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|25th May 2010, 18:38||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
G.Skill Phoenix 100GB SandForce SF-1200 Solid State Drive
When the G.Skill Phoenix 100GB drive arrived I was a bit surprised by the timing since the Falcon and Falcon II were some of the first Indilinx and Indilinx ECO drives we tested and found for sale. As always, I wanted to take a look at the new drive, but in the back of my mind I was thinking that the Phoenix would be just another run of the mill, Team SandForce product. To back that up I took a look at G.Skill’s product page and sure enough, nothing special was listed and the specs sheet gave us the same impression.
Even when the drive arrived it had Team SandForce written all over it. That determination was actually not from what was printed on the package, but the lack of any special mentions that clearly stated that the Phoenix was different. The package and the website were wrong and I didn’t pick up on it until the PCB was removed.
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