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Monday, 04 May 2009 11:16

Patriot shows its Fusion SSDs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With 64MB of on board cache

Patriot has showed its newest line of solid state drives, dubbed Fusion. These 2.5-inch SSDs come with Indilinx Barefoot controller and features 64MB of on board cache memory.

The new Fusion SSDs will be available in 64, 128 and 256GB capacities and provide sequential write and read speeds of up to 260 and 180MB/s for the 128 and 256GB models and 220 and 135MB of the 64GB model. According to the people at Patriot, Fusion series improves both random and sequential read and write transfer speeds and decreases the possibility of so called bottlenecks within the data transfers thanks to the DRAM cache.

The rest of the features include 0, 1, and 0+1 Raid support, MTBF of up to 2,5 million hours and a two year warranty.

Unfortunately, the release date as well as the price have not been announced, but we are sure that Fusion series drives will show up in retail pretty soon.

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