More on the Z68's love affair with SSDs
Subject: Motherboards, Storage | April 28, 2011 - 06:49 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: z68, ssd, ssd caching, Intel
Since it would be cruel to leave you only with the leaked SSD family from Intel and a few hints from ASRock about the performance increase from even a 20GB SSD, here is some more information from VR-Zone. Bear in mind we are still in the territory of leaked info and informed guessing but the topic is one worth keeping up with.
"Intel plans to officially launch Z68 Express chipset on May 18th but you will be able to see reviews online from 12th onwards. Of course, those who can't wait for the official launch can already purchase the Gigabyte Z68X-UD7-B3 board from the retail market, first available in Taiwan and then the rest of the world in the coming weeks. Other brands like ASUS and ASRock are set to hit the retail next. Those enthusiasts hoping they can overclock their Sandy Bridge better on Z68 than the P67 will probably be disappointed but there is one important feature of Z68 that matters, and that is the SSD caching."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- The Kingston SSDNow V+100 96GB SSD Upgrade Bundle @Hi Tech Legion
- Kingston SSDNow V+ 100 @ Hardwarebistro
- Kingston Technology DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive @ Mod Synergy
- Mach Extreme MX-GX 16GB USB 3.0 @ Overclockers Online
- Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 1 TB Portable (USB 3.0) Hard Disk Drive @ TechARP
- Crucial Unleashes the M4 SATA 3 SSD To The Public @ The SSD Review
- Cubitek Magic Cube 8HDD Review @ OCC
- Synology DiskStation DS411+ @ Legion Hardware
- OCZ Vertex 2 (E) 120 GB Solid State Drive @ TechARP
- Crucial m4 Solid State Drive Tests @ Benchmark Reviews
- Zalman N128 128 GB SSD @ techPowerUp
- ineo NA316N1 All-in-One NAS Server Review @ BayReviews
- SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS –I Card 8GB @ t-break
- LaCie XtremKey Thumb Drive @ Metku.net
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