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    News - G.Skill to introduce super-quick Phoenix Pro SSDs

    SandForce-based drives using custom firmware on course to deliver performance in excess of 50,000 IOPs.
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    Re: News - G.Skill to introduce super-quick Phoenix Pro SSDs

    A forthcoming review would be great. A comparison between SSDs based on IOPs in similar price points (as you do with GFX cards) would be even better. Bang for Buck ratings would get you a free beer !

    EDIT: Like this only better.
    http://www.anandtech.com/show/3756/2...-take-on-intel
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    Re: News - G.Skill to introduce super-quick Phoenix Pro SSDs

    We seem to get new SSD announcement on a daily basis, but this one gets my attention because G.Skill seem to undercut OCZ in the UK, so those may end up being the least unaffordable (notice the wording) SandForce SSD over here.

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    Re: News - G.Skill to introduce super-quick Phoenix Pro SSDs

    I guess not until intel gets its new drives out at the end of the year will we see the
    pricing of the sandforce based ones come down significantly.

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