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STT's Super Hybrid is a value driven solution for high speed storage needs!

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  1. Sin

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    Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, announces its Super Hybrid drives for enterprise and desktop consumers.
    The Super Hybrid is a group of SSDs and an HDD combined together that is connected to a system through a PCIe slot. This new product supports sequential read and write speeds of up to 800 MB/s with a cache of 192 GB.

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    Our Super Hybrid product line is the solution for high performance storage at a low cost. While SSDs may be fast, they are currently limited by storage space. By combining the two, Super Talent is able to bring great performance with large storage space to the market at a competitive price.

    • Part Number PP4192C12H
      Capacity 1.2 TB
    • Part Number PP4192C23H
      Capacity 2.2 TB

    The drives come pre-installed with the Marvell Storage Utility into the Serial Peripheral Interface Bus which allows plug and play usage right away. Not only can these drives be used for NAS and Servers, but desktop users can take advantage of the large storage space and impressive speeds as well.
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    .... nice and all but,... is it bootable ? :rolleyes:
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    I would expect it to be so, however not certain about it.
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    Yeah, i've been eyeing one of those (semi-hybrid) pcie cards and unfortunately none have been bootable so far :ohwell:
    i wonder if it because of the controller
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    Another blast from the past this one... :wtf:

    ...looks just like those old all-in-one SCSI controllers for the commodore Amiga! :p

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    hellrazor says thanks.
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    Heh, an old computer of mine ages ago had a 10GB Quantum Fireball as its HDD, and it took its name as inspiration. My data burned :shadedshu
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    LOL! My first homebuilt back in 97 had a Fireball EX in it! It was a whopping 5 FIVE GIGABYTES!! :roll:
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    Yep, me to. Had a Windows 95 restore disk with full OS on it on a 640MB CD. Also had OFFICE 95, Plus+ 95, and some other utilities on the same CD. Hehe. Good ol' times.
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    How is the caching on this achieved. Is it really using the 192GB as a cache or it is just doing that stupid thing where it mirrors the first 192GB of the hard drive to the SSD?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    I think it just puts (cache) the most used programs on SSD, OS included...
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    oh man i remember sthe days with my maxtor 6GB and 40GB both died very fast! just the seagate 120GB and 200GB are still rocking in older s775 systems ^^


    I think these are made for server, so how much?

    i saw these pci-e ssd but i don't get it... is sata 3 that slow? I think for normal and even enthusiasts anything more than an ssd raid setup - already insane - theres no real need or benefit to it

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