Super Talent Updates DuraDrive Line with SPOR Tech

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nukemaster

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I think Intel offers the same idea with a large bank of capacitors to give the drive time to flush the buffer(write from cache to nand) in a power failure.

Still good to see some other companies making SLC drives.
 

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[citation][nom]danwat1234[/nom]Why are those drives so slow? Put a SATA 3 controller in it[/citation]
Err... isn't that kind of self-evident by the name? They're built for maximum reliability/durability. Military applications, automobiles, etc. They mention that they're "built to withstand extreme temperatures, humidity, altitude, vibration, and shock". The speed isn't as vital, especially given that ruggedized/hardened tech tends to be slow but very reliable. I think their few references to speed were basically to say that it is fast for this kind of drive, rather than to say that it is fast compared to the latest Samsung and Intel performance PC-centric SSDs.
 
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