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Thursday, 04 March 2010 12:26

OCZ still working on its Z-Drive series

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 2010:  Z-Drive p88 up to 2TB at 1.3GB/s


In addition
to the bunch of new solid state solutions, OCZ hasn't forgotten its Z-Drive as well. The new Z-Drive p88 is based on a similar idea like the previous generation and still uses the same PCIe x8 interface, but this time OCZ made it modular.

The new Z-Drive p88 has a total of four SO-DIMM slots that can house from 512GB all the way up to 2TB of capacity, solely depending on your need. It has a maximal read and write speeds of up to 1.3GB/s and 1.2GB/s.

OCZ has noted that these specs are still preliminary and that more testing should be done to see the real write and read speeds but these give out a general idea on how fast is the new Z-Drive p88.

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