Patriot Launches Neat HDD/SSD Enclosures

"High-performance memory manufacturer Patriot Memory today took the wraps off two new HDD/SSD enclosures."

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Patriot Launches Neat HDD/SSD Enclosures
 
The Convoy series enclosures from Patriot are complete RAID solutionsHigh-performance memory manufacturer Patriot Memory today took the wraps off two new HDD/SSD enclosures. Dubbed the Convoy and Convoy XL respectively, Patriot Memory claims the enclosures are complete RAID solutions.
 
Both enclosures are 3.5in ones and can accommodate up to two 2.5in drives. Connectivity options include USB and SATA. While both enclosures are almost the same, the Convoy XL has an additional feature in the form a built-in RAID controller for RAID 0 and 1.
 
The supplied stand allows both enclosures to be used as external docking bays for 2.5in drives, an ideal option for users who prefer to use a 2.5in SSD as an external storage for their desktops or netbooks. The neat looking enclosures allow them to do away with the 3.5in to 2.5in adapters for their SSDs.
 
Expected to become available soon, both enclosures will carry a one-year warranty, though no information is available on the pricing.
 
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26-05-2009, 12:29:50

Youngie1337
Just got given a FREE x1650 pro, seen some great reviews about it lol. Anyone used it and is it any good? I know it's not the best of cards but it's free and better than the Geforce 4mx I was using.

26-05-2009, 13:16:18

Lynx
Was the 8800gt of its day :)

26-05-2009, 13:26:19

Youngie1337
Ha good to hear, just seen a YouTube vid of it playing Crysis and GTA 4 lol. Seemed nice steady frame rate also. Not many people can play GTA 4 :P.

26-05-2009, 14:41:54

Kempez
Still got one somewhere I think. Does the job :p

26-05-2009, 15:03:40

Youngie1337
[IMG]http://upload.overclock3d.net/dwn/262004027816/upload.jpg[/IMG]

Don't understand the box says 512Mb but the card says 256Mb. Bit confusing.

26-05-2009, 15:12:50

rapidman17
well if you had paid for it then u would hav been conned :(

...luckily for u it was for free so no complaints i guess ;)

26-05-2009, 15:14:47

Youngie1337

well if you had paid for it then u would hav been conned :(

...luckily for u it was for free so no complaints i guess ;)



Thing is it's exactly same card :D. Hmm but yes luckily didn't cost me a penny :D.
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