X25-E Extreme

Intel’s X25-E Extreme uses SLC (Single-Level Cell) NAND flash and is therefore a professional enterprise product by default, not least considering that SLC drives are considerably more expensive than their MLC (Multi-Level Cell) counterparts. There is of course a flip side to the coin, which is greatly improved durability compared to the MLC NAND found […]

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311 Series

The 311 series of solid state drives is powered by Intel’s Z68 Express Chipset. The SATA II drive can reach a maximum sequential read speed of 190 MB/s and a maximum sequential write speed of 100 MB/s. The 311 can also perform at 37,000 IOPS random read and 3,300 IOPS random write in a span […]

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