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Old 28th October 2010, 08:37   #1
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Once we have got the news that Intel third-generation SSD codenamed "Postville Refresh"Intel X25-M G3 SSD will be postponed its release to February next year.However,we found out that it is sold quietly at Taobao (Just like Ebay but it is in China) with labeling the benchmark of X25-M G3.


The write speed shown is up to 167.4MB/s, basically the same with the official data of 170MB/s.

http://en.expreview.com/2010/10/28/i...bao/11208.html
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Old 31st October 2010, 20:45   #2
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Well, the Sandforce 2000 chip will give the G3 a beating.
G3:
Sequential Read: 250MB/s
Sequential Write:170MB/s
read IOPS: 50K
write IOPS:40K
Security: AES-128

Sandforce 2000:
Sequential Read: 500MB/s
Sequential Write:500MB/s
read IOPS: 60K
write IOPS:60K
Security: AES-256
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those are specs for the Enterprise drive from Sandforce...
let see how X25-E G3 will do;
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Type this into Google: "intels-3rd-generation-x25m-ssd-specs-revealed" ...anandtech.

The first table show the G3-m.... scroll down some and you will see the chart for the G3-Extreme.

I noticed that the Random Write IOPs number on the Extreme is much less than the consumer G3, but there is a note below the chart that Intel benchmarks the G3-m and the G3-E differently...
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