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G.Skill Titan SSDs Ship in 128GB and 256GB Capacities

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    G.Skill has also expanded its solid-state offerings, by introducing the new Titan SSDs. Available in 128GB and 256GB models, the 2.5-inch Titan drives make use of MLC (multi-level cell) NAND flash chips, have a second generation SATA 3.0 interface and a MTBF (mean time between failure) of 1.5 million hours. The drives also have built-in EDC/ECC data protection. The manufacturer claims sequential read and write speeds of up to 218MB/s and 162MB/s respectively. The G.Skill SSDs are covered in a strong metal alloy housing and ship with a 2 year warranty.

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    Superb spec. My guess would have been that the first "BIG" SSDs would be on cheaper/slower tech. Those speeds are top dollar. Impressive.

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    These sound almost 'too' good. There needs to be some reviews done on them or something. Although it would be hard to put that 1.5 million hours to the test.
     
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    Until warranties on these things hits 3-5 years like desktop drives, I'm not touching them.

    Very good speeds though.
     
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    math class: high speed + high capacity + SSD = an arm, two legs and a testicle
     

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