SSD: Intel vs Samsung vs Indilinx(New/Used)

http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.aspx?i=3631

long article but worth reading it.
Too bad, Samsung SSD can't update its firmware manually.
Intel X25-M G1/G2, X25-E is still the best mainstream SSD that money could buy.
Still no word on the New JM/Toshiba SSD yet.....

原帖由 tyranid 於 2009-9-2 00:43 發表
http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.aspx?i=3631

long article but worth reading it.
Too bad, Samsung SSD can't update its firmware manually.
Intel X25-M G1/G2, X25-E is still the best mainstream  ...

Yes, I read it already. As you said, this is a quite long article. But most of the paragraphs are benchmark charts and it just take me 7-8 minutes to finish.

Not only Intel, Indilinx based SSD controller like OCZ still being a good choice.

[ 本帖最後由 cd-rom 於 2009-9-2 02:00 編輯 ]

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原帖由 cd-rom 於 2009-9-2 01:19 發表

Yes, I read it already. As you said, this is a quite long article. But most of the paragraphs are benchmark charts and it just take me 7-8 minutes to finish.

Not only Intel, Indilinx based SS ...

If you can get Intel X25-M G2 for US$230 only, i don;t think you will consider OCZ, unless you need something like 250GB.

Too bad people in HK just hardly get that price

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原帖由 tyranid 於 2009-9-2 02:23 發表

If you can get Intel X25-M G2 for US$230 only, i don;t think you will consider OCZ, unless you need something like 250GB.

Too bad people in HK just hardly get that price


Not really,  I ordered 1 G2 under 2K official product.  But I am still waiting the product arrival next week.

[ 本帖最後由 terencelaw 於 2009-9-2 09:07 編輯 ]

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原帖由 tyranid 於 2009-9-2 02:23 發表

If you can get Intel X25-M G2 for US$230 only, i don;t think you will consider OCZ, unless you need something like 250GB.

Too bad people in HK just hardly get that price

Too bad people in HK just hardly get that price <<=== Grrrrr.... that's the main point!

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其實 Intel SSD 係咪可以好似 CPU 咁唔經代理做 RMA?

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