Innodisk Crams 128GB into Teeny Tiny SSD

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Jox

How much you wanna bet that chick was sitting on the vibrating mobo when no-one was around?

-Jox

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cicicicico1

I have to comments here.

first:

Anyone think about in handheld devices like the next iphone

 

Second:

If they could produce these cheap you could have like 10 of them in rain for BITCHING performance in a space no larger than a hard drive. 

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nekollx

Performance is nice but not raidworhty. The Comercial SSDs out now are hittign to 250mb/sec limit this is like well quite a bit less but still nice.

 

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Mr.Pooney

I just wanna know when i can get my hands on a USB 3.0 equiped version so i can retire my

Toshiba 160GB external HDD 

 

Intel C2D E7200

ASUS P5K/EPU MoBo

BFG 8800 GT OC2 Video Card

4GB Kingston HyperX 1066 DDR2 Ram

5 W.D 500GB HD

2 LG G22N 20x DVD±RW DL

CoolerMaster 650Watt PS

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knexkid

Something like this should come built in to the motherboard for the OS and applications, etc.

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nekollx

That's...actualy a brilliant idea

 

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Caboose

 The only issue, is that if it's built in to the mobo, and it's your primary storage, and it goes tits up, then you're SOL. Unless it's something that can be replaced without replacing the entire mobo.

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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Mr.Pooney

SSD's are so small that would be a good idea but then again.... only if it could be replaceable

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Intel C2D E7200

ASUS P5K/EPU MoBo

BFG 8800 GT OC2 Video Card

4GB Kingston HyperX 1066 DDR2 Ram

5 W.D 500GB HD

2 LG G22N 20x DVD±RW DL

CoolerMaster 650Watt PS

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