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    Default SuperSSpeed S301 Hyper drive, a true muscle SSD??

    Looking for a FAST SSD? You may not have to wait too much longer for a consumer SLC based drive;

    Clearly the SuperSSpeed S301 Hyper SLC is the fastest 120GB consumer SSD on the planet. At this time it isn't even close in the 120/128GB category. We don't want to limit the drive to just the 120/128GB category because it's faster than the 240/256GB drives as well. We've said the SandForce SF-2281 is the fastest consumer controller on the planet at this time and when you pair it with SLC flash, it really shines.



    Just to break this down a bit deeper let's look at some of the details that bring me to this conclusion. The SF-2281 controller outperforms every other consumer SSD controller with the drives filled to 25%, 50% and 75% of user capacity. The Plextor M3 Pro 128GB gets very close in this size category, but no cigar. That is with MLC flash and not even factoring in SLC flash. With SLC flash, the performance increases quite a bit since that pesky read, erase, write cycle is reduced from 600 micro-seconds (MLC Type 78) to just 220 micro-seconds (SLC Type 74). The read access speed for this SLC flash is 25 micro-seconds, half that of MLC flash. This explains the reduced read access times we observed with the SuperSSpeed S301.
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    Default Re: SuperSSpeed S301 Hyper drive, a true muscle SSD??

    Interesting, thanks Mike!

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    Default Re: SuperSSpeed S301 Hyper drive, a true muscle SSD??

    was reading what Chris wrote this morning about the Drive on some forums, seems nice for a Sandforce. Its that time of year we will be seeing lots of new SSDs Im waiting to see what the Marvell 9187 can do

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    Default Re: SuperSSpeed S301 Hyper drive, a true muscle SSD??

    Check out my review of the Vertex 4, it utterly destroys SandForce in incompressible data. Access times are not something to hang your hat on, in my opinion; after all, every SSD is crazy fast for access times. Sequential speeds can be boosted by RAID 0, but 4K and incompressible? Check out the new Indilinx Everest 2 controller. Looks pretty awesome from where I sit.

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