All the stuff at the end of the video.
That's funny... cuz I was just wondering earlier today, how fast you could get some SSDs going in a huge raid 0 config lol now I know.
Fast enough that you won't have enough channel bandwidth. I'll be happy with my lil 400mb a second read.
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News:What would you do if Samsung gave you only 24-hours of hands-on time with a stack of solid-state drive (SSD) engineering samples to do some viral marketing with?
I think someone from HotHardware needs to call Western Digital and explain the situation to them:
HH: "Samsung is getting a lot of press from this. Send us a sh*tload of VelociRaptors."
WD: "Holy smokes...how many do you need?!!!"
HH: "We need 24 for the comparo and an additional 200 to give away in our next Sweepstakes!"
Hey, it could work!
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I just wonder how long these SSDs will last, they do have a finite number of read/write cycles.
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That's asinine, but in a good way. :)
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I like it -- especially cuz the IT guys seems fairly normal/non-nerdy; it would not have been near as entertaining w/o his personality.
HW-wise: nothing to say, these numbers speak for themselves...although he could use a little better cable management; what do you think marco?
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