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That's one crazy SSD! Could only imagine working with video for it but the price is a little outside consumer range (and of course, rightfully so).

Guessing you'd need 7-12 regular HDDs to even meet what this drive could write at, and even then, the 4K performance would (probably) tank if small files were the file of the day.

Adding up the price for those or for 4-5 or so "regular" SSDs and the price (and risk) of regular HDDs, really makes $2K not look quite as bad as one would first think. Wish it was $2K for 800GB though wink.gif
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Adding up the price for those or for 4-5 or so "regular" SSDs and the price (and risk) of regular HDDs, really makes $2K not look quite as bad as one would first think. Wish it was $2K for 800GB though wink.gif

You can score 960 GB of Intel 520 SSD's and a $650 Areca raid card for $2000. But it's not really a fair comparison since the 520 is technically as reliable as a crackhead compared to the 910.
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