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||05-04-2012 04:31 PM
Intel SSD 910 PCI Express SSD Performance
Hot Hardware have reviewed the Intel SSD 910 PCI Express SSD which is relatively fast and offers good write performance:
"...with the significant traction PCI Express SSDs have started to gain in the market, it was about time Intel offered up a solution of their own. In this arena, though there have been a few "prosumer" or high-end workstation-targeted solutions launched from the likes of OCZ and Fusion-io, the large majority of products in this class of SSD are targeted to the Datacenter and the Enterprise. The Intel SSD 910 is definitely in the latter camp. With an MSRP of $1929 for 400GiB of capacity and $3859 for an 800GiB card, even mainstream performance enthusiasts would have a hard time justifying the cost, though at about $4.82 per GB you could see a high-end workstation professional, with large datasets to crunch, making the justification perhaps.
That said, as you'll see in the pages ahead, where the new Intel SSD 910 really excels is in datacenter applications with literally thousands of concurrent IO requests that would otherwise wreck havoc with lower bandwidth solutions."
You can read the full review here
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