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Super Talent Introduces USB 3.0 Based Flash Drive, PCIe Storage Solution and SSDs

Discussion in 'News' started by Darksaber, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. Darksaber

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    Super Talent's highlight is a USB 3.0 flash drive. The unit manages over 300 MB/s read and 176 MB/s write performance. It comes in 32, 64 and 128 GB versions and utilizes multiple controllers (USB 3.0 -> SATA 6 Gb/s -> Flash) to achieve the performance. Super Talent is also displaying a PCI-E x8 based RAIDDrive SSD in their booth. It manages over 80,000 IOPS per second at 4k, comes with capacity of up to 2 TB, configured in RAID 0 or 5. Lastly there is also a Sandforce based SSD, called UltraDrive FX2. On the memory end, we are not seeing any new products. As a minor improvement, Super Talent has now clearly marked their memory with "Performance" and "Speed" labels.

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    Woo hoo, looking good. Loving that PCIe card and the SSD. That USB drive looks good too. Wonder what the transfer rates in real time were for the USB 3.0 thumb drive.
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    Eew that's a lot of fingerprints on the USB3 drive :ohwell: But it's nice to see USB 3.0 stuff coming out and more SSDs too of course, now just make 2010 the year it got mainstream (price).
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    It's good to see the adaptation, of USB 3, but a more reputable brand is what I'll be waiting for.
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    What I would like is for someone to FINALLY test the PCI-e SSD, it's been touted since last summer (?) and still no tests or real world word on performance/speeds. :twitch:

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