Leaving some room for improvement

Subject: Storage | June 15, 2009 - 12:54 PM |
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The review of the G.Skill Falcon at Hardware Canucks comes with an interesting fact that may help some SSD's reputations.  It seems very possible that any built using the Indilinx Big Foot Controller will come with jumpers, which means hardware flashing will be possible.  Considering that the Falcon supports the TRIM command right out of the box, this shows a plan for steady improvements to the controller.  Take a peek at the full review to see just how mature this particular drive is.

"While SSDs may be a dime a dozen, there are very few drives out there that could be counted as a viable alternative

to the ages-old hard disk drive. Stutter issues as well as general performance pitfalls have kept these expensive

products to niche markets instead of making serious inroads as people’s OS drives. G.Skill’s Falcon series

promises to rectify all that. But can it?"

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