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Antec Sonata Proto Case - PCstats.com Antec Sonata Proto Case
Thu, July 15 2010 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Even though primarily known for their chassis, Antec has already expanded their influence in different direction with quality hardware. Their chassis are usually very unique and we have reviewed such cases by Antec before. Everyone likes to show off their cool cases with unique designs but that's not everyones goal especially in budget builds.
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SuperTalent 128 GB UltraDrive ME (FTM28GX25H) - PCstats.com SuperTalent 128 GB UltraDrive ME (FTM28GX25H)
Wed, June 24 2009 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
SuperTalent has successfully fielded it's new UltraDrive ME and LE series SSD's with their new Indilinx Barefoot controller. Some previous generations of SSD's used a mostly functional J.Micron controller that caused the drives to stutter during smaller 4k and 6k reads and writes. The new Indilinx Barefoot controller seems to have fixed a lot of those problems and all that's left is blazing speed. We've known of a few new controllers coming down the pre-production pipes for a while and have been hoping for a new controller that takes advantage of the raw speed of the SSD's without some of the inherent problems we've seen in past drives. The Indilinx Barefoot controller is a step in the right direction for SSD's, Indilinx releases regular firmware updates for their controllers and the updates for the Supertalent drives containing those controllers can be found on the SuperTalent webby listed with the UltraDrive series drives. Upgradable firmware on the UltraDrive series means that you can buy with confidence that any minor bug that's found can be corrected ensuring your SSD investment will remain state of the art for some time to come. Just how fast is the SuperTalent 128 GB UltraDrive ME we have to look at. It's so fast it blew past us before we could even get a good look at the benchmark results.
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