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Friday, 14 May 2010 12:45

Patriot launches Inferno SSD series

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Sandforce-based

Patriot Memory has updated its line of solid state drives with Inferno series, a Sandforce SF-1200 series based SSD. The new Inferno series will be available in 100GB and 200GB capacities.

The new Inferno series features SF-1200 series controller, or to be precise SF-1222 paired up with MLC NAND flash memory chips. The maximum read and write speeds are set at 285 and 275MB/s. One thing that really pushes Patriot ahead of the competition is the five years warranty, which is definitely something that you don't see every day.

Compared to previous SSD controllers these SSDs, thanks to Sandforce DuraClass technology, provide enhanced endurance and reliability via "innovative write technology and Wear Leveling".

The new Inferno is already listed over at Newegg.com with a US $369.00 price tag for the 100GB version and US $679.00 for the 200GB one. You can find them both here.

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