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CFD Unleashes the Interceptor line of SSDs

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  1. btarunr

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    Japanese company CFD has unveiled a new line of multi-level cell SSDs under the "Interceptor" series. The series consists of four models based on the capacities: 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB. The former two offer read/write speeds of 200/95 MB/s, while the latter two offer 240/150 MB/s: a significant difference in performance. The company also published raw performance figures on the product page, where the drives were tested on reasonably powerful current-generation machines. As for prices, the 32 GB model will be priced at 18,800 JPY (around US $194.5), 64 GB for 28,800 JPY (around $298), 128 GB for 45,800 JPY (around $474), and 256 GB for 79,800 (around $825).

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    lol... an x58, 6GB of ram core i7 test system.... on windows XP 32 bit.
     
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    People these days:shadedshu
    cheap os on a Uber rig.
    but that is just like mine, 4 Gbs with 32bit os:D
     
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    with a 256MB video card, you arent hit so badly anyway.
    (see link in my sig if you dont understand what i mean)
     
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    xp 32 bit has faster disk access/ benches a bit faster than vista. Thats prolly the only reason they use it.
     
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    That is hideously expensive.
     
  8. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    and it only shows 2.5gb under the os rofl
     
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    which is weird as hell, unless that 9400 is a 1.5GB model :laugh:
     
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    maybe its the 1GB model and they dont know what the PAE switch is
     

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