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Old 18-03-10, 07:38 PM
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LSI Releases PCIe SSD to OEMs; Offers 1,500MB/sec I/O

The solid storage solution delivers 1,500MB/sec sequential I/O and 1,200MB/sec random I/O regardless of read/write mix.

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Old 18-03-10, 07:53 PM
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That....Looks...Insane!
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Old 18-03-10, 08:06 PM
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Old 18-03-10, 08:31 PM
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Makes you think that there has to be a point of negligible return. For example, would windows start any faster on a 250mb/s drive vs a 500mb/s one? And what would be the point of having a drive that fast if the rest of the drives in your machine or machines on your network couldn't keep up.

Still sexy tho
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yeah should try and get one for review and get some mad testing thing going
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Old 18-03-10, 09:29 PM
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High speeds and nice amount of storage, very nice
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from what ive read jim gets hot for psu's

jim u couldnt hook me up with a corsair psu abouve 750w ha ha i chance
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Makes you think that there has to be a point of negligible return. For example, would windows start any faster on a 250mb/s drive vs a 500mb/s one? And what would be the point of having a drive that fast if the rest of the drives in your machine or machines on your network couldn't keep up.

Still sexy tho
Have an awful feeling at the back of my head that no matter how fast you can get access (even with a few slots of these additionally raided) that something in windows has a limitation on what the OS can i/o. Linux relations probably being fine.

Note to self also, there has been quite a bit of factual, non-made-up, almost verging on pro-nvidia (which is possibly impossible) nvidia news about for a few weeks, and a very obvious lacking of it on oc3d. A very obvious trend has been recognized, particularly with the previous willingness to promote anti-nvidia, made-up, non-factual stories.
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Old 21-03-10, 09:09 PM
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Note to self also, there has been quite a bit of factual, non-made-up, almost verging on pro-nvidia (which is possibly impossible) nvidia news about for a few weeks, and a very obvious lacking of it on oc3d. A very obvious trend has been recognized, particularly with the previous willingness to promote anti-nvidia, made-up, non-factual stories.
You got me. AMD are paying for that beemer on my drive way
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