Thursday, September 8th 2011

OCZ Strata and Nocti mSATA SSDs Listed

OCZ is an established SSD vendor with SSDs of all shapes and sizes, from SATA to PCIe, and even USB 3.0. It's natural that the company would pick up on mSATA, a form-factor that finds relevence in ultra-portable notebooks, and recently, motherboards with SSD caching technologies such as Intel Smart Response. OCZ has two mSATA SSD lines, Strata and Nocti. Strata is driven by OCZ's own Indilinx controller, while Nocti is SandForce-driven.

Specifications are tabled below:

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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8 Comments on OCZ Strata and Nocti mSATA SSDs Listed

#2
Atom_Anti
Nocty 60GB absolutely good! How do I know I have slot to install in my laptop (Dell Vostro 3555)?
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#3
RejZoR
Stick this into netbook/notebook, install eBoostr and dedicate the whole SSD to it. Booooost.
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#4
Mussels
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i need to find out my SSD options for my asus EEEPC 900A, the 8GB built in one is just too slow (and no its not too small for what i use it for)
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#5
A Cheese Danish
I need to run a check to see if I have a slot available in my laptop.
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Hawkilo
by: Mussels
i need to find out my SSD options for my asus EEEPC 900A, the 8GB built in one is just too slow (and no its not too small for what i use it for)
Doesn't the eeepc 900 uses 70mm PCI-express ssd? It's different from mSATA if I remember it correctly
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Mussels
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by: Hawkilo
Doesn't the eeepc 900 uses 70mm PCI-express ssd? It's different from mSATA if I remember it correctly
thats what i need to figure out...
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#8
[H]@RD5TUFF
Hmmm wonder if I can get one of these in my netbook.
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