OCZ next-gen SSDs to utilise SandForce

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OCZ announce details of new SandForce equipped Solid State Drives
 
OCZ Technology Group have released information about their next generation of mainstream and enterprise SSD solutions. These will be based upon the SandForce SSD Processors family and be the pinnacle of storage options available to both the IT and everyday consumer.
 
Various configurations will be available with OCZ using versions of the SandForce SF-1500 and the SandForce SF-1200 processors combines with both multi-level cell and single-level cell NAND flash memory to provide best in class storage supplying reliability, energy efficiency, endurance and exceptional performance. The SandForce line will come with 3Gb/s SATA and 6Gb/s SAS in capacities ranging from 50GB to 400GB.
 
Ryan Peterson, CEO of OCZ added :
 
“OCZ is committed to delivering SSD solutions to our enterprise clients and also has a strong following for our consumer solid state products; partnering with SandForce enables us to offer an even more robust offering to both these markets. Together with SandForce we are focused on making enterprise-class MLC-based SSDs which offer excellent reliability and performance coupled with superior total cost of ownership for all our customers.”
 
Thad Omura, vice president of marketing at SandForce said
 
“OCZ has a proven track record in the design and manufacture of solid state drives and is in a distinctive position to deliver SSDs to both the enterprise and consumer space. SandForce SSD Processors reliably enable the usage of low cost, MLC-based SSDs in volume, mainstream enterprise applications.”
 
The SandForce SF-1200 is designed for the mainstream consumer, implementing DuraWrite technology that extends the endurance of SSDs by utilising Intelligent Block Management and Wear Levelling technologies. It also implements DuraClass which improves the performance by up to 50%, as measured by the SYSmark Benchmark. With up to 260MB/s read and write speed using 128k blocks, and scoring over 35000 in the PCMark Vantage HDD test suite, yet only consuming 550mW at load and 50mW at idle, this is the perfect blend of performance and energy efficiency.
 
The SandForce SF-1500, designed for the Enterprise markets, supplies all of the above features but increases the Mean Time Before Failure from 2 million hours with the SF-1200, to 10 million hours in the SF-1500.
 
Full product announcements will be made in the weeks leading up to the 2010 International CES Show.
 
If the consumer product is priced correctly this could be a genuine leap forward in SSD technology for the home market.
 
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03-11-2009, 08:02:21

keenan
Got one of these to play with on the weekend. Removed the stock cooler and slapped a waterblock on it.

Did some cold air watercooled benching this morning, but sadly, this is as far as it'll go.. ;)

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03-11-2009, 16:03:30

sammytomjohn
ooo nice results u got a dual core to test that card with? :)

13-11-2009, 08:21:52

Skorchio
Would you be able to do a game benchmark, stock vs clocked speeds, would be an awesome way to see how much performance can be obtained.

13-11-2009, 08:35:22

keenan
Which game..? Resident Evil 5..?

13-11-2009, 08:48:30

keenan
Resident Evil 5, 1680 x 1050, 8 x AA, 16 x AF

Core i5 750 @ 4Ghz
Single HD5770 at 850/1200 (Stock)

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Core i5 750 @ 4Ghz
Single HD5770 at 1000/1400

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13-11-2009, 09:04:21

Mul.
Good work Keenan :)

What I'm interested in is how it compares to your HD 4890! ;)

13-11-2009, 09:31:39

keenan
The 4890 was clocked at 950/1200, couldnt get it any higher then that and it got around 76fps on Resident Evil 5 (same settings) and 19K+ in 3dmark06

13-11-2009, 11:24:32

Skorchio
Thats a great increase mate nice work :)
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