Patriot’s New Offering – the Torqx TRB SSD Series

"Solid state memory manufacturer Patriot Memory yesterday took the wraps of its latest offering – the Torqx TRB series of SSDs."

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Solid state memory manufacturer Patriot Memory yesterday took the wraps of its latest offering – the Torqx TRB series of SSDs. According to Patriot Memory, the new SSD series offers improved system responsiveness with quicker boot times and shorter application loading times over traditional hard disk drive storage solutions.

 

The Torqx TRB series drives are based on JMicron’s JMF616 controller and use MLC NAND Flash chips. Patriot has stuck to its standard 2.5in aluminum casing for both the drives of this series, which features 64MB of cache and offers a SATA 3.0Gbps interface. The 32GB drive, which actually comes with a JMF612 controller, will give users read and write speeds of up to 245MB/s and 60MB/s respectively.

 

The larger, 64GB SSD on the other hand can clock up read and write speeds of up to 260MB/s and 115MB/s respectively. Patriot Memory has announced its latest addition to its solid state drive lineup, the Torqx TRB SSD. Based on JMicron's JMF616 controller, the new Torqx TRB will be available in 32 and 64GB capacities.

 

TRIM support and a 3-year warranty are common for both drives, while the price has been set at €80 for the 32GB model and €120 for the 64GB one.

 

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15-10-2010, 04:02:14

tinytomlogan
Lavalys Everest has got a new, and yet old, name. We take a look at Aida 64.

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15-10-2010, 05:27:02

AlienALX
Never liked Everest. Their windows were so expensive

Ohhh, that Everest. I always found it clunky and really over complicated. I installed it once and it pooed about two thousand boxes around my desktop and I had to literally sit there for half an hour to find my temps.

Unless I'm thinking of something completely different of course.

15-10-2010, 07:07:53

mayhem
hehe good on them . :)

And a download section know. were getting posh hehe.

thks for the review.

p.s tom you missed off the link .

15-10-2010, 07:27:02

AlienALX
Ooo a downloads section ! The server is nice and fast, too :D

Thanks to all involved on that one. Grabbing that Metro thing as we speak :D

15-10-2010, 07:50:03

AMDFTW
ahh just seen the DL section.

were are the babes in the corner :)

also cinebench R11.5 is out

15-10-2010, 08:29:12

Diablo
Great review, finally took the plunge and bought it. Almost the best £13 I ever spent.

24-11-2010, 12:59:53

trazomfr
Hello everybody,
I used Everest and I migrated on Aida 64. I easily found my bearings but I have a weird temperature reading. I have 4 to 5 degrees Celsius over the software Aida 64 compared to Everest. Is it something or calibrate the temperature of one of the software is fake? Thank you. B)
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