OCZ Releases the Superfast RevoDrive X2 Series SSDs

"High performance memory manufacturer OCZ recently announced an upgrade to its highly successful RevoDrive series SSDs."

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High performance memory manufacturer OCZ recently announced an upgrade to its highly successful RevoDrive series SSDs. Dubbed RevoDrive X2, the new PCI-Express SSDs offer greatly increased speed and capacity compared to the first edition drives.

Connecting up to four SandForce-1200 controllers in RAID 0 to a single PCI-Express x4 slot, the RevoDrive X2 is capable of pushing data transfer speeds up to 740MB/sec. The new configuration also makes these new drives far superior to currently available SATA-based drives - they are capable of handling 120,000 IOPS (input-output operations per second).

With twice the RAID controllers as the original RevoDrive, the X2 series is not just bootable but also delivers a stunningly faster start-up and load experience. According to the manufacturer, its exceptional speed and agility make the RevoDrive X2 ideal for demanding database and server applications.

OCZ has launched the X2 series in wide capacity range, right from 100GB to 960GB, which means it can easily fit the role of a personal SSD drive or be used for data warehousing. The only part awaited now is the availability and pricing for the RevoDrive X2 SSDs.


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The OCZ RevoDrive X2 with four SandForce controllers

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21-10-2010, 08:37:46

:confused: Don't know bud, must be an EOC thing as the path to sig has the correct user number.

21-10-2010, 08:38:34


Fixed. :)

And I was trying to figure out what you fixed in my quote, but you fixed the problem on its own :lol:
Now that´s a mod we can use , thanks....:D

21-10-2010, 08:48:12


:confused: Don't know bud, must be an EOC thing as the path to sig has the correct user number.

The image URL was for you but the stats page URL was for 'Hotrod'. All fixed now. :)

Eay, what bit was broken?

21-10-2010, 09:59:24

Antec DF-85
eVGA GTS250 756M/2200M 512MB
INTEL i7 860 2.8GHz @ 3.8 (4GHZ in winter)
Corsair HX650w PSU
I am running windows 7

So I have a few CPU clocks to spare and I will probably load it up on a second system similar to this I have not doing much not OC'd as much tho but it is running server 2003, Will F@H run fine on server 2003?
My GPU won't do a whole lot of folding right now lol but I have a 460 on the cards coming next month so i'll have the 250 and 460 running then.

I'll give editing the config a shot cheers AMD_PBz

21-10-2010, 10:05:01

Yeah, it'll run nicely on Server 2003. :)

21-10-2010, 10:16:55

OK a little lost in the cfg.

Mine is

What should I make it, I'm guessing I should change the "priority"...? But I am not sure what values it should be.

21-10-2010, 10:30:43

Edit the config via the folding exe. Create a shortcut to it and add -configonly to the path field. :)

"...exe -configonly"

21-10-2010, 10:49:23

Welcome to the team B)

27-10-2010, 13:14:59

Tnx for the welcomes :)

Instead of making a new topic I just have a quick question.
Dose using the Console client have any benefits over the GUI Client?

27-10-2010, 15:05:03

Not in my experience, no. It used to be that the console client would be a little faster, but now I think the difference is negligible.

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