128GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)

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Key Features

  • 128GB 50-pin female CF IDE interface
  • 1.8-inch SSD from KingSpec
  • Read speed up to 85MB/sec
  • Write speed up to 53MB/sec
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128GB 1.8-inch KingSpec SSD Solid State Disk with CF IDE female 50-pin interface. Suitable for a range of netbooks, laptops, MP3 players and more. Read speed up to 85MB/sec and write speed up to 53MB/sec.

This CF Solid State Disk is a relatively new product type. Equipped with the 50-pin female CF IDE interface, it is suitable for many new devices supporting this interface type.

Based on MLC-NAND Flash memory.

Below is a list of systems we know this SSD will work in. It may also be suitable for plenty other models:

Vaio: X505, UX, PCG-U101, R100, TX15C, TX16, TX17C/B/T1XP, T2XP, TX1XP, TX2XP, TR2, TR3, TR5, TR5C, T250

Portege 2000, SS2000M, P2010, R100, R200, Libretto U100

Q2010, P7230, P7120, P1610, FMV-BIBLO, T70



Latitude X1

Versa S800


H340, H320, IHP-140



INTERFACE TYPE CF 50-pin Female interface
FORM FACTOR 1.8-inch
DEVICE TYPE SSD Solid State Disk
DATA TRANSFER RATES Read speed up to 85MB/sec
Write speed up to 53MB/sec
OPERATING TEMPERATURE Operating Temperature 0~70ºC
Non-operating Temperature -40~85ºC
MTBF 1,000,000 hours
SHOCK RESISTANCE 2,000G (@0.3ms half sine wave)
SPECIAL FEATURES Supports BCH ECC 8bits or 15bits in 512 bytes
Auto Bad Block Management in system
PACKAGING Retail packaging
DIMENSIONS 5.0mm x 54.0mm x 74.5mm
WARRANTY 2 years manufacturers warranty
User Reviews

  • 14 reviews
  • 1 review
HDD replacement for iRiver H140
February 27th 2017 Verified user
Purchased the 64GB KingSpec 1.8" IDE CF 50-pin SSD to replace the 40GB HDD in a rockboxed iRiver H140. The new drive fits perfectly and works flawlessly. Here are the steps needed to carry out the replacement:
1. Connect the iRiver to a computer and copy the .rockbox directory from it to the computer
2. Open the iRiver, pull the old HDD off the connector (may need to unstick it gently from the rubber mat beneath it first)
3. Push the new SSD fully onto the connector and reassemble the iRiver
4. Boot the iRiver into iRiver firmware and connect to the computer
5. Reformat the SSD as FAT32 and copy across the .rockbox directory saved under 1.
6. Disconnect and restart the player - it should boot straight into rockbox.
Review of 64GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
Steve Ade
Works in Dell Latitude X1
November 28th 2016 Verified user
I wanted to get my X1 running XP running again. It now runs quick too.
Review of 32GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
David McCullum
September 17th 2016 Verified user
Purchased this drive to replace the existing HDD drive in my iRiver. Works perfectly! using the latest Rockbox bootloader. It has given my iRiver a whole new lease of life.
Review of 128GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
Christopher HUNT
Revived my ageing iRiver
August 17th 2016 Verified user
Replaced the old HDD of my 15 year old iRiver H120 with this drive. Loads more space, totally silent, excellent sound quality with flac files (and Rockbox) and the battery lasts forever. Superb.
Review of 128GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
Works perfectly
August 3rd 2016 Verified user
Replaced the original HDD in my broken iPod 4th generation with this. After formatting, iTunes restored it and it works better than ever.
Review of 64GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
John Yuen
Kingspec 1.8" Solid State Hard Drives
May 16th 2016
great product at a great price from Chinese based Original Design Manufacturer and brand Kingspec giving storage possibilities to old industrial-grade quality computers using 1.8" drive interfaces

these are proper old-school SSDs without TRIM (like back when running a full Operating System on a 512MB Compact Flash card used to cost upwards of £500 for the card) and closer to the real spirit of what SSDs are supposed to be

i mostly use the Compact Flash connecter versions but the IDE versions are also rated as standard for hundreds or thousands of physical connections/disconnections unlike modern consumer-grade SATA drives and modern computers which ironically needed that when their SSDs needed replacing

these old-school 1.8" SSDs generally have high read speeds and low write speeds and are designed for efficient embedded systems and software and i have been running these for servers and mobile flawlessly for years effectively 24/7 with important user-data written and stored on normal magnetic HDDs ;

'to each their own' i suppose but i compare this to modern SSDs which are basically only being sold and used for read and write "speed" and 'supposed' to be replaced constantly (even though there is absolutely no reference to 'speed' in the term "solid state drive" and old-school Compact Flash SSDs (which were generally the fastest non-volatile (non-RAM-based) SSDs around) were always generally much slower than mechanical Hard Disk Drives except for spin-up time and random-access) and indeed SSDs were not used by 'overclock' type folks but rather 'underclock' type folks which is apparently not even a word in modern dictionaries unlike 'overclock' ;

the whole point of a SSD is supposed to be for things like toughness reliability (solidness!) especially for portable use and low power consumption (like a fridge freezer rated at 100 watts can easily draw over 1000 watts for several seconds when it's motor spins up like the disk platters of a mechanical Hard Disk Drive need to spin up constantly and/or then continue spinning)

(and a SSD is still etymologically a 'Hard' Drive as opposed to a 'Floppy' Disk Drive but it is not a 'Disk' Drive or a Solid State 'Disk' because there are no disks or discs involved like a DVD or Optical Disc Drive ; and good quality portable CD music players specifically had some of the same Solid State memory technology installed to hide issues with using a non-solid-state spinning CD drive while moving around ; they did their best to read a number of seconds past the current playback time position of the song from the CD and temporarily stored that data in Solid State memory until it was played back from the Solid State memory ; nothing to do with speed)

Kingspec have continued to develop these 1.8" SSD drives and/or firmware to include some SMART functionality but the Sleep States could do with being improved because they run almost 20 Celsius less cool in my smallest computers than the original 1.8" Toshiba mechanical HDDs and consume that extra electrical power

it is a pleasure to use these drives for example cold/hard booting my general purpose Operating System is almost as fast as coming out of (RAM based) Sleep Mode on any normal modern laptop computer straight out of the retail shop

and i get that performance every time with no manual or automatic maintenance whatsoever even after a year of visiting bloated websites or a year of viruses trying to watch me through a built-in web-cam for example two of my sisters (one is a (successful university-educated professional web designer) tech) just spent another couple grand on new macbook pros (or whatever they are called) because their previous ones started running slow again but to each their own

one final thought ; i stopped watching f1 ages ago but from what i remember their most respected aerodynamics engineer doesn't even drive a sports car let alone a modern one "with f1 parts bolted on" but instead likes doing doughnuts in his back garden in his old banger

thanks Kingspec for supporting old hardware and therefore 'the environment' and MemoryC for another straightforward transaction !
Review of 32GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
Graeme Cannon
Fujitsu Lifebook P7120
February 18th 2016 Verified user
Used this drive to replace a lower capacity SSD in an old Fujitsu Lifebook P7120. I now have four times as much storage and it seems a little quicker. No issues so far.
Review of 128GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
Sony TR5MP
March 2nd 2015 Verified user
Bought to replace the 40Gb hard drive in a Sony TR5MP notebook. Works perfectly.
Review of 64GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
Thomas Lanner
Used for iAudio X5L Mod
February 9th 2015 Verified user
I used this SSD in my iAudio X5L MP3-Player to replace the standard 32GB HDD (also works with the X5).
This SSD has the same size and pin interface which is used in this player, so no further modification was needed, just switch this SSD with the old HDD.
Next step was to format the SSD to Fat32 with the Fat32Formatter software and install the latest Rockbox firmware.
Works like a charm - double storage space, longer battery life and faster access times.
I'm heavily using it for a month now, and it works as it should!

And thanks to memoryC I got a good price and fast shipping.
Review of 64GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
Knut Eggum
Fit my iPod 4th greyscale
October 7th 2014 Verified user
Quick delivery. I use it in my old iPod 4th greyscale. Works fine. Needed reformating to fat 32. I used MiniAideFat32Formatter becase windows has a limit 32GB.
Review of 64GB KingSpec 1.8-inch IDE CF 50-pin SSD Solid State Disk (MLC)
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