Exclusive: OCZ Trion 150 - RevoDrive 400 and Z-Drive 6300 Info & Photos

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Solfaur Ancient Guru

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    I'll grab that 6.4TB model, brb. :banana:
     
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    RevoDrive 400, really interesting to see another NVMe drive to battle Samsung 950 in m.2 pci-e 3 x4 slot performance market.

    Specs looks good let's see prices.
     
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    Yeah that Revo400 looks interesting. I'm currently waiting for a 1TB 950 but if something else comes along that matches the performance for a decent price (needs to be much lower than Intel's 750) then I'll pick it up.
     

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    Those speeds are amazing, i bet the price is too, still waiting on SSD and the like, prices to drop down to HDD prices, till that happens SSD will never replace hdd
     
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    6.4 TB SSD? That's pretty sweet, but I'll have to admit the 400 series in a 1 TB version is what I'm most curious about (since I'm sure the 600 series is pretty $$$$$$$$$$$). :nerd:
     
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    although this looks good, if I'm gonna drop a ton of cash on any new fast storage, its going to be Intel's 3d Xpoint drives "Optane".
     
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    If it is faster than my Sm951 nvme 512GB on 4k random read @ QD=1 , I'll buy it!

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    It's going to be a while still before SSDs are price competitive with HDDs.... I'd venture to guess at least a few more years. Right now, you can get a 1TB HDD for roughly the price of a 120GB SSD and a 2TB for roughly the price of a 250GB SSD. Of course, pricing all depends on where you're shopping and my comparisons are based on prices at retailers local to me.

    SSD's still have a horrible cost/performance ratio compared to some (*cough* Seagate *cough*) mechanical drives. The read/write speeds for my Crucial M4 256GB is barely faster than my 1TB Seagate Barracuda....but I paid $60 for the Seagate whereas a 256GB SSD runs $120+.

    The only drives that really make sense, are the NVMe drives with insanely fast read/write speeds. I'm holding out for a price drop on the 512GB drives before I "upgrade"....
     

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