Tuesday, February 7th 2012

Patriot Memory Readies Three New Lines of SSD

In its CeBIT invitation circular, Patriot Memory unveiled names of three new client SSD product lines, which it will launch in Hanover. These include new high-performance client SSD lines, the Wildfire Pro, and Wildfire SE; and a new mainstream client SSD line called Magma. With no other details, we're left to only speculate. Patriot's flagship SandForce SF-2281 driven Wildfire series features among some of the highest performing SATA 6 Gb/s client SSDs. The Wildfire Pro and SE, in all probability, could be higher-performing parts, with higher sequential speeds, and random access performance. With Magma, Patriot could design a client SSD using a controller of another make than SandForce; probably Marvell, or even OCZ-Indilinx.
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3 Comments on Patriot Memory Readies Three New Lines of SSD

#1
Cybrnook
Go Patriot! Loving my Pyro series SSD's. (Especially with the rebates they were/are offering on them) Made in the USA, 3 year warranty!
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Prima.Vera
What happens after 3 years?? I heard that most of SSD crap down just after that period....
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Cybrnook
by: Prima.Vera
What happens after 3 years?? I heard that most of SSD crap down just after that period....
Maybe I am speaking for myself here, but how many HDD have you ever owned for 3 years? As long as I am covered for my expected use of the drive I am happy. Regardless, 3 years is great - especially seeing rotational HDD warranties being stripped down to 1 year!
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