The guys at patriot have an interesting demo up and running. They managed to build the worlds fastest PC, using five LSI controllers to connect forty SSDs to them. The system manages a sustained 155,000 IOPS/s This may not give you and idea about the actual speed, but we were given a great example. Ripping a Blu-Ray takes 2-3 hours on a good PC. It takes a mere 0.9 seconds on this one. Yes, less than "one Mississippi". For all of you wanting to build a system like this, be prepared to spend around 60,000 US Dollars on it. Besides that they are showing off some of their memory, and a small device called "Gear box", which is a dual USB 2.0 to Ethernet adapter which can be used as a file server or print server. The unit goes for a mere 49 US Dollars. On top of that, they have a few SDXC cards on display as well.