Friday, July 24th 2009

A-Data Adds SX95 2.5 inch SSD to Its XPG Product Line

As demand for high performance and stable SSD continues to increase, A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory and Flash products, today expanded its XPG product line to include SX95 SATA II 2.5" SSD, designed for PC users who is seeking for killer speed and stable SSD storage.

The XPG SX95 SATA II 2.5" SSD features new architecture and controller design, provide outstanding transfer rates up to 230MB/sec read and 180MB/sec write (256GB/128GB), thanks to the onboard DRAM cache buffer. Whereas, the lower-density SSDs with 64GB or 32GB perform up to 210MB/sec and 140MB/sec read/write speeds.

Taking the advantages of latest SSD technology development, the XPG SX95 SATA II 2.5" SSD is an alternative solutions on reliability, high performance, low power consumption and temperature storage, able to increase the productivity of the PC users. The XPG SX95 also provides built-in ECC (Error Correction Code) to ensure high reliability of data transfer to maintain the system integrity. The advanced wear-leveling technology also guarantees longer lifespan and preserves the data integrity, and 1 million hour MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) for long-term application. Another benefit of SX95 includes the latest function for firmware updates to maintain the best performance.

Equipped with a tough yet lightweight alloy housing and SATA II interface, the XPG SX95 SATA II 2.5" SSD is offered in capacities of 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB.
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3 Comments on A-Data Adds SX95 2.5 inch SSD to Its XPG Product Line

Teh price is ...?
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Teh price is ...?
hahahahaha whenever i see a ssd in a puicture thats all i wanna know too hahaha they should show the picture wth the shortest anouncement ever

Controler: _______

anything else is like why rofl hahahaha
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I personally don't care about the controller, I only take the real rates in practice and final result. I like the idea of getting 3x32GB drives, put them in RAID 0, and use them for important things that I would like to see them fly. While keeping my actual 3x320GB RAID 0 for general & storage purposes.

Wait a minute... I only have 1 (Nforce) Sata left :cry: I will have to buy a Sata controller and put my DVD burner there... but still... I only have 5 internal Sata ports...
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