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|18th December 2009, 13:05||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel X25-V Value SSD to get to 80GB in 2010
Thanks to a new 2x nm architecture, Intel will be able to introduce 80GB value drives that probably won’t cost you arm and leg. Intel also plans to continue with X-25 M – Mainstream and X25 E – Enthusiast drives, but these will end up faster and more expensive, compared to Value series.
|20th December 2009, 09:35||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2006
So what's the go here?
The 'current' X-25 M G2 will become known as X-25 V and the 'new' X-25 M will use the upcoming generation technology?
|20th December 2009, 12:11||#4|
Join Date: Jun 2006
G2 stays as the G2.
Good chance this will use "3" bit flash chips... shorter lifespan, lower write speeds, but high capacity at a lower cost than today's chips.
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