Wednesday, April 8th 2009

Patriot's Warp 128 GB Gets even Faster with New Release of v3

Patriot Memory,a global provider of premium quality memory module and flash memory solutions, today announced their 128GB Warp SSD v3, Patriot's newest addition to the Warp Series.

The 128GB Warp SSD v3 provides and quenches your thirst for speed. With blazing transfer speeds up to 240MB/s read and 160 MB/s write this drive is a perfect solution for a wide range of applications that require ruggedness, minimal power consumption, cooler temperature and silent operations. Keeping reliability in mind, the Patriot Warp 128GB SSD v3 drives has 1.5 million hour mean time before failure (MTBF) and built in wear leveling technology. Warp's v3 continues to be in a 2.5" form factor with SATA I/II connections for fast, reliable data transfer rates.

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7 Comments on Patriot's Warp 128 GB Gets even Faster with New Release of v3

#1
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
wow thats impressive.
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#2
magibeg
I like how quickly these drives are progressing. It's incredible how bottlenecked our computers are with regular harddrives.
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#3
PP Mguire
But, does it stutter? Or have they mimicked Intel yet?
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#4
Rock God
The same speed on my OCZ Vertex 120GB.
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#5
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
by: magibeg
I like how quickly these drives are progressing. It's incredible how bottlenecked our computers are with regular harddrives.
it really is. Mechanical hdd's can only get so fast. finally the hdd/ssd wont be the slowest part of a pc anymore.
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#6
nafets
This is another SSD using the absolute garbage dual JMicron JMF602B controllers via internal RAID 0.

It's exactly the same as the already available OCZ Apex and G.Skill Titan SSDs.

Avoid it at all costs and spend your money elsewhere. Nothing to see here; move along... :(
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3870x2
by: freaksavior
it really is. Mechanical hdd's can only get so fast. finally the hdd/ssd wont be the slowest part of a pc anymore.
very true. Venturing into 20k RPMs might just create a black hole and eat the computer up, or the disk, spinning at such a velocity, could get thrown into someones juggular, causing mass casualties.
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