Intel's IDF Agenda Includes Overclocking Solid State Drive Technology

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aaronj2906

Count me in on NOT applying o/c to storage. I choose data integrity over that little bit of extra performance.

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pastorbob

Interesting concept but I am with wolfing on this one. My data is too valuable for me to take a chance with it. Even though I have multiple backups, why tempt fate?

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wolfing

if I overclock my RAM, video card or CPU too much, worst thing that can happen is I have to buy new one. But when it comes to data, I definitely won't experiment with it.

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AFDozerman

As Nazi as Intel is with overclocking their parts, you'd think they would be the last company to do this.