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Kingston SSDNow V Series SNV425 128GB  - PCstats.com Kingston SSDNow V Series SNV425 128GB
Thu, May 27 2010 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Like so many other memory vendors on the market, Kingston offers a wide array of solid-state disks for your perusal. For the low-end segment, it has the SSDNow V series, which at current time offer the best GB/$ on the market. We're taking a look at the latest release here, combining a recent JMicron controller with Toshiba NAND.
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hen USB3.0 and even SATA 6Gb/sec are not fast enough - PCstats.com hen USB3.0 and even SATA 6Gb/sec are not fast enough
Sat, October 23 2010 | 9:06AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"This extension passes via the HSDL cable to the device - in this case the OCZ Ibis we are looking at today. Previous RAID enabled SSD's had to pass through RAID chips via SATA, while the Ibis is able to contain a bona-fide PCIe RAID solution. This is significant as solutions for the former always hit a brick wall on ultimate IOPS performance, as they do not support passing on Comamnd Queueing - vital to high IO's in a RAID configuration. Another point of interest is that the above configuration is the simplest possible with HSDL, as it's meant to scale much further."
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http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=1007
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hen USB3.0 and even SATA 6Gb/sec are not fast enough - PCstats.com hen USB3.0 and even SATA 6Gb/sec are not fast enough
Sat, October 23 2010 | 9:06AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"This extension passes via the HSDL cable to the device - in this case the OCZ Ibis we are looking at today. Previous RAID enabled SSD's had to pass through RAID chips via SATA, while the Ibis is able to contain a bona-fide PCIe RAID solution. This is significant as solutions for the former always hit a brick wall on ultimate IOPS performance, as they do not support passing on Comamnd Queueing - vital to high IO's in a RAID configuration. Another point of interest is that the above configuration is the simplest possible with HSDL, as it's meant to scale much further."
FULL STORY @ Archived from PCPER
http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=1007
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