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South Korea-based Mtron has decided to ignite the solid state drive market this summer so it has now announce a new series of drives. The PRO 7500 SSDs come in both 2.5 and 3.5-inch form factors, are targeted at the enterprise market and feature SATA 3.0 Gbps interfaces. Featuring built-in 7-bit Error Correction Code (ECC), the upcoming drives can brag with some top transfer speeds - 130 MB/s and 120 MB/s when reading and writing respectively.

The PRO 7500 drives have a MTBF of over 1 million hours and are set to be launched next month. The 2.5-inch models will be available in 16, 32 and 64 GB while their bigger brothers will go up to 128 GB.
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130MB/s? I am not very impressed to be honest. Nothing a good RAID array can't do. However, access times should be MUCH lower than any current HDD/RAID array.

Unless they're able to make the cheap(ish), I don't see any reason to replace my Raptors (which can do over 130MB/s in RAID0 easily)
    
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They're responding because OCZ slammed them with less expensive, much faster SSDs.

The SSDs are getting faster and faster almost every month.. Price decreases too, but not as rapid as the speed. If things go well and Intel's entrance in the market is competitive prices should be acceptable on some level at the end of this year, I hope.
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They're responding because OCZ slammed them with less expensive, much faster SSDs.
From the article you quoted:
OCZSSD2-1S 32G Specifications
*Read up to 100MB / sec
*Write up to 80MB / sec
*Slim 2.5" Design


The drive that is posted in this forum is faster and has a larger variant. I just want to see the price tag. SSD intrigue me very much, I really want to run two of these in Raid 0, but the price still makes it not worthwhile. When they get that under control, things will be better.

What would help this is if Dell and such offered SSD as an upgrade. Advertise them as more reliable and uses less power. This will get many more people buying them and should drive the price down.
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From the article you quoted:
OCZSSD2-1S 32G Specifications
*Read up to 100MB / sec
*Write up to 80MB / sec
*Slim 2.5" Design


The drive that is posted in this forum is faster and has a larger variant. I just want to see the price tag. SSD intrigue me very much, I really want to run two of these in Raid 0, but the price still makes it not worthwhile. When they get that under control, things will be better.

What would help this is if Dell and such offered SSD as an upgrade. Advertise them as more reliable and uses less power. This will get many more people buying them and should drive the price down.
Oh. I don't know what drive that was, but the review compared the OCZ to MTRONs (former) top dog, and it was beaten badly. I just assumed this was MTRONs response to OCZs faster, less expensive drive.
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