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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820785002

I just decided to look and its for sale! and it comes with asus ramdisk claiming an astonishing 120,000MBPS
http://www.asus.com/us/ROG_ROG/RAIDR_Express_PCIe_SSD/

ANd seeing samsung just released its EVO for schlitz and giggles. Do you think you could compare the 2?
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Dont even think to compare those two.This time Asus gone to far with this ROG everything.I am waiting they start to sell ROG shoes.
Just read some reviews of this pci-e SSD,this thing would be good two years before.
EVO at the moment have best 4k.Also i doubt Asus can make better ramdisk software then PRIMO RAMdisk from romexsoftware.
Guy from Germany Asus distributor calling Taiwan ROG headquarters:Give me everything from ROG and i mean everything you can think off,we selling this here like hot cakes.True story

They could try just a little bit harder rolleyes.gif
Edited by Unit Igor - 8/25/13 at 1:12pm
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820785002

I just decided to look and its for sale! and it comes with asus ramdisk claiming an astonishing 120,000MBPS
http://www.asus.com/us/ROG_ROG/RAIDR_Express_PCIe_SSD/

ANd seeing samsung just released its EVO for schlitz and giggles. Do you think you could compare the 2?

That actually sounds a bit slow to me, if you're using higher end DDR3.

The real problem I see here is that you could buy 2 ~128GB drives in Raid 0 and they'd be faster than this for $200. It's too slow for the asking price, especially for a PCIe card.
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I completely agree with both of you. And have you You heard about poseidon? That should be out soon. theire airwatercooled hybrid gtx 770 and 780 model.

and DON'T FORGET!! Pick up ASUS's 100$ OC tool at asus.com or their new fancontroller oc combo 5.25" drive accessory

And on top of that who of their target audience can really spare the pcie slots? I don't see any reason to pick this over the samsung really unless you do CAD or something that doesn't use sli

IMHO RoG is doing too little too late

Basically everything coming out has gone too far.. even intel you see the performance "upgrade" between a 3930k and 4930k? its nothing!
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Also wouldn't that thing take up valuable pci lanes? I think I'd have to drop down to x8,x8,x8,x8 from x16,x8,x16
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Rather then a pci card they should build this directly into there new motherboards and use evgas hptx form factor. Leaving the pci express slots untouched.
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or at the very least a SATA. as it stands I'd probably need a pci riser so i could route it around my graphics card. they need to make more ports on these mobos. Or instead of doing ssds get tera sized ram or make ram modules more like disk drives which I guess is what ram disk does.. I guess they should probably just up ram size at this point.
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