CPU: e6400 @ 3.2 (H-50'd)MB: MSI p6nRAM: 4G adataGPU: GTS-450 and 8800GTS for PhysxHDD: WD 500G BlackPSU: 620W Corsair Mod.Case: 900-2 with 7 cathodes and AP-15sOS: W7 and Ubuntu
Man, that does look pretty sweet.
I think there's going to be an intense competition between OCZ, ioFusion and our new competitor AngelBird between who's going to control the lucrative enterprise market. I mean what else are these cards made for, the average consumer?
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Love it, that card looks like a beast. I think it is pretty innovative that it can host either their modules or commercially available 2.5 inch devices.
Is this the future? are we going to be putting several drives on a card and having that central point of failure for accessibility? I know in an enterprise environment they will have multiple cards for redundancy.
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