Kingston Releases Business Class KC100 SSD

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LuckyDucky7

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'Enterprise-quality' and 'SandForce SF-2200' don't really go together right now...

Though the DuraClass technology may preserve data, what happens to what you were working on when the system crashes because of the controller?
 

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$1285 for an SSD? LOOL.

For half that money I could build an i5-2500k gaming rig(in-fact, I already did) with more than double the space. Oh SSD prices, usofunny.
 

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“Kingston is thrilled to offer the new.....
Thrilled, eh? Thrilled to make more money, that is. These cheap lines from companies make me smirk with disbelief.

Seriously, given how SSDs tend to just die off right away compared to mechanical HDDs which die slowly and thus give you more time to salvage your stuff, plus the fact that mechs are far cheaper per GB, I don't see why any hack would rely on an SSD for enterprise use (read: mission critical), no matter how reliable the manufacturer swears they would be.
 

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[citation][nom]ronch79[/nom]Thrilled, eh? Thrilled to make more money, that is. These cheap lines from companies make me smirk with disbelief.Seriously, given how SSDs tend to just die off right away compared to mechanical HDDs which die slowly and thus give you more time to salvage your stuff, plus the fact that mechs are far cheaper per GB, I don't see why any hack would rely on an SSD for enterprise use (read: mission critical), no matter how reliable the manufacturer swears they would be.[/citation]

greatest moment in pc use for me

my hdd got the click of death.
i tapped it a bit, click went away
salvaged everything but 1 block.
 

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I hope new ssds keep coming out at such a fast rate. I think maybe in a year I might get one just as a casual user who likes new technology.
 
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