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Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by derbothaus, Apr 18, 2012.
If you are stable I say thank you. Thoughts?
I wonder if the TRIM enabler would work on it...
You don't need TRIM on Sandforce controllers. You may need backups but speed will not be affected by the lack of TRIM. Unless you fill it up over 90%. Then nothing can help.
I like the idea you can upgrade the blades down the road. Cool solution if you've got an 2x PCIe slot to spare.
Drool...I want one.
Nice that it's bootable but to be honest I wonder if it will do any good for booting compared to a Samsung 830 or OCZ Vertex 4 et.c. which doesn't reach the bottleneck for sata2 on small file read/writes anyway.
For large files and photoshop scratch etc. it's a beast though, really great. But then it has to fight with the angelbird and even ocz revodrive x2 which you can get for "decent" pricing.
Interesting none-the-less. And very, very cool
(I'm really looking forward to the ocz thunderbolt drive which will be totally sata-less, it's going to bring this kind of performance to laptops)
I'm thinking that I can add this to my upgrade plans...while it is $70 more than a bare 240GB Mercury Pro 6GB SSD, by the time one adds an adaptor sled for mounting an SSD into an optical bay, the price gap isn't really worth worrying about.