Following OCZ’s great success with its SandForce SF2281-based Vertex 3 solid-state drive, it seems everyone is jumping on the SandForce bandwagon now. I recently tested Patriot Memory’s Wildfire SSD from, and today I have the latest addition to Kingston Technology’s HyperX product line. It too uses an SF2281 controller, which …
Comparisons to a normal non-ssd HDD please?
its blindingly obvious that all (even older) SSD out perform standard platter based drives in all respects. ?
a good SATA drive, real world speeds top out at around 60MB/s transferring a large file....
my next upgrade is going to be a smallish SSD an set up as a boot device
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