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How would the marvel controller compare IRL to the sandforce with uncompressed data? I've got a quartet of RAID0 Force GTs currently, but I'm always curious.
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How would the marvel controller compare IRL to the sandforce with uncompressed data? I've got a quartet of RAID0 Force GTs currently, but I'm always curious.

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How would the marvel controller compare IRL to the sandforce with uncompressed data? I've got a quartet of RAID0 Force GTs currently, but I'm always curious.
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[i]In my experience Sandforce is really difficult too beat for all that it offers in a Solid State. This year alone (2011), has been great for advancements in SSDs. There is much more to choose from, and most of the options one way or another are good choices. The only SSD I would be reluctant to move on is Mushkin's new SSD, as it is the immature unit on the market right now, and has little exposure in client testing. OCZ, Corsair, Kingston, and even Intel are the names I would focus on...not necessarily in any order. Personally, for Solid State Drives I am an OCZ man. I have been through three generations of their Solid States, and had zero failures or packet issues. Their Firmware is also top-notch for TRIM/RAID 0, which is very important to most users. [/i]

-Hooks
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How would the marvel controller compare IRL to the sandforce with uncompressed data? I've got a quartet of RAID0 Force GTs currently, but I'm always curious.





In my experience Sandforce is really difficult too beat for all that it offers in a Solid State. This year alone (2011), has been great for advancements in SSDs. There is much more to choose from, and most of the options one way or another are good choices. The only SSD I would be reluctant to move on is Mushkin's new SSD, as it is the immature unit on the market right now, and has little exposure in client testing. OCZ, Corsair, Kingston, and even Intel are the names I would focus on...not necessarily in any order. Personally, for Solid State Drives I am an OCZ man. I have been through three generations of their Solid States, and had zero failures or packet issues. Their Firmware is also top-notch for TRIM/RAID 0, which is very important to most users.



-Hooks

QUOTE (The Professor @ Oct 31 2010, 04:59 AM)

*Jeremy Clarkson face*



So we must hand it over to our tame PC tweaker. Some say he sticky tapes a block of uranium to his dinner before eating it and that he sucks moisture out of ducks. All we know is, he's called Hooks.



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Posted 12/10/2011 04:01 PM   
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