Solid State Disk (SSD) to Replace Your Hard Drive

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  1. eguy

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    Now available at [Link removed, spam] !
    16GB is out now and this is the only place I've found it. Same cost per GB as the i-RAM that ya'll might have heard of, but 4 times the size. It has a convenient 2.5" laptop formfactor with PATA connector! Silent, low power, instant seek time. Wow!
     
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    4,000,000 hours MTBF
    2,000,000 write cycles
    rediculous 32F to 158F operation temperature
     
  3. okashira

    okashira Scribbler - Standard Member

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    No thanks.
    its slow as hell.
    of course the MTBF is high, no moing parts! :rolleyes:
    2,000,000 write cycles. how many does a normal hard disk have?
    way too expensive.
     
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    It's not the cheapest device, but I did a google search for "16GB SSD" and at the top two other companies popped up with the next higher price being $3200, so this one at [Link removed, spam] is $1200 cheaper for the same capacity!
     
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