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    Default KingSpec SSD Breaks Benchmarks.



    In terms of raw sequential read/write performance you’re looking at a worst-case scenario of hitting 2GB/s reads and around 1GB/s write speeds. Yes, you read that right, 1 gigabyte every second. That’s freakishly fast. Even the fastest SATA-based SSD can’t breach the 600MB/s barrier, and never will on the current interface.
    http://www.pcgamer.com/2013/02/08/kingspec-1tb-ssd-reaches-2gbs-performance-breaks-performance-benchmarks-hearts-and-wallets-with-it

    2 GB/s reads... OMG

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    Default Re: KingSpec SSD Breaks Benchmarks.

    They contacted me a couple of times, but never followed through with the samples.

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