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Verbatim SSD???

Discussion in 'Storage' started by mastrdrver, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. mastrdrver

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    Anyone know what controller it uses and what the performance of it is?

    Newegg has the 256GB model priced at $1/GB, so I'm really interested.

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    Performance
    Max Sequential Read
    Up to 270 MB/s
    Max Sequential Write
    Up to 225 MB/s
    MTBF
    1,000,000 hours
    I would not buy it...
     
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    definetly not a sandforce and i would hazard a guess and say its either marvell or jmicron
     
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    I actually have a torx 2 in house if you want me to run some numbers
     
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    Wow can't believe I missed that one. Thanks! :rockout:

    If you wouldn't mind, that would be awesome.
     
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    what benchmarks you want me to run?
     
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    Do you have anything that shows random reads and writes?

    If I remember right, that is usually more important when it comes to a SSD and the real differences between them on a desktop. I know it will be limited by the interface, but for the price, if it performs, really isn't that bad for a laptop SSD or such I would think.

    edit: Well the closest priced SSD is the Samsung 830 for another ~$50. Is the performance going to be that much different?
     
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