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Old 31st August 2009, 15:10   #1
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Default Intel X25-M, round 2 : 10 SSDs compared

The new X25-M firmware allows the Intel SSD to put the problem we picked up on last year behind it, namely the lack of stability of performances with varying loads. What Intel originally described us as “expected behaviour” has in fact been reviewed and in the end recognised as a problem that needed solving.

Better late than never and at a time when the Indilinx controller, used by the OCZ Vertexes, looked set to dominate the top end MLC SSD market for a few months, Intel has thrown its hat back into the ring. Indeed, excepting its sequential writes on large files, an area that is pretty negligeable for SSDs given current capacities, the SSDs are very close in performance.
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