OCZ Introduces Enhanced Core V2 SSD

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News Posted: Thu, Aug 14 2008 7:38 PM

OCZ Technology introduces the enhanced Core V2, the latest addition to the SSD series with New Features, Performance Gains, and Increased Storage Capacity


Sunnyvale, CA—August 14, 2008—Responding the demands of enthusiasts and high-performance mobile computing consumers, OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and computer components, today unveiled the newest addition to their industry-leading OCZ Core Series SATA II 2.5” Solid State Drives. The Core Series has established OCZ as a pioneer in the SSD market by offering consumers the benefits of solid drives technology at an affordable price. With the industry continuously shifting in this direction, OCZ strives to place its Core Series at the forefront.
 
“OCZ continues the trend of enabling consumers with the latest in cutting edge solid state disc technology with the introduction of the new Core V2 SSD,” said Ryan Petersen, CEO of the OCZ Technology Group. “As SSD technology progresses, OCZ will continue to release updated and enhanced solutions to ensure our customers stay on the leading edge. The new Core V2 drives offer consumers and system integrators increased capacities up to 250GB, improved read and write performance and faster seek time, all coupled with a new mini USB port empowering customers with the ability to further improve performance and compatibility by updating firmware in the future.”
 
Featuring new architecture, the Core Series SSD V2 will be available in up to a massive 250GB capacity and delivers enhanced speeds of up to 170 MB/s read and 98 MB/s write speeds with an improved seek time of less than 0.2-0.3ms, making the Core V2 significantly faster when it comes to both Read/Write and seek-time performance. The addition of a mini-USB port also makes it possible for customers in the field to update the Core V2’s firmware should new versions become available, to further enhance compatibility or performance with future platforms.




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warlord replied on Thu, Aug 14 2008 7:45 PM
Improved seek and read times and increased size are good. Firmware updates might also provide some additional performance as the tech evolves. Now if the prices could just start to fall so i could get one.
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rapid1 replied on Fri, Aug 15 2008 1:07 AM

Props to OCZ there gear just always seems to be one of the best on the market and an SSD with enhanced everything at a good (relative to the competitions) price and onboard flash upgrading is nice if you ask me.

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3vi1 replied on Fri, Aug 15 2008 12:48 PM
I wonder why they had to add a USB port to it? It's already connected to the computer via SATA; surely they could have made the drive smart enough to recognize proprietary flash commands on that interface.

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warlord replied on Mon, Aug 18 2008 11:54 PM

1 Reason was firmware upgrade easy based on what there whitepage release states.

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