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    Thanks to CNET
    Asus' ROG Thunderbolt SSD to arrive in Q3 - Computers - CNET - CNET Asia

    Cnet reports that Asus is showcasing a Thunderbolt SSD which should become available in a 128GB and 256GB capacity and which is configured as RAID 0 out of the box. According to Cnet the drive should become available in about two months, with no pricing information available.

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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    nice
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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    now that's what Im talking about, pricing is HIGH for thunderbolt setups a LaCie is around 700 bucks for a 2TB + the 125.00 for the cable, but just think of the fun
    the pricing for a 240GB Thunderbolt SSD is around 600 bucks.

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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    Ok, stupid question time - what the hell is Thunderbolt?
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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    about 12GB/s data transfer + video

    What is Thunderbolt?
    Thunderbolt (previously called Light Peak) is a new peripheral-connection technology, developed by Intel with collaboration from Apple, that combines data, video, audio, and power in a single connection. Based on the PCI Express and DisplayPort architectures, Thunderbolt allows for high-speed connection of peripherals such as hard drives, RAID arrays, video-capture solutions, and network interfaces, and it can transmit high-definition video using the DisplayPort protocol. Each Thunderbolt port also provides up to 10 Watts of power to connected peripherals.

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    Thanks. Sounds cool, but not sure I have any use for it at the moment. What are the typical applications most guys use it for?
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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Thanks. Sounds cool, but not sure I have any use for it at the moment. What are the typical applications most guys use it for?
    fast computing! LOL

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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Thanks. Sounds cool, but not sure I have any use for it at the moment. What are the typical applications most guys use it for?
    No loading times for Pr0n Its the next thing to happen to PCs the thing is it works on Spinner HDs

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    What the advantage over internal sata 6gb ssds? Is it faster and if so why don't they have headers on motherboards to connect internal drives?
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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    What the advantage over internal sata 6gb ssds? Is it faster and if so why don't they have headers on motherboards to connect internal drives?
    yes its like having several SSDs in Raid , Plextor put 8 Plextor pro 256GB SSD in raid and was only able to reach 4GB/s Reads, the new X79S and some of the new high end 1155 MB have headers but on avg the MB is in the high 400.00 price range, with Thunderbolt your able to have 12GB/S reads and writes from a setup like this Amazon.com: LaCie Little Big Disk DAS Hard Drive/Solid State Drive Array - 2 x SSD Installed - 240 GB Installed SSD Capacity: Computers & Accessories

    http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0383267

    forgot to mention the price for a nice raid controller is 800-1000.00 able to handle 8 SSDs + 2400.00 for the 8 SSDs your far better off on Thunderbolt as far as the wallet is concerned, but then again it could be like the firewire never taking off
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    Thanks for the explanation. Makes sense now.
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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    If they keep adding stuff to motherboards that most people do not need, and continue to raise prices. soon none of us will be able to afford to upgrade our systems. Let's face it, how many people can afford to pay $700 for a motherboard ?

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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    For me the SSDs , especially the Vertex 4 is fast enough for me without Thunderbolt, I just wish I had the money for a 256 Vertex 4 or they would come doen in price a bit, maybe if I wait I can get one for decent price.

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    Default Re: Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    Thunderbolt is still new so prices are going to be high. Just like SSD's were when they first started.
    But I think as time goes on it will drop...

    The Regular Sata3 right now are good for the day to day application.

    I can see Thunderbolt being really handy in server applications right now tho.

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