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Super Talent Announces SuperNova SATA III SSD Series

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  1. btarunr

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    Super Talent Technology, a leader of NAND Flash storage solutions, today announces their enduring, and most reliable SSD to date, the SATA3 SuperNova.

    Whether you’re a large corporation or a small company the Supernova provides the advantages to reduce TCO. The SuperNova features thermal conductive silicon padding which prevents overheating and requires less cooling. Increase the speed and lifetime of data along with the most secure encryption on the planet, and the proprietary RAISE technology that virtually eliminates unrecoverable read errors makes the SuperNova the ideal choice.

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    The Supernova is our most secure and efficient SSD to date. For increased; write endurances, lightning fast access times, a three year warranty, and a drive that is supported by all operating systems–the SuperNova is the superior choice.

    The SuperNova is ideal for routers, server farms, or simulation applications. If you are looking to access data quickly, remove bottlenecks, and reduce operational costs SuperNova stands in a class of its own. SuperTalent’s new SuperNova is available in 128GB and 256GB capacities, the SuperNova begins shipping today,
     
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    Man the warranties on these things are pretty bad..
    A lot of people actually expect the hardware they buy to work for a reliable period of time..
    3 year warranty to me = "We know our stuff is going to break fast"..
    I'm staying with standard HD's until reliablilty and price change places.. One is ridiculously high, one is ridiculously low..
    My eyes are starting to look though finally.. Just not quite there yet, in the performance/price/longevity equation.
     

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