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Patriot Memory Readies Three New Lines of SSD

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  1. btarunr

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    In its CeBIT invitation circular, Patriot Memory unveiled names of three new client SSD product lines, which it will launch in Hanover. These include new high-performance client SSD lines, the Wildfire Pro, and Wildfire SE; and a new mainstream client SSD line called Magma. With no other details, we're left to only speculate. Patriot's flagship SandForce SF-2281 driven Wildfire series features among some of the highest performing SATA 6 Gb/s client SSDs. The Wildfire Pro and SE, in all probability, could be higher-performing parts, with higher sequential speeds, and random access performance. With Magma, Patriot could design a client SSD using a controller of another make than SandForce; probably Marvell, or even OCZ-Indilinx.

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    Go Patriot! Loving my Pyro series SSD's. (Especially with the rebates they were/are offering on them) Made in the USA, 3 year warranty!
     
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    What happens after 3 years?? I heard that most of SSD crap down just after that period....
     
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    Maybe I am speaking for myself here, but how many HDD have you ever owned for 3 years? As long as I am covered for my expected use of the drive I am happy. Regardless, 3 years is great - especially seeing rotational HDD warranties being stripped down to 1 year!
     

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