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Looks like I'm going to be waiting for the Crucial M4 (C400).
    
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I bought the 120GB SSD Intel 510 a couple of days ago (in Sweden, where I live) for 2490Kr. which is the equivilant of about 380 USD. Generally hardware here in Sweden is a bit more expensive then in the U.S. I'm waiting for it to arrive, I should have it in a couple of days
The price is a bit on the hefty side but, meh, I want it :d
post #23 of 25
This series is just a stop-gap because the new smaller chips aren't performing as expected.

The R&D time for the smaller chips controller was under estimated by about a zillion times but a new product with the older/larger chips could be produced, have a little better specs than the G2s, and add a SATA3 controller by Marvell with little expense.

It could counter the Vertex3s in the market place and keep Intel SSDs in the public view 'till the smaller chips are "optimized".

Go for it Intel!

Naturally this is all speculation but it sure sounds plausible.
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Originally Posted by Old Hippie View Post
This series is just a stop-gap because the new smaller chips aren't performing as expected.

The R&D time for the smaller chips controller was under estimated by about a zillion times but a new product with the older/larger chips could be produced, have a little better specs than the G2s, and add a SATA3 controller by Marvell with little expense.

It could counter the Vertex3s in the market place and keep Intel SSDs in the public view 'till the smaller chips are "optimized".

Go for it Intel!

Naturally this is all speculation but it sure sounds plausible.
Yes, it's most likely a stop-gap product. But nevertheless it seems rather decent eh. So I bought one, will see about upgrading when the 25nm ones hit.
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