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Corsair intros new Extreme SSD Series

Written by IT News on 9:38 PM

CorsairCorsair has recently updated its range of high performance Solid State Drives with the introduction of a new Extreme Series line. According to the company, its new family of high-end SSDs will be available in storage capacities of 32, 64 and 128GB. According to Corsair, the new line of SSDs designed using the new Indilinx Barefoot controller to storage with performance of up to 240MB / s read and 170MB / s write. This places Corsair latest offer some of the highest performance SSD solutions on the market.

"The combination of Indilinx Barefoot controller, Samsung flash memory and 64 MB of onboard cache gives blisters, stutter-free performance, eliminating bottlenecks that traditional mechanical hard drives," says Jim Carlton, VP Marketing at Corsair. "The New Extreme Series SSDs are ideal for use as primarily operates in computers and laptops, and RAID 0 configurations in high-performance computers for enthusiasts who want extreme performance."

The new Corsair Extreme SSD series is built with a mixture of the Samsung MLC NAND Flash memory and the new Indilinx Barefoot controller, which allows a maximum reading speed of 240MB / s and write speed up to 170MB / s. In addition, the new discs with the end-user upgrade firmware that makes it possible to provide support to the next TRIM command in Windows 7. The upgrade will be made available via their own website.

Despite the fact that Corsair does not have full information on the prices of the new series, Slash Gear reports that these devices are already available for the same price as U.S. $413.99 U.S. $249.99 and U.S. $125.99 for the X128, x64 and x32 models, respectively.

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