Available in 250GB (256), 500GB (512), and 1TB (1024GB) capacities 256MB Local Cache Onboard RAID Controller PCI-Express interface (x4) For use as primary boot drive or data storage 250GB Max Performance: Read: Up to 774MB/s Write: Up to 646MB/s Sustained Write: Up to 600MB/s 500GB Max Performance: Read: Up to 878MB/s Write: Up to 761MB/s Sustained Write: Up to 600MB/s 1TB Max Performance: Read: Up to 878MB/s Write: Up to 781MB/s Sustained Write: Up to 600MB/s
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1TB SSD? This is probably gonna cost a fortune...
Yes, yes it is.
I'll take two.
Drool indeed! This was the subject of an earlier HotHardware sneak peek, and at the time people noticed that it was listed at Amazon. It still is, but with the note "This unit ships in 1 to 3 months." The picture at Amazon is more like the prototype that was announced in April.
OCZ TECHNOLOGY OCZSSDPCIE-1ZDRV250G Z-Drive PCI-Express SSD
Buy new: $1,561.30
OCZ TECHNOLOGY OCZSSDPCIE-1ZDRV500G Z-Drive PCI-Express SSD
Buy new: $2,450.50
OCZ Technology OCZSSDPCIE-1ZDRV1T 1TB Z-Drive PCI-Express SSD
Buy new: $3,368.99
Umm... I don't need to speed up World of Warcraft THAT bad. Fortunately these are eligible for FREE Super Saver shipping!
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