Super Talent Introduces Industrial Temperature SSDs

"Super Talent Technology today announced a new line of Solid State Drives (SSDs) that are rated to operate over a -40C to 85C industrial temperature (I-Temp) range"

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Super Talent Introduces Industrial Temperature SSDs

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced a new line of Solid State Drives (SSDs) that are rated to operate over a -40C to 85C industrial temperature (I-Temp) range.

Super Talent SSDs are interchangeable with conventional hard drives but are significantly more resistant to shock and vibration. Moreover, these new I-Temp SSDs have considerably better tolerance of extreme temperatures than hard drives. Super Talent’s range of nineteen new I-Temp SSDs spans industry standard 1.8-inch, 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch form factor SATA SSDs, and 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch IDE (PATA) SSDs.
 
“Many of our current SSD customers are using them in industrial or military environments where they are exposed to harsh environmental conditions, so our I-Temp SSDs are made to endure extreme temperatures where commercial storage products will fail”, commented Super Talent Marketing Director, Joe James.

These SSDs are designed and manufactured in Super Talent’s San Jose, California headquarters, and are backed with a three year warranty. Super Talent sells its SSDs directly to OEM customers worldwide. OEM pricing on SS28A5C25I, 128GB 2.5-inch I-temp SATA SSD, is under $4000.
 
View the I-Temp product specs here

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28-11-2007, 07:30:39

PP Mguire

i think he got that CPU/MOBO/RAM for a really low price

Correct. I got everything for under 200 bucks on sale at Frys. I just wanted to give myself a quick upgrade so i could give my dad my old system so he can play the same games as me.

Speak to kemp. He's been trying to review an ECS board for aaages and has been getting the same problems as you I think.

Really? Why would he want to review an ECS board? lawlll

28-11-2007, 08:14:10

Jim


Really? Why would he want to review an ECS board? lawlll



I don't really think "want" would be the correct word to describe Kemps feelings for this review ;)

But hey, we can't just cover the cool expensive stuff :p

28-11-2007, 08:35:02

Mr. Smith

But hey, we can't just cover the cool expensive stuff :p



They make stuff thats not cool and expensive? W...why? Why would they do this? :p

28-11-2007, 08:36:40

Jim

They make stuff thats not cool and expensive? W...why? Why would they do this? :p



My thoughts exactly....I cant see a market in it tbh :p

28-11-2007, 14:25:38

PP Mguire
There IS a market for cool, and affordable. But i dont see the point in reviewing cheap POS thats thrown in a combo for free thats on the edge of barely working. :( Tis a shame really. So far the only problems ive seen was the ram voltage which i got around by underclocking to 667 and it dosent like me removing IDE cables from the slot. It gives me beeps and i have to shut it down and wiggle the ram. Also, ive noticed that the PCI-E slot is 8x instead of 16x and i have 10/100 instead of Gigabit which is advertised on the box. Also, idk about him but my Vista drivers on the cd didnt work either. What a pain, im never buying a combo from Frys again unless its one of their Asus ones. Whats really lame though is for Black Friday they had a Q6600 and (better board) ECS board combo for 200$ and my ram for 40. I almost cried when i found out :(

28-11-2007, 14:42:12

Jim

But i dont see the point in reviewing cheap POS thats thrown in a combo for free thats on the edge of barely working.



To hopefully prevent people from making the same mistake as you ;)

29-11-2007, 00:25:47

PP Mguire
Oh i got pwned bad lol. But it wsa still under 200 bucks for a whole new machine :)

29-11-2007, 02:42:21

mVp24
I had an ECS C19 A-SLI in my first build. It was pretty damn good tbh way better than the 3 previous Asus boards that come before it.

29-11-2007, 04:12:31

Toxcity

I had an ECS C19 A-SLI in my first build. It was pretty damn good tbh way better than the 3 previous Asus boards that come before it.



-SLAP- Go to your room! :eek:

29-11-2007, 22:05:28

PP Mguire

I had an ECS C19 A-SLI in my first build. It was pretty damn good tbh way better than the 3 previous Asus boards that come before it.

Since it has SLI in the name id be willing to bet it had a pretty decent chipset so thats why it was probably a decent board. I have a Geforce6100 chipset and it has integrated video. Says it supports DDR2 800 dual channel (which it does) but it dosent support enough volts to run that speed.
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