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ADATA AXNP280E NGFF SSD Gives Ultrabooks 1800 MB/s Storage

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Impressed with the SX2000 enterprise SSD? Wish you could have those speeds on a consumer device? The AXNP280E from ADATA could soon become an option. This NGFF (next-generation form-factor) SSD is based on a client variant of the LSI-Sandforce SF-8639 controller, which interfaces with the system over PCI-Express 2.0 x4, and offers sequential transfer rates as high as 1,800 MB/s reads and writes, with up to 200,000 IOPS 4K random access, and features essential to client SSDs, such as TRIM and NCQ. Unlike the 2.5-inch SX2000, the AXNP280E is a little constrained with space, and comes in just 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB variants. The latter was on display.



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Will be expensive, really expensive.
 
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I have 6GB of Corsair Dominator 1600MHz RAM in my PC. The other day I created a RamDisk. The write speed is 1,800MB/s. I'm just gobsmacked that a non-volatile storage device can do the same. It makes those Samsung 840 SSDs look kind of pokey by comparison.