Intel X25-M SSD Ready To Ship

"The new version of the already popular SSD is now ready to ship after a firmware fix."

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Intel X25-M SSD ready to ship, again.

Intel X25-M 34nm SSDLast week it was reported that Intel's new 34nm X25-M SSDs were facing data corruption issues. However, good news is with us and it was been confirmed that Intel have fixed the issues and are ready to begin shipping of the new, quicker SSDs again in the next few days.
 
Intel were forced to release the firmware fix as some drives were slowing down after extensive use. The firmware fix did sold this issue but if a BIOS password was set and then changed or disabled the drive would become corrupt. Difficult times for Intel but for now it all seems to be ok.
 
The new 34nm versions of the already popular SSD promise lower latencies and higher performance, as well as being priced up to 60% less.
 
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31-07-2009, 16:02:04

Ghosthud1
right guys got a big dilema going on!
i either have the choice on waiting for the p55 chipset and cpu's too come out which is probally this month because i have found some p55 boards listed on some random german site

i could either go the p45 route which is
Asus gene motherboard £129
q9550 £125
total: £254

or p55
MSI-GD65 £118
and a 2.66ghz lynfield when it arrives : around £150-180
2x2GB corsair 1600mhz ram £50
and another case too fit a standard atx board £80-100
total: £413

if i go down the p55 route i will probs be missing a trip too alton towers so i dont know what too do HELP ME!!!

31-07-2009, 16:11:46

Ham
No-one is going to be able to answer this a the people who know the performance of the LGA1156 chips are under NDA...

31-07-2009, 16:13:57

Ghosthud1
you could try too awnser it too the best of your ability by pure guesswork?

31-07-2009, 17:07:54

monkey7
Performance will be close, P55 will probably be slightly ahead. But like Ham said, no one can or is allowed to say for sure.

01-08-2009, 03:45:05

Rastalovich

No-one is going to be able to answer this a the people who know the performance of the LGA1156 chips are under NDA...



How long exactly is that ?

(and how long is it b4 the usual suspects break it?)
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