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    Default Asus 1st SSD The HyperXpress

    ASUS has teamed up with Kingston to build its first SSD, the HyperXpress SSD. The ASUS HyperXpress SSD is built into a 9.5mm-thick 2.5-inch form-factor drive, featuring the SATA Express interface - something that ASUS' upcoming motherboards will feature.

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    Inside of the HyperXpress is a host-agnostic RAID 0 array of two mSATA-based 6Gbps-capable SSDs, wired together on a host controller built by ASMedia. ASUS has shown this off to various media, stating that future versions of the drive could feature two M.2 SSDs versus using mSATA drives. The drive was tested with sequential rates as high as 778MB/sec. We should see and hear more about the ASUS HyperXpress SSD at Computex in June.


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    Thanks for the share Tee. I look forward to seeing more stuff like this. m.2 is going to be so important in next gen hardware.
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    i'll need 4 of these at 250 gig, and 2 at 1 tb
    of course,,,if the mobo in said artical can handle raid 10......
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    i'll need 4 of these at 250 gig, and 2 at 1 tb
    of course,,,if the mobo in said artical can handle raid 10......

    Think there will be 2 sata express connectors.

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    it should be interesting
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    Default Re: Asus 1st SSD The HyperXpress

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    it should be interesting
    To say the least yep cant wait to see the cost $$$$ of these as well.

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    Cant wait to see these out for sale! ASUS has never let me down before. Very good products. Thanks Tee!

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    Not convinced. I reckon it could be as bad as the revodrive
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    I think this one could be successful because all they did was what we all do as is. Raid. The raid is internal and system agnostic. The sata express connection will already be installed to the board so it is almost impossible for it not to work well. Using m2 on future devices will make ot even faster
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    We all love speed! Can't wait to get some real tests on this and m2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I think this one could be successful because all they did was what we all do as is. Raid. The raid is internal and system agnostic. The sata express connection will already be installed to the board so it is almost impossible for it not to work well. Using m2 on future devices will make ot even faster
    Yeah, but can you RAID the RAID?

    Speed is the need,..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Yeah, but can you RAID the RAID?

    Speed is the need,..............
    I am sure many will ask that same question. If not at first it will follow shortly after. Sata express looks like 2 sata ports in raid with an additional power connection to me.. Raid inside drive, raid on the ports then raid those raids! The you will jave supermegaultraomgraid 1! Lol
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    I'll bite. I want to see how these perform myself. Interesting concept they have going there though I wonder myself about putting more than one drive like this in RAID. It COULD be extremely good... COULD be...

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    I'll be waiting for the reviews to come out

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