Patriot Memory announce the availability of their new Inferno series SSDs

"Developed in collaboration with SandForce, these SSD’s certainly look promising."

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Patriot Memory announce the availability of their new Inferno series SSDs

Patriot have released their new Inferno series SSDs, available in 100GB and 200GB capacities. The drives offer blazing sequential read and write speeds of 285MB/s and 275MB/s respectively. By using SandForce’s SF-1222 SSD processor with ‘DuraClass’ technology, Patriot claim to have enhanced endurance and reliability by an average of 20x over traditional SSD controllers through innovative write technology and Wear Levelling.

“The Inferno series of SSDs are the fastest and most exciting that Patriot has yet brought to market,” states Les Henry, Vice President of Engineering at Patriot. “We have been pleased to work with SandForce to bring these enterprise level SSDs to the mainstream market at a fraction of the costs. We are very impressed with the performance numbers based on the SandForce SSD Processor. This solution fits well with our objective of offering the latest technology and best performance in our product lineup.”

Patriot back up the Inferno family of SSDs with a 5-year warranty. Each Inferno SSD ships with a 2.5” to 3.5” adapter, a nice touch for those using the drives in desktop PC’s.

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26-04-2010, 20:21:01

I Hunta x
The titan fenrir is a great cooler, its in the area of the TRUE, CM V8 and Noctua NH-U12P , and costs about £30 on scan (or £35 for the red and black special edition) plan to be getting it to replace this POS Freezer 7 pro, i dont think OC3D have done a review but with a quick google you can pull up a few results pretty easy.

26-04-2010, 20:34:59

AMDFTW
just been looking at the noctua one,seems to get the same results as the true but only found reviews for the i7 will this cooler be better for a p2 940? i mean will it run cooler

26-04-2010, 20:48:22

I Hunta x
Some results from elsewere on a Phenom 2 940 @ 3.6 with 1.6v (so an extra .15v ontop of you) give the following (temps are deg C above ambient)

Fenrir (High) - 35
Fenrir (Low) - 37
OCZ Vendetta 2 - 37
Noctua NH U12P (High) - 37
Noctua NH U12P (Low) - 39
CM V8 (High) - 39
Akasa Nero - 41
CM V8 (Low) - 44

26-04-2010, 21:08:26

AMDFTW
i take it thats load?

my ambiant is 25c temps atm are between 35c-40c idle about 55c-62c load

so a titan or a noctua would suffice,ide be sticking 2 noctua fans in push/pull regardless

26-04-2010, 21:24:02

I Hunta x
aye the temps are at load

27-04-2010, 03:43:33

AMDFTW
so in theory,what with my Vcore being lower i should expect lower temps than the ones you posted,will defo be checking this cooler out

27-04-2010, 07:01:34

I Hunta x
Well just pointing out incase you didnt notice it in the ultima raptor review but OCUK are using the titan fenrir in that build and there wasnt any mention of heat problems in the review

27-04-2010, 08:58:02

AMDFTW
yer i did notice,thought it was quite ironic actualy lol,only bad thing is the way i would have to mount it as ime shure the way OCUK mounted it thats the way it has to go.

27-04-2010, 12:29:50

nepas

prolimatech doesent make a bracket for AM2.



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27-04-2010, 13:47:43

AMDFTW
lol,ahhhh ile check that out,just read some reviews and my next cooler will be the prolimtech megahalms Rev B,with the AMD mouting kit,i will be fitting 2 noctua flx fans on it in a push/pull

i should be see better temps then
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