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OCZ Chiron High-Capacity SSD Detailed

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  1. btarunr

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    OCZ is also working on a high-capacity SSD line, targeting data-centers that seek higher performance and capacity, called Chiron. Built in the 3.5-inch form-factor with a 6 Gb/s serial interface (not sure if it's SAS or SATA), the Chiron is a complex SSD, which consists of multiple SSD sub-units, each driven by OCZ-Indilinx Everest controllers, maintained in an abstract RAID configuration by a localized RAID controller. The drive is available in capacities as high as 4 TB, and provides sequential performance as high as 560 MB/s, with 4K access performance of 100,000 IOPS.

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    I've already sold my kidney for the AEONDrive. What should i sell for this one?
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    Other kidney.
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    A lung and a retina by the looks of it
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    According to OCZ website, this series of drives has been out since 2009
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    I think i'll need the other one. But i might not need the left testicle. Who needs it with drive like this :D

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