Apricorn Releases Aegis Padlock Pro Encrypted Drives

"Storage devices’ manufacturer Apricorn today announced the expansion of its Apricorn suite of hardware encrypted portable drives with the new Aegis Padlock Pro."

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Storage devices’ manufacturer Apricorn today announced the expansion of its Apricorn suite of hardware encrypted portable drives with the new Aegis Padlock Pro. According to the manufacturer, the Padlock Pro boasts of the latest in speed and security.

The Aegis Padlock Pro features multiple connectivity options in the form of a standard eSATA port, a traditional USB port and the latest eSATA/USB Combo port. Available in both traditional HDD and modern SSD versions, the eSATA port of the drive can transfer data at up to 90MB/sec with HDDs while reaching up to 219MB/sec for SSDs.

Designed to be compact and easy-to-use, the Padlock Pro sports a simple yet elegant keypad, which provides software-free setup for the unique PIN necessary to unlock data stored on the drive. Real-time 256-bit AES encryption ensures no one can access the data without the PIN. A built-in Administrator feature allows the creation and enrollment of up to ten unique user IDs, all controlled by one administrator account.

The hard drive has been shock-mounted to ensure complete safety with durability and speed. Apricorn has made the Aegis Padlock Pro compatible with all major operating systems including Windows, Mac, and Linux. The drive comes with a three year warranty and is available in storage capacities from 128GB up to 640GB.

The Aegis Padlock Pro from Apricorn is available with online retailers and also through the manufacturer’s website in both HDD and SSD versions. Pricing for the 250GB, 500GB and 640GB HDD models is $129, $169, and $199 respectively, while the 128GB and 256GB SSD models are priced at $419 and $799 respectively.

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13-03-2010, 18:46:05

tinytomlogan
you just need to change the memory divider dude, on an asus it should be a list of ram speed choices.

14-03-2010, 05:21:31

I Hunta x
just noticed it says you have 4gb ram, so thats probably why its running in dual channel, im guessing 2x2gb sticks or do you have 4x1gb?

14-03-2010, 16:12:51

lex-man
I have two x 2Gb sticks of ram. So that's why I don't have triple channel.

I take it if I fill all of my ram slots my machine will run as fast because there will be more ram to write/read

14-03-2010, 16:33:58

tinytomlogan
If you only have 2 sticks what volts are they running at mate? Its not above 1.65v on the dram is it?

14-03-2010, 19:01:26

lex-man
Currently it's set to auto although I have a feeling I had it up to 1.90 which is over the recommended voltage.

I did never give the processor a full load though, although was tempted to run prime 95

15-03-2010, 11:05:45

tinytomlogan
one an X58 board you need lower volt ram, you shouldnt use anything over 1.65v on a 1366 cpu as it will fry the cpu running it at 1.9v. The memory controller is built in to the cpu and can basically kill your cpu.

You really need to buy some proper ram dude and quick.

15-03-2010, 14:10:44

lex-man
I have OCZ gold ram which is meant to be designed for running i7's. I turned the DRAM bus voltage down to 1.64 and still managed a 170 * 18 overclock. With the ram running at 1700Mhz.

16-03-2010, 06:06:51

tinytomlogan
If its 1.9v ram its not i7 ram dude. TBH you need to get a decent tripple channel kit for it.

16-03-2010, 18:40:40

lex-man
My motherboard automatically set the voltage, the ram runs happily below 1.65

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/191195

When I turn up the other settings the motherboard sets the dram bus voltage up automatically. Unless the ram has some way of telling what dram bus voltage to use for what Mhz then it has nothing to do with the RAM.

I have checked and it is only two channel ram which is a little annoying as I would have bought the triple channel stuff as I have found it cheaper per stick than I paid for the two channel stuff. Although I have seen that the performance loss is minimal.

As I said I managed the same overclock with the ram voltage set to 1.64 as I did with the 1.9.

17-03-2010, 06:45:26

I Hunta x
If your ram is rated for 2000 mhz at 1.65v it will do it, it shouldnt affect your cpu overclock if the ram is set to the default speeds and voltage, oh and going over the specified voltage could damage your ram and will more than likely void your warrenty so just be aware of that.
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