OCZ Technology announce SATA 6Gbps SSDs

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I just posted the article OCZ Technology announce SATA 6Gbps SSDs.

As I predicted a couple of weeks ago, OCZ Technology would be
the first to announce SSDs using the new SandForce 2000 family of SSD
controllers, and SATA 6Gbps.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ocz-technology-announce-sata-6gbps-ssds-38637/](http://www.myce.com/news/ocz-technology-announce-sata-6gbps-ssds-38637/)

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#2

I cant wait for these Wendy, this new build will probably be my last, I am retiring soon so not so much money to spend.:iagree:


#3

That IBIS XL reminds me of the very early days of hard disks (early 1980s), which started at 10MB in capacity. I.e. they typically took a 5.25" bay and required their own add-on controller card (that time an ISA controller) and data cable.

I wouldn’t mind that 4TB IBIS XL :smiley:


#4

It probably is not too far off that SSD will be integrated onto a motherboard for boot volumes. We just need a better file system for it. I don’t think NTFS (at least in it’s current state) is the future for SSD technology.


#5

[QUOTE=SithTracy;2568294]It probably is not too far off that SSD will be integrated onto a motherboard for boot volumes. We just need a better file system for it. I don’t think NTFS (at least in it’s current state) is the future for SSD technology.[/QUOTE]

With the SSD memory type it is possible and this will be perhaps one way to develop the achitecture in the near future , leaving the storage issue a little more indipendent - I mean external - specially now , starting with eSATA 6GB ,USB 3. However it should also have definitely a larger lifespan … 3 years it’s not enough :disagree: