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    News - Corsair announces its first SATA 6Gbps SSDs

    Performance 3 Series drives designed to make the most of Intel's Sandy Bridge platforms.
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    Re: News - Corsair announces its first SATA 6Gbps SSDs

    Corsair reckons the Performance 3 Series is the ideal companion for Intel's SATA 6Gbps-capable Sandy Bridge chipsets.
    I assume that means they'd prefer AMD 800-series chipset users to stick to the Crucial C300 instead...?

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    Re: News - Corsair announces its first SATA 6Gbps SSDs

    I thought crucial had an exclusive deal with marvel :S

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    Re: News - Corsair announces its first SATA 6Gbps SSDs

    Ideal for Intel's 2 SATA 3 ports is it? Not AMD's then I guess. Poor AMD always getting their thunder stolen (64 bit, integrated memory controller, HT, monolithic quad core design)

    Hope ARM and partners give them a good kick in the pants.

    Oh, nice SSD. Let's the shelf price

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    Re: News - Corsair announces its first SATA 6Gbps SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by semo View Post
    Imonolithic quad core design)
    Which was really, really stupid of AMD at the time
    The rest however were good ideas.
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