Monday, April 20th 2009

G.Skill Announces the Falcon MLC-based SSDs in 64 GB to 256 GB Capacities

G.Skill International Co. Ltd., a world leader in extreme performance storage and memory products with solid quality, today launches Falcon SATA II 2.5" MLC-based Solid State Drive (SSD) Series based on the latest, cutting edge Indilink controller. With a huge 64 MB dram buffer, the Falcon series represents the best read/write performance stability while avoiding OS stutter. The Falcon series is available in large capacities of 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB: the read/write performance of the 128 GB and 256 GB drives are an industry leading 230/190 MB/Sec, while the 64 GB drives are capable of 230/135 MB/Sec.
G.Skill is a dedicated provider of the best PC enthusiast computer storage and memory solutions, and the Falcon SSD once again reaffirms this, providing both desktop and laptop users the best choice of data storage device, retaining reliable quality and a highly power efficient nature. G.Skill SSDs are designed to yield an impressive 1.5 million hour mean time before failure (MTBF) and include an international 2 year warranty as well as ever ready technical back-up. For more information, please visit this page here.
Source: G.Skill
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6 Comments on G.Skill Announces the Falcon MLC-based SSDs in 64 GB to 256 GB Capacities

Solid state drives are just zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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its cool.. i might look into it more..
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Good stuff. We need more SSDs based on the excellent Indilinx controllers.

Hopefully manufacturers will figure it out and stop making SSDs with those garbage JMicron controllers...
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I wonder if that's the same controller the OCZ Vertex series are using too, they were released what around a month ago, and have similar speed specs, similar 64mb cache. Good to see SSD's improving at a good rate, prices keep going down, soon enough I might be able to justify one (or two for raid 0 :D ).
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The G.Skill Falcon is the same drive as the OCZ Vertex and SuperTalent MasterDrive ME SSDs. They all use the same Indilinx Barefoot controller...
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