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Mach Xtreme MX Express SSD tested and reviewed
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Default Mach Xtreme MX Express SSD tested and reviewed - 10-31-2013, 07:44 | posts: 21,697 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Join is as we review the¬*Mach Xtreme MX Express released their PCI Express SSD. This is a¬*PCI Express 2.0 x2/x4/x16 slot, the newcomers are 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1,024 GB SSDs powered by SandFo...

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Yup. Disappointing, Hilbert. It's even cheaper to buy two Samsung 840 Pro 256GB drives, which will cost you about 200 euros each, instead of 700 for the 512GB Mach. Putting those Samsungs in RAID 0 (like I have) using Intel SATA3 really doubles their individual performance. They blow those Mach "Xtreme" thingies out of the water.
   
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Yup. Disappointing, Hilbert. It's even cheaper to buy two Samsung 840 Pro 256GB drives, which will cost you about 200 euros each, instead of 700 for the 512GB Mach. Putting those Samsungs in RAID 0 (like I have) using Intel SATA3 really doubles their individual performance. They blow those Mach "Xtreme" thingies out of the water.
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