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This stuff is pretty interesting. I had a lengthy conversation about this technology a few months ago and I really hope it becomes cheap and hits the market soon.
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Originally Posted by Nintendo Maniac 64 View Post

Article title fail, SSD = solid state drive, not flash memory drive. So even a battery-powered persistant ramdisk is technically an SSD.
EDIT: The point is, a ReRAM-based storage device would still be an SSD.

The point the article was trying to make was that SSD's as we know them currently, NAND/flash-based memory drives, would be overtaken and overpowered by this technology.

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Originally Posted by Xzeara View Post

This stuff is pretty interesting. I had a lengthy conversation about this technology a few months ago and I really hope it becomes cheap and hits the market soon.

Pick one or the other, but not both.
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The point the article was trying to make was that SSD's as we know them currently, NAND/flash-based memory drives, would be overtaken and overpowered by this technology.

I said article title fail, not the article itself. One word can make a pretty big difference. wink.gif
 
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I want the heated encoding (instead of magneto encoding for hhd .no more need of ram.cache or vram on gpu.plus you can raid 10 hhd so it is even faster.nw all thats missing is ibm start making these pupy(they have the closest techno to make thi happen and a 16 lane lightpeak from intel intead of 16 lane pcie.
http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2012/02/hot-idea-for-a-faster-hard-drive.html

still doesn't help seek times, as there are still moving parts.
response time is typically where the snappiness increase of an SSD originates from, as you have the ability to access an array of many small files from all of over the drive sequentially in a very efficient manner.

RAID actually worsens seek times, and is only sensible in the sense that you get (theoretically) double the transfer rate of a single harddrive when dealing with excessively large files.
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Nothing new?
They are not discussing when we could expect to see this on market or what would be the cost. Non-volatile RAM already exist but it's darn expensive. I remember reading something they were working on this since 1980.
Cost were too high and HDD cheaper, at the time the resources weren't there I guess.

Sorry but no. You CANNOT compare tech and resources today with 1980. Back then they may have stopped cause computers were the sizes of your bedroom, but now they are much better and we are much better with them. The rate at which we can develop something like this is much faster and better in, almost, every way.

Would be cool to see this happen though. But then again I did just buy an SSD....
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post #36 of 46
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I said article title fail, not the article itself. One word can make a pretty big difference. wink.gif

Right. What I said still applies to this. The meaning doesn't change when you go from the title to the article.
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post #37 of 46
This is huge. It means the infrastructure of PCs is going to change. No more dedicated RAM memory, no more chaching for HDDs. Just one type of memory real time. Superfast.
 
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Means nothing to most of us until we know:
1) Price
2) Speed
3) Reliability
It is however refreshing to see new technologies being advanced.

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I'm wondering when system are crashed and our data is inside, how to get the data back?

since if PC at present we can just remove the hard drive and put it in slave and use other hard drive as master to take it.

imagine it put in ram slot so how to slave it rolleyes.gif
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How hard can it be? I can think of it, so it can't be THAT hard ... man, ignorance is bliss.
To wishfull thinking!

I can think of a holographic chipmunk that shoots rainbows out of one eye and projects pornography movies with the other. Stuff your controller, I want my chipmunk!
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