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2011 was a very good year for SSDs. This year, every single new SSD released supported the SATA 6Gbps interface that finally puts the 6Gbps SATA connectors on our motherboard to full use. Unlike mechanical drives (which cannot saturate the bandwidth), SSDs are able to put the SATA III ports into great use offering exceptional performance. This year, three big SSD controllers dominated the landscape: the Marvell 88SS9174, SandForce SF-2000, and Indilinx Everest. Crucial was the first company to bring us a 6Gbps-compatible SSD: the C300 featuring the Marvell 9174 controller. Then at the beginning of 2011, the SandForce brought us their SF-2200 controller to the market. While the OCZ Vertex 3 was the first drive with such controller, various vendors, such as Silicon Image, Patriot, Corsair, and Kingston quickly followed the footstep and launched their own drives. Then, a few weeks ago, OCZ brought the Octane featuring the latest Indilinx Everest controller. Being the first with 6 Gbps controller, Crucial/Micron did not launch a new lineup this year, instead choosing to fine-tune the existing SATA III line, resulting in the newest iteration called the m4/C400.
By MaximumPC, published 18-04-2011
Breaking the 250MB/s barrier with no moving parts If the automotive world progressed as fast as the computer industry, the old joke goes, we‘d all have $1,000 cars that get 400 miles to the gallon, never need maintenance, and crash catastrophic-ally every eight weeks for no reason. Ancient punch lines aside, comparing this year’s storage options to those of even half a decade ago would be like...
By HotHardware, published 04-11-2011
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