Tuesday, May 12th 2009

Patriot's Introduces Torqx Solid-State Drive, latest in SSD Buffered Technology

Patriot Memory, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash and computer technology, today announced the release of their Torqx SSD Series.

The Torqx SSD line is one of Patriot's latest releases designed with Patriot's new cutting-edge technology that adds 64MB of DRAM cache in conjunction with its current equipped NAND technology.

"With SSD technologies becoming more 'mainstream' in the consumer market, Patriot's goal is to give their customers discretion across their purchasing preferences," says Meng J. Choo, Patriot's Flash Product Manager. "In these tough economic times, consumers are looking for options; our goal is to give them that opportunity to add new technology, and have no reservations about their decisions."

For more information about Patriot’s Torqx SSD series and other memory module and flash memory solutions, please visit Patriot memory.
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6 Comments on Patriot's Introduces Torqx Solid-State Drive, latest in SSD Buffered Technology

#1
Mussels
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no price, no speeds?
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#2
erocker
In these tough economic times, consumers are looking for options; our goal is to give them that opportunity to add new technology, and have no reservations about their decisions.
Sounds good, how about $200 bucks tops for that 256gb SSD?
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#3
BazookaJoe
I've always WISHED drive manufacturers would include better cache ram : - Even if they just fitted the drive with a SODIMM socket or something and we can choose our OWN cache ram clip?

Took this long for THEM to figure it out?

Better late than never.
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#4
lemonadesoda
No name bashing, that comes across at worst as racist or at best as ridicule.

Unless of course it is the NAME OF THE PRODUCT...

I'm SO PLEASED yet another SSD product has a name with an X at the end. Those X's really add value dont they? Without the X people might perceive the drive to be slower than the competition's "X" model.

Well, I'm going to RAID 3 of these together so I can rest peacefully at night knowing my high-speed pr0n is safe.
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#5
Breathless
I did, and still didn't get the sarcasm. How unfortunate for me :banghead:
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#6
1c3d0g
As long as these SSD's don't use the crappy JMicron controller, all is well. The more SSD's there are, the lower the prices will get eventually.
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