i own a cg274 monitor. actually i don't like the color sensor ingerated design which make it looks awkward.
i would better have a slim&thin edge...
industrial-grade? so they removed all the necessary caps.
only 8 pci-e ssd can be installed. the others are hdd/ssd.
check the specifications at dell.com.
11 or 13 is most for ultrabooks so far.
such as sony pro 11 or 13, lenovo x1 carbon.
solidsate89, can't agree with you more.
the price isn't resonable considering performance and cost.
intel maybe insane, but i'm awake.
yes, the ssd controller (LSI,code name griffin) was totaly redesigned to archieve speed limit.
ADATA only marked a label on the product.
i think the performance is realized by high density more than rpm.
High rpm improves seeking time.
maybe you need a NGFF ssd.:laugh:
as i know, there was a kind of this product made by liteon.
the price is a little much than msata one.
it seems be for water cooled high-end pc.
7278rpm seems strange.:eek:
usually, the rpm should be 7200.
even the chinese don't buy kingfast products.
very cute size and high efficiency.
but, not modulized plug???
ocz should seriously assure their shit product quality and swear no more rubbish ic chips used!!!
NGFF not included?
or poster just missing it?:nutkick:
i can't imagine a mpcie combo card with only one side socket!!!
sometimes industry doesn't need any pci-e but some very old pci accessories.
for example, a pci communication card for cash box or autherization.
parallel, ps2, com and etc.
i guess this board is for pos or other cost-cut areas.
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