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Thursday, 13 March 2008 22:19

OCZ introduces SATA II SSD's

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With high read/write speeds

 

OCZ has officially announced its ultra-fast SATA II 2.5-inch Solid State Drives, or SSDs. This ultra-fast series will have two models, one with 32GB and other with 64GB capacity.

Both models will have a 120MB/s read speed and 100MB/s write speed, which can be attributed to the use of more expensive SLC NAND chips. As mentioned, both of these drives will be made in the 2.5-inch form factor, and they will weigh a mere 77 grams. As all SSDs, these two will also feature high shock resistance and low power consumption.

Both of the drives have MTBF (mean time before failure) rated at 2 million hours, and they both come with a one-year warranty. The suggested price for the 32GB model is $499, while the bigger 64GB version will have a price tag of $1,099.

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