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Corsair X128 SSD reviewed [Guru3D]
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Default Corsair X128 SSD reviewed [Guru3D] - 08-27-2009, 08:00 | posts: 6,462

Corsair just launched the X series with the X for eXtreme and you guessed it already it's an Indilinx controller based product. Armed with Samsung NAND flash memory and a nice 64MB cache to make your...

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looks like the consistancy of ssd's is getting pretty solid ,. now the price just needs to calm down a tad more and i'm all over it like a fat kid lovin' cake.
   
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Cripes, these things just keep coming. It's like the SSD development cycle is a wheel powered by a pair of weasels on crack. The darn things are obsolete before you even get a chance to buy one!
   
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GOOD! im all for the advancement of the technology, considering the market needs saturation for these wonderful drives to become standardized and prices to continue dropping
   
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I so want to get some my self, just waiting till i can get a 500gig for around $300
   
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I so want to get some my self, just waiting till i can get a 500gig for around $300
That would take forever. Since OCZ release SSD 1 TB for 2500 dollar. Someone has to rival them and make the price cut more than 75 % in this year.
   
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