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    Headlines - Micron debuts SSD duo

    America's last standing DRAM manufacturer, Micron Technology, has bulked out its solid-state drive range with two large capacity models.
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    Re: Headlines - Micron debuts SSD duo

    Finally starting to hit the higher capacities i.e. 250Gb upwards.

    The article contradicts itself though. At the start it says the 2.5" range goes up to 128gb, but then later on says they go to 256gb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_kinton View Post
    Finally starting to hit the higher capacities i.e. 250Gb upwards.

    The article contradicts itself though. At the start it says the 2.5" range goes up to 128gb, but then later on says they go to 256gb?
    At the beginning of the Article it is talking about the P200 range.
    Further down it then is talking about the C200 range hense the difference.

    The P200 is designed for servers.
    The C200 is designed for notebooks. Hope that clears it up for you.

    It was written by The Register so watch out for ambiguity.
    Last edited by pow1983; 08-08-2008 at 04:57 PM.

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    Re: Headlines - Micron debuts SSD duo

    bigger SSD drives is good...

    but why are all the SSD manufacturers making their drive 2.5" ?!?!

    how are you suposed to fit them in a standard 3.5" drive bay?!?!

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    Re: Headlines - Micron debuts SSD duo

    I presume you can buy adaptors, like the ones to fit hard drives in 5 1/2 drive bays

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    Re: Headlines - Micron debuts SSD duo

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterStoba View Post
    I presume you can buy adaptors, like the ones to fit hard drives in 5 1/2 drive bays
    That's right. Like the heatsink that comes on a Velociraptor.

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