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4:25 pm on Jul 18, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Whooaaaaa, that's amazing speed.

The newly announced NVMe SSD XS1715 reads data at a mind-numbing 3,000MB/s. Hitting these absurd numbers isn't without a caveat, though, as this SSD won't run on a SATA-6 port -- it requires a PCIe hook-up. 3,000MB/s Enterprise SSD [engadget.com]
The new NVMe SSD XS1715 comes in 400GB, 800GB and 1.6TB (terabytes) versions. It can also be found on the NVMe Integrators List (IL)**, which makes it an easy-to-manage and highly reliable solution for data center and server storage customers. System performance can be improved dramatically by upgrading to the NVMe SSD XS1715 from a 2.5-inch HDD or a 2.5-inch SATA SSD.
4:38 pm on July 18, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I'm sure another caveat will be the final retail price.

But, yes. Amazing! And, I want one.
4:59 pm on July 18, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Damn- now I've got drool all over my keyboard...
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Grand stuff, but what would you use it for?
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Grand stuff, but what would you use it for?
Storage :)

In related news: they also have waterproof keyboards ...
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:)

Obv. multi-purpose and the blazing speeds would work with many an app... I was thinking it'd be a great image server on a heavy traffic site.
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Grand stuff, but what would you use it for?

Use? What does that have to do with anything? :) It would just be cool to have. Why spoil the fun of using it for something useful?
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Wow, that thing would make video editing a snap.
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^^^ read and write are 2 diff stories. SSDs have great read, piss poor write.

grab a few 10k spindle disks and RAID them and you'll be saying SSD wha? they'll read, and write faster and have more storage!

also look up SSD failure rate.... i wouldn't call them "mission critical"