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    Seagate demos "fastest ever" PCIe SSD storage

    This production ready 10GB/s drive will be made available this summer.
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    Re: Seagate demos "fastest ever" PCIe SSD storage

    Never have you been able to lose precious data this fast!

    Snide remarks aside, I do hope they have better luck with SSDs than with HDDs.

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    Re: Seagate demos "fastest ever" PCIe SSD storage

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Never have you been able to lose precious data this fast!

    Snide remarks aside, I do hope they have better luck with SSDs than with HDDs.
    I've never had problems with seagate....
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    Re: Seagate demos "fastest ever" PCIe SSD storage

    Quote Originally Posted by outwar6010 View Post
    I've never had problems with seagate....
    You're lucky that you missed the mid-00s factory lottery, where the life of those units built in China could be counted in weeks.

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    Re: Seagate demos "fastest ever" PCIe SSD storage

    Quote Originally Posted by this_is_gav View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by outwar6010 View Post
    I've never had problems with seagate....
    You're lucky that you missed the mid-00s factory lottery, where the life of those units built in China could be counted in weeks.
    Weeks? Hahaha! My fastest failing drive was a Seagate that failed in 12 DAYS! (I am strangely proud of this. Go figure.)

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    Re: Seagate demos "fastest ever" PCIe SSD storage

    Latest witnessed failure of a Seagate drive was a couple of weeks ago at work. And fail spectacularly it did. Luckily it was part of a RAID setup so no data was lost. We switched the whole array to WD drives, just to be safe.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainAmerica View Post
    Weeks? Hahaha! My fastest failing drive was a Seagate that failed in 12 DAYS! (I am strangely proud of this. Go figure.)
    That's (close to) two weeks, BTW...

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    Re: Seagate demos "fastest ever" PCIe SSD storage

    HDDs are a lottery. I bought 5 of the exact same model 8 yrs ago. 1 died after 6months and the rest and still going fine.
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