OCZ IBIS 100GB 3.5" HDSL £352.49 @ OcUK - WORLDS FASTEST SSD? - HotUKDeals
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The OCZ IBIS solid-state drive is a ground-breaking product on two levels - the storage level and interfacing level. Unsatisfied with current storage interface options, OCZ developed High Speed DataLink or HSDL, to eliminate the existing I/O bottle necks and take SSDtechnology to new heights. As the first SSD to make use of the proprietary HSDL interface, the IBIS is capable of delivering incredible, trailblazing performance (740MBps read/writespeeds and upto 120,000 randomwrite IOPS). IBIS SSDs willbe available in a complete spectrum of capacities ranging from 100GB to 960GB. Each IBIS comes in a durable aluminum 3.5inch housing and is bundled with a singleport HSDL adapter card.

- Max Read: up to 740MB/s
- Max Write: up to 690MB/s
- Sustained Write: up to 550MB/s
- Random Write 4KB (Aligned): 100,000 IOPS
- Available in 100GB to 960GB capacities
- 4x SandForce 1222 Controllers (Onboard RAID 0)
- Max IOPS Firmware
- Seek Time: 0.1ms
- 3.5" Anodized Casing
- 146 (L) x 101.6 (W) x 25.40mm (H)
- Operating Temp: 0°C ~ 70°C
- Storage Temp: -45°C ~ +85°C
- Low Power Consumption: 2W in operation,.5W in standby
- Shock Resistant up to 1500G
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, Mac OS X and Linux
- MTBF: 2 million hours
- Ideal for desktop systems (no need for converter brackets)
- Bundled with a single port HSDL adapter card (Bootable)
- 3-Year Warranty
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Not the fastest but still very quick!
Where is the link for cheaper price from those who voted cold?

Some Tube review here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QQWhwps9nA

Edited By: DownHill911 on Nov 11, 2010 10:58: edit
BLISTERINGLY fast. Wouldn't pay this personally but cheap for this model
World's most expensive SSD lol!!!
You also need a free (fast) PCI-Express slot for the HDSL card.

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