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|21st June 2010, 20:31||#1|
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Corsair Force F120 solid-state drive
SandForce's SF-1200 is easily one of the most intriguing solid-state disk controllers on the market. Not only is SandForce a new player in the field, but it also has a unique special sauce dubbed DuraClass. This secret blend of herbs and spices includes elements of compression, encryption, and even RAID-like redundancy, but the company has so far been reticent to reveal the recipe. My inner nerd is desperately curious about how all the elements intermingle, especially since the SF-1200 has shown so much promise.
Although seemingly dependent on command queuing to achieve optimal performance, the SF-1200 boasts competitive sequential transfer rates, truly stunning random-write throughput, and the promise of greater flash longevity than other MLC-based designs. Unfortunately, the first SF-1200-based SSDs were also burdened with a rather high cost per gigabyte, straining their value proposition.
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