OCZ Technology Introduces High-Speed SATA II SSDs

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OCZ Technology Introduces High-Speed SATA II Solid State Drive to their High-Performance Mobile Solutions
Sunnyvale, CA—March 12, 2008—OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and computer components, today unveiled ultra-fast OCZ SATA II 2.5” Solid State Drives, a lightweight and efficient alternative to conventional hard disc drives. The OCZ SATA II drive is designed to stay abreast of the performance features of high-end notebooks, and is ideal for energy-efficient mobile computing. With blazing access times combined with excellent reliability, the OCZ SATA II 2.5” SSD is the answer for enthusiasts demanding the most advanced storage for their notebooks and systems.

There are many benefits of solid state drive technology over traditional disk drives including superior speed, reliability, and power savings,” commented Alex Mei, Executive VP and CMO, OCZ Technology Group. “Our newest SATA II drives are designed to further extend the advantages of this technology offering enhanced performance for high-end mobile solutions.

As enthusiasts seek out a more efficient and reliable forms of mass storage, OCZ SATA II SSDs are the ideal upgrade for energy efficiency, performance, and durability. High-speed and low power consuming NAND flash technology provides the necessary performance and battery life boosts generated by the proliferation of mobile gaming and new ultra-thin laptops.

At incredible capacities of 32GB and 64GB and premier speeds of 120MB/s read and 100MB/s write, OCZ SATA II SSDs enable enhanced productivity in your everyday computing and intensive multi-tasking applications. Featuring durable yet lightweight brushed alloy housing, OCZ SATA II 2.5” SSDs have no moving parts that are prone to damage from common mishandling. Designed for ultimate reliability, these SSDs have an excellent two million hour mean time before failure (MTBF) ensuring peace of mind over the long term.

For more information on the OCZ SATA II 2.5 SSD, please visit our product page here.
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11-03-2008, 13:48:11

with any luck yea, just down to giving it a try and see really

iv gotta feeling that im gunna need ot add a case fan in there too as all that passive cooled stuff in such a small space is going to get very warm

we shall see

11-03-2008, 19:04:20

Crackin Project you got goin on there, it's pretty cool to see someone attempt something like that, you can fool the more gullible into thinking you got windows running on a SNES! Good luck with it all, as other people have said watch out for the heat and you should be fine.

11-03-2008, 19:09:35


Crackin Project you got goin on there, it's pretty cool to see someone attempt something like that, you can fool the more gullible into thinking you got windows running on a SNES! Good luck with it all, as other people have said watch out for the heat and you should be fine.

haha im so going to try that

"hey lads check it out iv got XP running on a nes!!!" some sucker would fall for it hahaha

11-03-2008, 19:17:51

I wonder if you could dremel off the top of an old cassette and use it to hide the CD drive when the flap is open.

Might add to the (sur)realism.

12-03-2008, 14:52:43




lets get going!



Mounts Fitted


mobo fitted to mounts PSU put in




Getting there...





finshed! well... almost...

things to do:

fix LED as its not working for some reason
CD rom needs replaceing or sorting as its not running right (tryed booting from a cd but no luck :()
need to get a new top end of the case as that cut for the mobo plate is terible!!! :( impatience got to me i think

13-03-2008, 19:52:25

little video of it running a boot cd


13-03-2008, 20:08:31

All I can say is, poor NES/Famicon

I've seen a NES pc before also. Can't remember who made it, but I'll try to find links if I can.

I still have my Famicon somewhere :)

edit: here's a gallery of one
here's another one

they're not as good as the one I'm thinking of tho

13-03-2008, 20:47:44

iv got it all working now so after this weekend it will be 100% A-OK :D

14-03-2008, 04:23:50

Not too sure on these types of builds. Then again, i was more of a sega fan tbh. Also, i dont think you can get a good finish with these, im sure if i looked close enough (cuts in the plastic, bits snapped or bent etc etc) i would pick out all of the little bit i dont like.

Good idea in concept and well done for doing it, just not my cup of tea.:)

14-03-2008, 08:52:39

Wach to there own, its waht makes modding fun, coming up with all thse wild and wacky ideas.

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