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Tuesday, 29 June 2010 13:13

OCZ officially rolls out its RevoDrive

Written by Slobodan Simic
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The PCI-Express SSD

Although it was listed for quite a while, OCZ has officially rolled out its high-performance and "affordable" PCI-Express based solid state drive, the RevoDrive. The RevoDrive is based on two Sandforce controllers working in RAID and paired up with MLC NAND flash chips.

The RevoDrive uses PCI-Express x4 interface and has read and write speeds of up to 540MB/s and 480MB/s respectively, with random write performance of up to 80,000IOPS. Although the price is still pretty high, we must note it surely sounds affordable considering that it has a suggested price tag of US $3 per gigabyte, which isn't that bad considering the performance.

The RevoDrive is backed by a three-year warranty and will be available in 120 and 240GB version with a suggested price tag of US $390 and US $700.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 29 June 2010 13:19
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0 #1 AMD 2010-06-29 14:00
Yum Yum, I want one... but I think a regular SSD will have a better seek time..
 
 
+1 #2 Adamal 2010-06-29 20:56
Quoting AMD:
Yum Yum, I want one... but I think a regular SSD will have a better seek time..


What makes you say that?
 
 
+1 #3 Mech0z 2010-06-29 23:00
Its really nice, but I am not buying one until TRIM works (As it does not as of now) else performance will move close to performance of a single driver
 
 
0 #4 AMD 2010-06-30 22:17
Quoting Adamal:
Quoting AMD:
Yum Yum, I want one... but I think a regular SSD will have a better seek time..


What makes you say that?


I think I read this once in a review...
 

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