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Couldn't this mean not only could we have super fast drives, but a way to connect multiple video cards into a motherboard without putting them on top of each other and rather a way to attach them to the case and make sure they have good airflow.

I think that would be a great idea and would really make it easier for the mainstream board support lots of video cards and not have to cram them in one on top of the other
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You kiddin'? Thats not a rule for all SSD's and for the convenience and performance of a SSd has no comparisson vs mech.

Once you try them, you will never look back.
I will not try them til there the same price dollar per gigabyte as current HDDs.
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I will not try them til there the same price dollar per gigabyte as current HDDs.
you can leave off everything after "I will not try them," then.
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Yes! I'd just wish they'd start making SAS mainstream. SAS 16GB/s = win.
Why? Consumers don't need the added functionality of SAS.

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I will not try them til there the same price dollar per gigabyte as current HDDs.
That's is a silly argument since a SSD is not a HDD.

It would be akin to saying: "I won't buy RAM until it is the same price dollar per gigabyte of HDDs."

You buy SDDs for performance while HDDs are for bulk storage.
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You kiddin'? Thats not a rule for all SSD's and for the convenience and performance of a SSd has no comparisson vs mech.

Once you try them, you will never look back.
It pretty much is a rule for all SSD's. Some have higher write limits, but they all have a limit. It is pretty moot for most home users though. They will last plenty long enough and probably longer than the average HDD.
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I bet on average, mech drives fail before SSDs start to degrade.

Anyway, this is cool, but probably only affects enterprise RAID stuff until we get faster drives.

are you sure???


i still have some mech drives still kicking it that are 8 and 10 yo ... their cappacity is pathetic compared to todays standard ...

how long did we have access to average run of the mill ssd's around???

not so long right????




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16 gb/s sata speed? not good enough.
you do realise that its alot ... and if its per port ... imagine a x8 sata sas raid card with 8 ports ...


do the math ... massive bandwith to feed those ssd's ... and i mean the epic kind of ssd
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