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510 Series

Intel’s 510 series consists of two drives with the capacities 120GB and 250GB, both with 34nm NAND flash and support for SATA 6GBps.

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320 Series

Intel’s ‘Postville Refresh’ 320 series SSDs move to the cheaper 25nm production process but sticks with the SATA 2 interface.

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710 Series

Intel released the 710 Series SSD, a SATA II drive, in a time wherein the market is already filled with  SATA III devices. This drive is available at capacities of 100 GB, 200 GB and 300 GB. As a 3 Gbps SSD, the 710 series can only reach speeds of 270 MB/s (read) and 210 […]

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520 Series

Intel’s 520 series of SSDs includes capacities of 60 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB and 480 GB. The maximum sequential read speed for this drive is 550 MB/s while the maximum sequential write speed is 520 MB/s. The 520 is the first ever Intel SSD with a SandForce controller. This SATA III drive runs SF-2281 […]

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330 Series

The 330 Series is one of the most affordable solid state drives from Intel. It is the SATA III version of the 320 Series which means it offer higher sequential speeds and IOPS. The drive is rated at 500 MB/s for read and 450 MB/s for write with IOPS of 22,500 and 33,000 for random […]

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335 Series

The 335 Series of SSDs utilizes Intel’s 20nm NAND Flash Memory Multi-level Cell (MLC) modules and is powered by SandForce’s SF-2281VB1-SDC controller. At launch, it is available in a 240 GB model only, but more capacities will likely be available later on. As a SATA III 6 GBps drive, the 335 series boasts of a maximum […]

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