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Gigabytes new iSSD speeds

Aussie Allan

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Gigabytes new iSSD speeds
« on: June 02, 2011, 05:03:29 pm »


  Well!.....this is handy News and another step forward, the only figures I found with a quick look were 450Mb/s read and 145 Mb/s sequential write......can any one confirm these figures,,....?

 to be honest I though for something on-board, and from Intel, the latest Tech!......would have been a tad faster, .... The way I think I see it, ... anyone running a fair performance SSD would/might actually get bottlenecked running the iSSD in there system....Sure if you run conventional hard drives SATAII or even IIIs there would be an advantage, ........Discussion time!

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Re: Gigabytes new iSSD speeds
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2011, 05:50:00 pm »
Yes I like the idea a lot and apart from the size being a bit on the small size it is a big step forward.  Shame they didn't use a 50 or so Gb as it would be large enough to run Windows as it is I am not sure how would be the best way to make use of the extra speed.
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Aussie Allan

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Re: Gigabytes new iSSD speeds
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2011, 06:07:15 pm »

   If it does mimic the 9130 function, it does not matter if you have 20Gb or 200Gb......you still end up with 80% of the SSD speed.........that's IF it uses a similar design path to 9130 controller functionality.......Anybody else care to comment!

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