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Intel X25-M Gen2 34nm 160GB  - Intel X25-M Gen2 34nm 160GB
Fri, September 11 2009 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Under the codename "Postville" Intel was developing the second generation of their already successful X25-SSD-Series. Now Intel ships the X25-m with 34 nm NAND Flash. The advantages a shrink comes with are quite predictable: lower manufacturing costs per Gigabyte, lower power consumption and a higher storage density. Furthermore Intel also overworked the firmware and therefore we can expect a bit more performance and hopefully the drive won't be affected by filling it up to 100 percent of its capacity.
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