Published on 21st July 2007 by
Originally Posted by Tim Shttp://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2007/07/21/samsung_32gb_solid_state_drive/1
It feels like we've had to forever use a rotating metal disk to store our data, but now finally solid state drives, or SSDs, are falling into the consumer fold. The question is: was it worth the wait?
Originally Posted by BioSniperDid I miss it or were there no power usage tests? That'd be nice to see imo specifically in our more power concious society :)
Originally Posted by cpemmaHow would you accurately measure the power usage of a device with no power lead? ;)
Originally Posted by MorphesI bet this would be amazing in a 360, I really am curious to see the review for the notebook
Originally Posted by NatureI'm not sure but "trusted reviews" did an article on this and I think by Mr. Swineburn (strange how he recycles..). In it, was a 6 to 8 page briefing on the note book preformance of this piece of korean hib-hob.
Originally Posted by konstaI'm relatively certain that we've been using rotating glass disks to store our data for quite a long time now...
Originally Posted by NatureI'm not sure but "trusted reviews" did an article on this and I think by Mr. Swinburne (strange how he recycles..). In it, was a 6 to 8 page briefing on the note book preformance of this piece of korean hib-hob.
Originally Posted by Hamishmeasure power usage of whole system with ssd in and then again with raptor and the seagate you used in the review
Originally Posted by leexgxPATA hard drives in laptops are far more commen then Sata disks
Originally Posted by BindibadgiAnd any chance you could spell my name correctly, it IS there under 20,000+ posts. :)
Originally Posted by MR BUNGLE- The laptop to standard PATA adaptor that I presume has been used would split the drive's connector to 40 pin IDE and a standard molex...
Originally Posted by The Articleor if youre upgrading a recent notebook make sure its SATA
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