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OC3D Review: Silicon Power E10 and M10 SSDs

VonBlade quinches his thirst for reviewing hardware, this time by taking a look at some Silicon Power SSD's.



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I wonder how bad the degradation will be.
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As they come complete with the firmware necessary to reduce wear, then no worse than any other SSD.

Although the name is not as well known, the important parts are Samsung and Intel. Nuff said.
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Old 08-03-10, 10:29 PM
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Yeah. You can't go wrong with Samsung. They are known to do the best against degradation.
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Then if you read the review you gain this information before hand. So you don't ask already answered questions
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I was referring to firmware of the hard drive, not the physical parts. No need respond though. Thanks.
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Nothing about power usage of these SSD drives. Silicon Power is also silent about that on their web site. Low power usage means nothing if there is no specification. E.g. I have seen Kingston 2.5 inch SSD drives which could consume above 5Watt! You can find 5400rpm drives nowadays consuming less than 2 Watt and much less in idle state. This is significant issue for net- and notebooks.
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Are these better than todays SSDs?
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Are these better than todays SSDs?
Are you a troll reviving old threads or just some spam bot? If it's the latter I won't be expecting a reply
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