price to reflect GST

Related Stores

Reeinno Official Store
Reeinno Official Store


  • +3 votes

    I got the Reeinno Mereak R 120GB back in 11/11 sales' for about $20 and it's quite decent for a budget SSD. The one however is much better and its speeds are impressive for what it is.

  • +5 votes


    750GB for $143 blown away as best ssd deal..

  • +24 votes

    I would totally store my OS and all my most important files on this…

  • +1 vote

    what about warranty….


    I never heard about reeino brand. Apparently the price is cheaper than other ssd. But it does not guarantee quality.

    • +2 votes

      Theres only a few dram and controller manufacturers .


      How the heck does China keep coming up with such ridiculous brand names. There are plenty of bad non-chinese brand names.. but some of the chinese tech ones in the last couple of years really take it up a few notches


    Price for me shows as USD$87.33 plus USD$8.74 GST for a total of USD$96.07.

    If I didn't already have a 1TB 860 Evo for about $150 after rebate I'd be all over this, but I actually almost have too much SSD storage now between that and previous Ramsta deals….


    VERY tempted. Fantastic price.

    I guess $100 1TB SSD's are not so far away now.

  • +7 votes

    Just when almost all notebook manufacturers started glueing the SSD on the logic board (Apple, MS, Google…)
    It's like ten thousand spoons when all you need is a knife.


    Available Capacities 120GB, 240GB
    which one is it?

  • -1 vote

    Part of the Stark empire?

  • +1 vote

    Got Samsung EVO 860 1TB for $135 after cashback and 10% off eBay gift cards delivered in December
    I couldn't even find this on userbenchmark.com to compare.

    I'd probably wait for another Samsung sale…

  • +2 votes

    A typical Chinese SSD. Glue left over NAND chips on a circuit with a Chinese(ROC or PRC) controller. I wouldn't touch any SSD without any local warranty anyway, though.

    • +11 votes

      You'll find that most Chinese brands (e.g. Reeinno) and even international brands like SanDisk, Kingston, Adata, Crucial, Corsair and AMD are using Silicon Motion controllers. This list is several months out of date but gives you a list of brands and their models that have SM Controllers.

      As for the flash and DRAM being used in budget brands it's usually SK hynix and Micron (Intel). However there are brands like Colorful who reuse dirty flash resulting in extremely slow speeds. This Reeinno model doesn't as its speeds from reviews are too high.


        Just because they're using the same hardware it doesn't mean they're the same quality. I highly doubt the good folks at Reeinnoo know what quality control is, or that they didn't cheap out on every other component in the thing.

        I don't know why people think these are worth the money, even as a spare drive. If some dodgy brand started selling 8tb mechanical drives with a 20% failure rate for $100 would that be considered a bargain?

        • +1 vote

          They can't really fudge up the Silicon Motion controller besides using a much older one that doesn't perform as well. The issue is going to be the brand/model of NAND flash being used, it's condition (new vs recycled) and if it has DRAM. Based on the AliExpress reviews it appears they're not using the cheapest flash available but that's not to say how it'll be after X amount of writes in a year's time.

          Knowing OzBargain an 8TB for $100 would be a bargain, but how do you know the failure rate is so high? How do we know the failure rate of Reeinnoo is high?

          I personally use cheaper Chinese SSDs for Steam games and external drives. They're more than sufficient for that role while everything else is generally Samsung.

          • +1 vote

            @Clear: Also remember the specs are not static - 3 weeks from now, they could absolutely switch to using recycled flash chips and take the DRAM out !


    just a note, i think this drive does not have a DRAM. this means slower sequential Read and Write compare to SSD with DRAM. Can't really compare because have not seen a review of this drive compared to other drive on the market.

    • +4 votes

      Um, based on the description and one of the photos showing a Nanya chip, if you look up the chip, you would find that it is a DDR3 RAM chip. Assuming they did not lie about it, this SSD appears to have a DRAM setup.

      Not saying you should get this, but unless we have actual proof, we cannot actually state this is DRAM-less (because they are stating it has DRAM).

  • +9 votes

    Good deal, but when you're spending $135 already on such a crucial component/data storage an extra $15-$25 is nothing for a more reliable name brand.

  • +3 votes

    At this price is people are worried about quality for critical data, can always use for non critical data eg steam games, or movies which are backed up anyway.

    • +13 votes

      It's just some people got a Samsung 1TB SSD (with 5 year warranty) paying roughly the same price after cashback. It is still priced in the SSD price range. The risk vs reward doesn't seem that attractive and it will take some time for the SSD to arrive.

  • +3 votes

    For a moment I was hoping, when changed currency to AUD, it turns to 1350GB~


    If you get a faulty product and aliepxress take the sellers side (they normally would).
    Contact your bank for a credit card charge back.

  • +2 votes

    That wolf on the side of the drive looks like it just lost all its files from using a Reeino SSD


    does anyone here actually own one of these that can comment?


    For anyone who wants to take a look, this is Reeinno's website.

    They've been around since 2007 and started making SSDs in 2014. It's not a company I've heard of before.

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