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happyrock

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this is from guru3d...complete benchmarks here...
Let me just throw some numbers at you 1500 MB/s maximum read performance, or what about 1250 MB/s maximum write performance ? No that still didn't do it for you ... well what about 200.000 IOPS (4K writes)

this is state-of-the-art

makes me think that that SSD would take my Corsair m4 and the Crucial RealSSD C300 SSD's lunch money
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Digerati

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They are small too, so you might as well get several! :)
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happyrock

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I did...the M4 and the C300...turns out they are dog slow... :)
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As soon as they are available I will get one to put in my Commodore 64!! :)
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