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OCZ Vector PCIe Is Pretty Darn Fast !
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Default OCZ Vector PCIe Is Pretty Darn Fast ! - 03-05-2013, 17:50 | posts: 21,285 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Over at CeBIT OCZ is showing the OCZ Vector PCIe, the whole whopping 960 GB unit actually. The PCIe x4 (gen 2) slot based storage unit will be based on two controllers and will become available in 2...

OCZ Vector PCIe Is Pretty Darn Fast !
   
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Default 03-05-2013, 18:38 | posts: 188 | Location: Québec

Geez ! I want one at least one hehe ...
   
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Default 03-05-2013, 18:40 | posts: 5,857 | Location: Montreal

''pretty darn fast'' is an understatement. HOLY SH** is more like it
   
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Default 03-05-2013, 19:28 | posts: 29

That's the ticket right there... no 6Gb/s limitation, free SATA ports. Something to use my x4 slot for - like they were made for each other. Same speeds across all data types? Sold, when can I get it?
   
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Default 03-05-2013, 20:31 | posts: 140 | Location: Freiburg, Germany

Also stunning will be the price too
   
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Default 03-05-2013, 21:46 | posts: 13,544 | Location: USA

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''pretty darn fast'' is an understatement. HOLY SH** is more like it
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Default 03-05-2013, 21:58 | posts: 14

What's the big deal, any two new ssd's get better numbers in R0, and I would bet for a whole lot less money too.

That unit has two controllers so it comes in an R0 setup already.
   
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Default 03-06-2013, 07:01 | posts: 344

Problem: We're still locked at 7 expansion slots. So let's consider: tril SLI, 6 slots, dedicated soundcard, 1 slot, PCIe SSD, ....oops, out of slots.

I guess we need a new formfactor for mainboards with 8-10 expansion slots. There are already a few cases that support that many. Of course that also means we need a platform that delivers far more PCIe lanes than the ones we have now.

Or they could deliver thaat special PCIe connector in place of the SATA ports already. Same speed, no expansion slot sacrificed.
   
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Problem: We're still locked at 7 expansion slots. So let's consider: tril SLI, 6 slots, dedicated soundcard, 1 slot, PCIe SSD, ....oops, out of slots.

I guess we need a new formfactor for mainboards with 8-10 expansion slots. There are already a few cases that support that many. Of course that also means we need a platform that delivers far more PCIe lanes than the ones we have now.

Or they could deliver thaat special PCIe connector in place of the SATA ports already. Same speed, no expansion slot sacrificed.
that set up is a very small percentage of people out there. So they not gonna worry.
   
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Default 03-06-2013, 13:16 | posts: 2,222

Still waiting to see what this brings to the party

http://rog.asus.com/199862013/news/g...r-express-ssd/
   
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Default 03-06-2013, 21:20 | posts: 344

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that set up is a very small percentage of people out there. So they not gonna worry.
True, but a PCIe SSD is for a very small percentage as well for now, it's equally expensive
   
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