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Old 03-02-2011, 09:31 PM   #1
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Default Intel's SSD 510 Offers Blazing-Fast Sequentials (G3, this is Not)

Given the history of Intel's SSD line-ups, we're generally aware of what a new launch is going to bring to the table, but the company side-swiped us with the announcement of its SSD 510 series. Rather than feature Intel's G3 controller, the company opted for a Marvell offering to help deliver some incredible sequential performance.

Read through Robert's analysis of Intel's SSD 510 and discuss it here! You can be sure we'll be working on getting one of these babies in!
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