Verbatim Takes ExpressCard 34 SSD Speed Leadership

"Verbatim has started shipping its superfast ExpressCard 34 SSDs, which it first showcased at CeBIT Hannover this year."

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Verbatim Takes ExpressCard 34 SSD Speed Leadership
 
The new ExpressCard 34 series SSDs from Verbatim are ultra-fastVerbatim has started shipping its superfast ExpressCard 34 SSDs, which it first showcased at CeBIT Hannover this year. The company claims all three cards in its ExpressCard 34 series beat competition all ends up when it comes to read and write speeds.
 
Currently available ExpressCard 34 storage devices come with maximum read and write speeds of 30MB/s and 10MB/s respectively. The new range from Verbatim boasts of read and write speeds of 120MB/s and 30MB/s, which makes them at least three times faster than anything available in the market at present.
 
The manufacturer is giving three capacity options of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, with prices ranging from €60 for the 16GB version to €105 for the 32GB and €195 for the top range model. For users with ExpressCard slots in their systems, the speeds and the prices of the cards make them highly attractive options.
 
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29-04-2009, 14:38:47

noobieocer
hi, middle of buying some wc stuff so just post this to check a few things.

i currently buying a HE120.3 and delta v2 for £45, just wondering would it cope with a oced q9550 and a 260GTX.

i also got a DDC pro 10w, just wondering would that struggle with delta v2 and a 260 water block.

29-04-2009, 14:46:00

tinytomlogan
Id say with reasonable fans you should be fine there matey tbh.

29-04-2009, 19:10:04

noobieocer
o ty, so pump okay too? any fans u recommend? i need em to be silent

29-04-2009, 19:11:45

tinytomlogan
Id get some Yate Loons mate tbh, and the pump will be ok for what you have now dude.

They will never be 100% silent as you need to keep that rad cool.

29-04-2009, 20:44:46

Deshman
I'm using Xilence on my rad atm, not bad for £5 a pop. I used to have SilenX which are amazing fans but have a tendency to die.

If money is no object go for Noctua - amazing performance and very quiet only problem is some people aren't keen on the colour.

30-04-2009, 03:11:00

PeterStoba
HE are the older ones, iirc a pa120.2 is better than them with lower speed fans and the v2 is the older version, it wouldn't cost alot more to get the better rad and v3 block

30-04-2009, 03:16:00

tinytomlogan

HE are the older ones, iirc a pa120.2 is better than them with lower speed fans and the v2 is the older version, it wouldn't cost alot more to get the better rad and v3 block



He's on a budget mate, the HE is the older one and is slightly thinner and doesnt cool quite so well, what he asked is will it do the trick.... And it will do him fine, theres no need for him to get a smaller rad, the HE will be on par if not better then the pa120.2. Plus you cant really get hold of thermo rads to easily atm, not shops have them its used stuff only and they get alot of interest so the price ends up quite high.

30-04-2009, 04:49:29

k4p84
I actually like the colour scheme of the Noctua's :-)

30-04-2009, 10:44:02

Deshman

I actually like the colour scheme of the Noctua's :-)


Hehe but the question is; do you like the price? ;)

30-04-2009, 11:45:57

tinytomlogan
Most definately not :(

Yate Loons ftw price and performance wise
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