Kingston SSDNow 30GB Boot Drive Features and Specifications: Sequential Speed**: up to 180MB/sec. read50MB/sec. write Performance: enhances productivity; makes users more efficientInnovative: 2.5" form factor; uses NAND Flash memory componentsSilent: runs silent and cool with no moving partsReliable: less likely to fail than a standard hard driveShock Resistant: no moving parts; handles rougher conditions than a hard driveSupports S.M.A.R.T.: Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting TechnologyGuaranteed: three-year Kingston warranty, 24/7 tech supportCapacity1: 30GBStorage temperatures: -40° C to 85° COperating temperatures: 0° C to 70° CVibration operating: 20G Peak, 10-2000Hz, (20min/Axis)x3 AxisVibration non-operating: 20G Peak, 10-2000Hz, (12Cycle/Axis)x3 Axis, x 20min. Power specs: Read: 1.4W (TYP), 2.5W (MAX)Write: 1.7W(TYP), 4.2W (MAX)Idle, Standby, Sleep: 55mw (TYP) Life expectancy: 500,000 hours MTBF
Makes sense, a 30GB SSD will be able to run your OS and most of your programs off of it.
Yeah 30 Gigs will work for an OS drive. As of yet believe it or not I still don't have one in my system. I know, I know don't even say it. I just can't realize the cost versus the size issue, and yes I have worked on systems with them and installed them. I just cannot at the current market bring myself to do it. I am definitely attracted to the PCI-X and the SATA 6 versions more so than anything else. Maybe when I get a system that will handle those things.
I was commenting on the television news being delayed versus online news in another article. When I think about other print media it just seem to me it's already dead. This SSD kit is profiled in CPU magazine, and I was thinking about that because I had already seen it online. I really don't think print media as well as TV in a lot of formats has much longer but print specifically. Everyone is so used to having news at there finger tips that more than a week delay and it makes sense no more to me.
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