Honey I shrunk the Flash ... Intel's new 25nm 320 series of SSDs
Subject: Storage | March 28, 2011 - 12:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Not too long ago we saw the performance of Intel's new 510 lineup of SSDs, intended to be their faster SATA 6Gbs series in comparison to the soon to be released SATA 3GBs 320 series. Al was not overly impressed with the performance of the 256GB 510 model he tested, not so much because it was not fast but because it didn't destroy the competitions like the previous generation of Intel SSDs did. The Tech Report examines the SSD intended as a mid-range product, with brand new 25nm flash and the Intel controller we have become familiar with.
"Intel has another new solid-state drive, and this time it's an all in-house affair with 25-nano flash. Keep reading for the skinny on the Intel 320 Series SSD."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Intel 320 Series 300GB SSD Review w/ 25nm Flash @ Legit Reviews
- Intel 320 Series 300GB SATA II SSD Review - Intel Maintains Focus On SATA II SSD Consumer Need @ The SSD Review
- Crucial m4 256GB SATA 6G SSD Preview and Next Gen 2x0+ GB Shootout @ Tweaktown
- Corsair Performance 3 128GB Solid State Drive @ Tweaktown
- Kingston V100 SSD Firmware Update @ OC3D
- Kingston Releases Important Firmware Fix for SSDNow V100 Solid- State Drives @ Techgage