Super Talent Launches 256GB SATA SSD

"Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today launched a pair of 256GB Serial ATA solid state drives."

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Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today launched a pair of 256GB Serial ATA (SATA) solid state drives (SSDs). Super Talent's new FSD56GC35M is 100% interchangeable with standard 3.5-inch SATA hard disk drives, but offers all the advantages of an SSD including greater resistance to shock and vibration, significantly lower power consumption and faster performance. FSD56GC35M supports a 0C to 70C operating temperature range. Super Talent also offers an industrial temperature (I-Temp) version of this drive, SS56GA6C35I, which supports an extended -40C to 85C operating temperature range. All I-Temp rated SSDs are tested at their rated temperature extremes to ensure functionality.

Super Talent Marketing Director, Joe James commented, "We're using our expertise in flash technology and our own controller to develop maximum density solid state storage solutions. This may well be the world's highest capacity SSD available today. It's a big addition to our already broad line of SSD products that firmly positions Super Talent as the market leader".Backed with a three year warranty, these 256GB SSDs are designed and manufactured in Super Talent's San Jose, California headquarters. Super Talent sells its SSDs directly to OEM customers worldwide. Both products are sampling now. Pricing is available on request.

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Wow, what a boost from Seagate's 32GB SSD to Super Talent's amazing 256GB drive. Certainly very impressive! What do you thing? Comment and discuss on our forum.
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02-12-2007, 15:28:24

Rastalovich
Just had to do this to the 775 plate that comes with the SN:

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Without the ghetto-hack, the plate would not come down. Tried rotating, but it came out the same, cept I`d be cutting near holes - which I didn`t want to do.

Tis fine tho, works great. Just a heads up to those who might think it`ll just fly in there - or if u advise some1 to pair the 2 up.

02-12-2007, 16:08:51

Kempez
Can't see what you've done, too blurry :S

02-12-2007, 16:30:00

Rastalovich
Ya photo is somewhat abismal, but even with my eyes squinted I can see the cut-out around the cap.

02-12-2007, 16:53:18

Kempez
Ahhh, needed a paint-type ring on it :p

I see :)

02-12-2007, 17:09:56

Rastalovich
Oops, my bad, could do with something like that >.<

EDIT: In addition, it`s running the Q6600 @ 27 degrees (in a warm environment) @ stock speeds. Won`t try cranking it up until Vista (ya quite unfortunate) is installed properly.

07-12-2007, 16:50:03

Rastalovich
The kind of oc-pu55y I am, I took it up to 3.6ghz b4 getting problems. Around late 40s for temps - BUT it`s been said elsewhere that the reporting of temps via the IP35 is buggy, so may or not be too accurate.

IP35 Fan control is nice tho via uguru. 2x SFlex either side the Ninja cranking from 1200rpm+ (quiet) down to 780 or so when it`s temps are 35 and under. This point u check to see if they`re actually still on lol.

In a warm room, it idles around 27-31 when the fans are wound right up - very impressed with that, seeing as the fans are quiet.

Settled for 3ghz with memory at normal setttings, may aswell be spd tbh.

U bsod in Vista if u have ram @ the wrong voltage so I found out. Stuck it at 2.2v and all was well. And has been since.

Dunno if it`s the virualization or Vista or Intel, but watching the 4 cpu gadget, I see pretty even distribution of use. Kinda pleased me.

Big "BTW", unpacked a new Scythe Ninja Rev.B today, and the bracket for the 775 IS squared off :) Being such a fool, I shoulda opened that box first lol, freakin new-stuff-n00ble.

07-12-2007, 19:37:58

Kempez
Windows levels off the core distribution if you're running Windows

08-12-2007, 04:06:19

Rastalovich
I`ve had a few people say that about the core processes in general.

I have to say, when I first had a 3800x2, I kinda thought it did. But I`m not sure at what point I noticed that it really didn`t.
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