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|11th September 2008, 22:19||#1|
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Fusion IODrive Benchmarks: 650mb/s write speed
The drive installs in any 64-BIT version of Windows as a mass storage controller. VERY EASY TO INSTALL. Note: AGAIN, it will only work in 64-bit Windows such as XP- 64 and Vista 64 AND Linux. Note: The IO Drive is NOT YET BOOTABLE, but WILL be in Q4 with a firmware upgrade. Details in upcoming review. Note: These are PCI Express cards, not SATA, IDE, etc 80GB and 160GB Models in stock or available on <2 week lead time. 80gb $2649, 160gb $4899; PCI Express based.
Fastest gaming rig must have this inside
|12th September 2008, 19:31||#2|
Hmm the CPU utilization is pretty high on that drive, 10%. Most hdds/ssds are 1-2%, I wonder if that would have any effect on performance? I'd like to see some real world benchmarks on that drive, it does look promising but the price of entry is huge.
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