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Old 3rd January 2006, 17:05   #1
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Solid state DDR drive goes into prototype

A FIRM is readying a solid state disk drive aimed at the computer enthusiast and likely to be released this quarter.
The DDR Drive X1 is a PCI Express based plug in card with 8GB of capacity, and bootable.

According to sources close to the firm, the drive will have a custom and upgradeable high performance DMA Engine, an external power jack with a switching AC adaptor, and will go into a 512 unit initial production run.

Although the firm gave no details of the pricing, a solid state drive at an affordable price is likely to be a popular item.

We'll tell you more when there is more to tell you.

http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=28647

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Old 3rd January 2006, 19:05   #2
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Meep Meep? OS drive from heaven? Raptor terminator?


I'd rather have a SATA2 drive in a 3.5 box with 16 gigs tough, because you know M$ will reach new heights of OS size in the long run with Vista.
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Meep Meep? OS drive from heaven? Raptor terminator?


I'd rather have a SATA2 drive in a 3.5 box with 16 gigs tough, because you know M$ will reach new heights of OS size in the long run with Vista.
last time I installed vista I needed 6Gb free space for installation uke: (and I tought even 2 partitions).

Now let us hope it'll be a cheap card and high latency memory becomes a lot cheaper in the future.
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