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Wednesday, 06 June 2007 06:18

OCZ Firewire memory key writes 40MB/Sec

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07:
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OCZ is working hard on its Firewire based memory key and we have seen it in action. The prototype is still the size of a baby shoes box but we´ve seen the model how it will look at the end. USB based memory key can write 12 MB and read almost 22 MB/s a second on the large files while the Firewire one writes just over 40MB/s in the same test and reads the same file at up to 46 MB/s.

USB keys can do faster than 12 MB/s but still cannot even get close to 46MB/s, that is why you will need the Firewire interface.

We still don’t know when OCZ plans to ship this product but it should be out before Xmas. 

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