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    News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Corsair M32 to entice users as the high-performance affordable SSD.
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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    64gb is where it's at though - that's the price/capacity mark i'm watching closely atm. 30gb is probably going to be too restrictive for my main system - and seeing as 64gb (samsung) with better performance is about 37quid more..
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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    64gb is where it's at though - that's the price/capacity mark i'm watching closely atm. 30gb is probably going to be too restrictive for my main system - and seeing at 64gb (samsung) with better performance is about 37quid more..
    Yup - double the space for another 50% ish (or sometimes just less than) in price. Also more than likely it'll have a better controller, with faster speeds. If I didn't want a pair of 4850X2s so badly, I'd be going SSD to replace the 150GB Raptor...

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    I'll start considering it when fast 64GB drives dip below £100.

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    This would be quality if it was 64GB, 32GB is simply to small for a modern OS installation.

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Terbinator View Post
    This would be quality if it was 64GB, 32GB is simply to small for a modern OS installation.
    Seriously? I have the 30GB Vertex with XP and only use 5GB of it (documents are on a separate drive, of course). Even with Vista and a large FPS installed you still wouldn't come close to filling it.


    Why wait for the Corsair? The 30GB Vertex is faster and costs ~£110.
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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Faiakes View Post
    Seriously? I have the 30GB Vertex with XP and only use 5GB of it (documents are on a separate drive, of course). Even with Vista and a large FPS installed you still wouldn't come close to filling it.


    Why wait for the Corsair? The 30GB is faster and costs ~£110.
    137 gets you a 64gb sammy drive with good specs though - and I agree 30gb is too small for OS + apps etc. But that depends on what you do with the thing tho dunnit
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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    137 gets you a 64gb sammy drive with good specs though - and I agree 30gb is too small for OS + apps etc. But that depends on what you do with the thing tho dunnit
    But that one is much slower.

    How do people manage to fill a 30GB OS drive? OS drive implies you don't use it for storage but for the OS and programs.
    How big is a Vista installation?

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Faiakes View Post
    But that one is much slower.

    How do people manage to fill a 30GB OS drive? OS drive implies you don't use it for storage but for the OS and programs.
    How big is a Vista installation?
    Vista a just a few small apps for me is about 30GB.

    I have a ~60GB boot partition (ready to be imaged over to a 64GB SSD when I can justify the cost) on one of my systems. I think the only things I have installed are the LSI MegaRAID management console, the Catalyst Control Center, Achronis Disk Management and SqueezeCenter. None of that should use up more than 1GB over the standard Vista Business install.

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Faiakes View Post
    But that one is much slower.

    How do people manage to fill a 30GB OS drive? OS drive implies you don't use it for storage but for the OS and programs.
    How big is a Vista installation?
    >20GB I think last time I delved into the C:\WINDOWS folder 0.0

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Terbinator View Post
    >20GB I think last time I delved into the C:\WINDOWS folder 0.0
    But there is more to an install than just \windows.

    \Program Files
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    Also hiberfil.sys and pagefile.sys will be the same as your installed memory. Though the former can be removed if you dissable hibernation.

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Faiakes View Post
    But that one is much slower.

    How do people manage to fill a 30GB OS drive? OS drive implies you don't use it for storage but for the OS and programs.
    How big is a Vista installation?
    Features
    - Read Speed of 220MB/s
    - Write Speed of 120MB/s
    - Onboard 128MB Cache

    Slower??!

    And as I said - depends what you install. Me I install some pretty big apps - VS2005, 2008 and 2010 + MSDN for all of them along with all the usual suspects and windows system files itself. I'm just going by how big i need to make my current OS drives (and how often i end up resizing to accomodate them as they grow). I see my first step as 64gb and later getting another to take me to 128gb in RAID 0 when prices drop further.
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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    Features
    - Read Speed of 220MB/s
    - Write Speed of 120MB/s
    - Onboard 128MB Cache

    Slower??!
    Well, yes. The vertex is rated for:
    - Read Speed of 240MB/s
    - Write Speed of 170MB/s
    - Onboard 64MB Cache

    30GB for a Vista installation
    How can an OS that big be so crap?

    I can see why a 64GB SSD would be the minimum. If you're running XP though, 30GB is more than enough.

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Faiakes View Post
    Well, yes. The vertex is rated for:
    - Read Speed of 240MB/s
    - Write Speed of 170MB/s
    - Onboard 64MB Cache

    30GB for a Vista installation
    How can an OS that big be so crap?

    I can see why a 64GB SSD would be the minimum. If you're running XP though, 30GB is more than enough.
    I saw: http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...ata_ii_2_5-ssd

    230/135/80 for 30gb - what drive are you refering to? Gotta watch those sneaky manu's - their higher capacity drives are always faster!

    [my dev apps alone weigh in at 13.3GB right now]
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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    The Vertex will do Write ~130MB/s even on laptop.
    In my desktop, with a 750i board the 30GB Vertex I measured an average 174MB/s write in HD Tune (or Tach, can't remember which) and ~220 MB/s read.

    However, with every Firmware there seems to be a difference in performance. It is a bit annoying.

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    Re: News - Corsair getting ready to launch £100 high-performance SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Faiakes View Post
    The Vertex will do Write ~130MB/s even on laptop.
    In my desktop, with a 750i board the 30GB Vertex I measured an average 174MB/s write in HD Tune (or Tach, can't remember which) and ~220 MB/s read.

    However, with every Firmware there seems to be a difference in performance. It is a bit annoying.
    Hmmm very suspect in all honesty - OCZ's rating's for the drive are much lower than the numbers you quoted! Where did the 240/170 come from then? Surely the limit isn't the host PC but the speed of the drive itself (relative speed of flash and controller)? OCZ are making a song and dance about a 10% improvement on the next series of drives for example!
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