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Tuesday, 14 September 2010 13:46

OCZ shows its new RevoDrive at IDF 2010

Written by Slobodan Simic
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IDF 2010: Maximum write at 730 MB/s

During the IDF 2010, guys from HotHardware managed to get a first look at OCZ's RevoDrive X2 that is based on four Sandforce controllers and Intel NAND flash memory.

This PCI-Express based SSD is basically a 4-way RAID configuration running with Intel NAND flash chips and speeds that peak at 730MB/S for write and 740MB/s for read with a 4K random write set at 120,000IOPS. The Sandforce test system at IDF had a running IOMeter test with 107124.50IOPS which is always nice to see.

You can check out more here.

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+26 #1 yasin 2010-09-14 17:55
insert orgasm here.
 
 
0 #2 JAB Creations 2010-09-15 17:20
Motherboards seriously should have a PCI-E 4X slot as the top slot. Before it would have been for the USB 3.0 bandwidth (1X slots only provide 250 megabytes whereas USB 3.0 is up to 625 megabytes). Now with these drives I'm left wondering why can't we see some 890FX boards with better PCI -E slot choices? Hopefully 990FX boards (presuming this since the chipset reqs are different from AM3) will have this. Intel people are totally screwed out of upgrades since Intel hates consumers. You can buy an X6 and later buy an AM3+ motherboard that will take the chip but NOT put a bulldozer CPU in to an AM3 motherboard...fair enough.

I think these drives lose about 200MB in speed since there is no TRIM? Still that would be sick.
 

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