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post #51 of 64
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Originally Posted by thestache View Post

No they aren't.

1ASUS still produce the best top tier quality motherboards money can buy, period. Nothing fashion statement like about that at all.

These are still faster than regular SSDs and a good and easy plug in solution for those that know nothing about RAID or want to bother with a RAID set-up.

2It looks great, the backplate is super nice (if you're paying premium for something it should come with a backplate) and as long as the price isn't stupid then it'll be a good addition to any PC.

3Been waiting for this for a while and when it comes out i'll assess the price and performance against another 256GB Corsair Force GS SSD in RAID0 and see how it stacks up. This product if not rediculous in price will be a great addition for the market.

4Think before you criticise.

1. Gigabyte is nipping at ASUSs heels in terms of shipments, and the UP* series would disagree that ASUS makes the best top tier stuff.

2. Why Pay a Premium for something that doesnt measure up when it comes to performance?

3. Its ROG, Its going to be overpriced weather it matches a pair of Force 256s or not because l33t.

4. Follow your own advice.
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post #52 of 64
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Originally Posted by PhilWrir View Post

1. Gigabyte is nipping at ASUSs heels in terms of shipments, and the UP* series would disagree that ASUS makes the best top tier stuff.

2. Why Pay a Premium for something that doesnt measure up when it comes to performance?

3. Its ROG, Its going to be overpriced weather it matches a pair of Force 256s or not because l33t.

4. Follow your own advice.

The only person not following that advice here is you.
    
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post #53 of 64
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Why launch it under the RoG brand then?
Asus doesn't really have it's own SSD lineup to throw it in any other branding also introducing higher end models allow for more wiggle room later down the line if they want to introduce a more budget friendly version. RoG is more known for "higher end" gear which generally attracts more than enthusiasts who simply want the better item on the market. Keep in mind those with small pocket's aren't the only consumers a smart company targets.
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post #54 of 64
From that review link posted just brutal 4k performance. My two sammy's eat it up easily, won't be selling them anytime soon. biggrin.gif
post #55 of 64
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Originally Posted by Thetbrett View Post

i have the MVF and gtx 670 sli. Would getting this and putting in the third slot affect the performance of the sli? I would like another SSD and this would be the easy way.

Just put it in any of your X1 slots. Actually, the first X4 slot would work too.
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post #56 of 64
This is great! I am still running a X58 board so this will allow me to get Sata III speeds. None of the new chipsets have impressed me enough to upgrade so I'm sticking with my X58 Classy.
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post #57 of 64
What is the point of this product? It's only around half the speed of the revodrive 3 x2, a drive that's been out for years.
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This is great! I am still running a X58 board so this will allow me to get Sata III speeds. None of the new chipsets have impressed me enough to upgrade so I'm sticking with my X58 Classy.

It'll probably have major issues with x58 just like revodrives
 
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post #58 of 64
My Revodrive 3 has been great on Z77. Really excellent for scratch space using Adobe.
post #59 of 64
here is mine



i need more slots grrrrrr
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post #60 of 64
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Originally Posted by jellis142 View Post

Because an SSD needs a backplate. Everything has one these days.

Next month, motherboards and hard drives will have backplates. RAM will have backplates on top of it's heat-spreaders.

And yeah, it's sort of sad that RAID 0 SSD's can't even break 900MB/s over PCIE! SATA III SSD's can pass 500MB/s, which is very close to the sustained speeds on the 120Gb model.

man, not to blow your bubble or anything but my Z87 sabertooth did have a backplate. biggrin.gif
i've yet to understand the reason behind it since the back of the board is most the time not even visible.
     
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