Super Talent Ships World's Thinnest 256GB SSD

"Super Talent have announced their new 256GB SSD which they claim to be the world's thinnest at that capacity"

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Super Talent Ships World’s Thinnest 256GB SSD

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today launched the world’s slimmest 256GB solid state drive (SSD).

The FSD56GC25H uses an industry standard 2.5-inch hard drive form factor and uses an industry standard SATA-I interface, making it 100% interchangeable with conventional 2.5-inch SATA hard drives. This SSD implements Super Talent’s patented stacking technology to pack an enormous amount of solid state storage into an exceptionally small and slim case, measuring a mere 12.5mm thick – 40% thinner than any other 256GB SSD available. The signature black case is made from a durable lightweight aluminum alloy.
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“We designed this drive for applications that need rugged and reliable storage in a very compact form factor. This is the world’s smallest and thinnest 256GB SSD”, said Super Talent Marketing Director, Joe James. “This product underscores our leadership in high density SSDs and demonstrates the technical capabilities of our Silicon Valley engineering team”, Mr. James added.

The FSD56GC25H drive supports 0.1ms access times, a maximum of 65MB/sec sequential read speed and 50MB/sec sequential write speed. This SSD supports up to 1600G of shock and 16G of vibration, which is about five times greater than typical hard drives. With ECC support, bad bit management firmware and patented wear leveling technology, this drive offers extreme reliability and endurance.
There has been quite a lot of debate recently as to whether SSD's should replace HDD's and if they are indeed the way forward.
Let us know what you think in our forum.
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22-03-2008, 20:47:52

I have a Creative Fatal1ty gaming headset:

As you can see the mic is removable, I never really needed the mic but I would like it now but it doesn't work, I use onboard sound. When i'm listening to music or something, the bars go up and down on the speakers (or headphones) as so does the microphone volume, like it is coming directly from the PC not from my mouth. It uses a 3.5mm jack so I tried plugging it into the pink slot itself and it works but it's too far away for me to use. Oh and the mic is switched on on the volume control bit.

22-03-2008, 22:28:09

Have you made sure that you dont have the mic button turned off on the control thing on the headset? Also have you made sure in all off your sound settings that yuou have the mic on and not muted?

23-03-2008, 06:06:34

it's not muted on the sound settings, not muted on the control button..

23-03-2008, 08:39:20

I think it's the mic, I plugged it onto another PC and it just had loads of fuzzy crap.. So i'll need to buy a new mic, I love the headset though so prolly a desktop one or something..

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