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|26th March 2009, 09:07||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Japanese Company Intros PCIe card with 1Gb SSD, 700Mb/s Write
The new G-Monster-PCIe SSD is a storage device that connects to an x8 PCIe slot and offers max. 1 terabyte of storage capacity. The Drive is stated to offer maximum read and write speeds of up to 750 MB/sec. and 700 MB/sec., respectively.
The Drive also features a hardware-based RAID controller and SDRAM of local
cache. G-Monster-PCIe SSD, It provides fastest Read and Write speed and high reliability for high end system such as Server and Storage. Supports SLC (Single level cell) and MLC (Multi-level cell) NAND Flash memory.
G-Monster-PCIe SSD delivers unbeatable durability, system performance and power efficiency.
1 TB MLC with SDRAM of local cacheMore Info: http://translate.google.com/translat...istory_state0=
|26th March 2009, 10:21||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2002
this is already the third product i've seen of its kind.
When is this coming out?
does anyone know if this has the memory effect aswel like the standard ssd's?
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|26th March 2009, 11:16||#3|
Join Date: Apr 2005
the onboard cache and the use of SLC memory would already reduce that problem
It probably costs as much as a luxury car with 1 TB, is it at least bootable?
|26th March 2009, 11:37||#4|
Join Date: Jun 2006
This uses MLC, not SLC. According to the page, it is bootable.
There is no mention of controller type which is the big question here... but honestly no flash memory is completely free of the slowdown effect.
|26th March 2009, 12:02||#5|
Join Date: May 2002
|26th March 2009, 12:41||#6|
Join Date: Feb 2009
This technology is interesting.. We have been working with the Fusion IO card here at work and it smokes everything else we have.. We are sending back our older 160gb model for the new 640gb model, which retails for roughly $20k.. I wonder what the price is on this 1TB card..
|27th March 2009, 09:32||#8|
Join Date: Sep 2005
This means OCZ is too late to the market, and perhaps even that they lent (copied ?) the technology from this firm.
Will be interesting to watch how this plays out.
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