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Based on a semi-accurate calculation I did after reading up about it, it would appear that DDR3 on a 64-bit channel running at 1066MHz would transfer at around 15.8GB/s. The basic calculation I used is 7.45*(DDR3 frequency * 2).

or if you want to alter everything...

(1000000000 * channel width (in bytes)) * (DDR3 frequency in MHz * 2) = number of bytes per second.
If my Calculations and math based on your Numbers are correct..

That would make a stick of DDR3 Ram @1066, 55.43859649122807 Times Faster than an SDD (more specifically a G.Skill Phonix Pro 128GB SSD).


Please correct me of im wrong
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Wow so the starting unit is 120GB? That is waay to much for my OS drive and I'm not made of money. I wonder how much cheaper the Vertex 2's will be now? they look pretty damn appealing.
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Wow so the starting unit is 120GB? That is waay to much for my OS drive and I'm not made of money. I wonder how much cheaper the Vertex 2's will be now? they look pretty damn appealing.

+1 and I'm sure +many many more.
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