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Super Talent 64GB 2.5-Inch SATA2 UltraDrive ME SSD (MLC) FTM64GX25H

The UltraDrive GX, SATA-II SSD is made of a high-grade new controller and 64MB Samsung DRAM cache to generate fastest sequential read and write speeds. Without moving parts, the GX is lightweight, consumes much less power compared to a HDD.

Manufacturer - Super Talent
Model # - FTM64GX25H
SKU - CPA-1528-002
Submitted By - Windsoni (Retailer)
Country - United States
Category - Computers : Laptops : Accessories

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Capacity :   64 GB
Form Factor :   2.5"
Interface :   External SATA Interface: Serial ATA-II 3Gbps
Cache :   64MB DRAM Cache
Power Supply :   5.0Vcc
Data Integrity :   10 years
Operating Shock :   1500G
Vibration :   16G

Details offers a sepcial on the Super Talent 64GB 2.5-Inch SATA2 UltraDrive ME Solid State Drive (MLC) FTM64GX25H. Price: $179.95

Now maintstream consumers can gain the benefits of SSD technology. Without moving parts, the low power consumption is now the least impressive of all benefits. The real benefits is in the instant response time and high-performance throughput

The Super Talent UltraDrive ME adds 64MB of Elpida DRAM to the buffer has permanently solved stuttering problems, making raw performance the last bottleneck. Its internal controller commands the bank of Samsung K9HCG08U1M DRAM modules, allowing the UltraDrive ME SSD to offer an impressive capacity with top-speed performance.

Reviewed By: Ninja Please on 9/27/2009 on NewEgg
Rating + 5
Tech Level Tech Level: high - Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
This user purchased this item from Newegg

Pros: Seriously? This thing rocks! the price is unbeatable! I have a ocz vertex and cannot tell one difference between them except the price tag on the receipt. it did come with the 1711 fw, and I wanted to use with win 7 so I just went to ST's forums, found the downgrade tool and it worked like a charm. Now blazing through win7 on my netbook at rediculous speeds. This thing looks cooler than my vertex as well. ST even supports a wiper tool for this drive so there really is no need to ever upgrade your firmware from the 1571 once you downgrade. a win win win win situation.
Cons: 1) You might need to be smart enough to upgrade/downgrade firmware. there are many ssd tweaker programs that will do all that stuff for you. Running win7 now for over 2 weeks no problem.


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