Monday, July 12th 2010

Mach Xtreme Technology Unveils MX JET PRO Series 2.5'' SSDs

Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today unveiled MX JET PRO Series 2.5” SSD which makes MLC (multi-level cell) NAND-based storage an affordable offering for mainstream users demanding the latest technology and top performance. Based on JMicron JMF616 controller, MX JET PRO Series delivers blazing fast, smooth and stutter free performance.

The new MX JET PRO Series of SSDs is the latest addition to the Mach Xtreme lineup of solid state drives. MX Technology has worked very closely with JMicron on this series to get most out of this new sophisticated controller. As a result, MX Technology releases the best-in-class drive. MX JET PRO is based on the advanced JMF616 controller coupled with 128MB onboard cache and the latest firmware to ensure top performance while maintaining an attractive price point that is truly within the reach of a wide range of DIY users.

The MX JET PRO drive delivers best-in-class read and write speeds clocking in at up to 270 MB/s read and 210 MB/s write along with the maximum of 20,000 IOPS and superior durability (1.5 million MTBF) compared to the previous generation MX JET. Available in capacities of 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB, Mach Xtreme Technology MX JET PRO SSDs offer ample room for all your data and comes backed with 2 Year Warranty and outstanding after-sales service.

MX-JET PRO Series 2.5” SSD at A Glance:
  • 2.5” SATAII (2.6) MLC Solid State Drive
  • Max. Read Performance up to 270MB/s (256GB)
  • Max. Write Performance up to 210MB/s (256GB)
  • Sustained Write up to 130MB/s and max. I/O per second of 20,000IOPS
  • Power consumption: stand-by 2.3W / active 6.3W
  • Life expectancy 1.5 million hours MTBF
  • Capacity: 64GB (MXSSD2MJTP-64G), 128GB (MXSSD2MJTP-128G) and 256GB (MXSSD2MJTP-256G)
  • Warranty: 2 Years
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2 Comments on Mach Xtreme Technology Unveils MX JET PRO Series 2.5'' SSDs

Bird of Prey
A few of the new drives are using Jmicrons new controller and it seems to do alright. However, with the Sandforce in all the top drives and not really much more expensive to use, makes me wonder why they even go this route. Good perfomance though, even in the IOPS.
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Who in their right minds generated this SSD label..
Yes, I'm going to buy a $550 SSD that looks like it was designed and built by a 5 year old hoodlum from the ghetto.
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