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I would imagine this will be priced closer to the FusionIO drives and equivalents.
That is to say, too much for OCN.

Too much for OCN? Since when has anything been TOO much? Isn't OCN home of every epeen follower? lol
post #12 of 29
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Too much for OCN? Since when has anything been TOO much? Isn't OCN home of every epeen follower? lol

I think he means the pricerange is out of reach for even tech enthusiasts
    
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Pricing for the Intel SSD 910 Series is $1,929 for the 400GB capacity and $3,859 for 800GB.

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And in five years these will be trickling out into recycle levels and you'll find them on eBay for $100 biggrin.gif
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and that would be about the coolest thing ever LOL
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Not sure which god to thsnk but i got one of these for $600 it arrives in a few days. Itll be an amazing upgrade to my rig till i dtop it into my skylake nas when it time to get a pcie 4.0 versipn that and itll have nvme support. Till then this will be a very handy game drive to offload my samsung 840 pros.
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i wonder when can we get these high-performance drives at a much more affordable price.

i wait for the they when 1GB/s 100K-IOPs SSDs hits 40cents per GB.
and i presume budget SSDs would've hit 20cents per GB as well.
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Thatd be sick and in a 16 Tb Capacity lol thing would need a Ek waterblock to cool all that flash memory. Btw the model i got is the 800 gb cant wait to test it out. Wonder how windows 10 will treat it.
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And in five years these will be trickling out into recycle levels and you'll find them on eBay for $100 biggrin.gif

It will be irrelevant by then with 3d xpoint around the corner I guess.
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Once that launches itll be nice to finally have 1Tb of system ram 256gb sticks of ram should push out ddr 4 since all they care about is increasing speed yet keeping densitys were they were since launch of ddr 3. And yes i know ddr 4 has higher dense sticks but there fugly exspensive and not targeted mainstream yet.
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