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FiXT November 18, 2009 11:40 AM

OCZ Colossus Series SSD Bring 1TB of Solid State Storage
 
OCZ today released the Colossus 3.5" Solid State Drive (SSD) Series, designed to meet the performance and storage demands of high-end desktop users and enterprise clients. Available in up to one terabyte configurations, the Colossus Series marks a milestone in solid state drive technology, making it possible to have both high performance and high... [ Read full article ]

miggs78 November 18, 2009 12:19 PM

Pretty Pretty price tag..

gingerbee November 18, 2009 01:09 PM

right on both counts price and size

Ritz November 18, 2009 04:02 PM

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Originally Posted by miggs78 (Post 289169)
Pretty Pretty price tag..

:shok:

For hardware that's guaranteed to be obsolete in 10, 9, 8- Oh look! New hardware that's faster and cheaper! I wouldn't spend this much money. If you have lots of massive programs that have all sorts of large extensions you need loading quickly... you would need how much? 160, 320 GB? The rest of the space isn't going to be used as much as you might as well put the rest of your data on a seperate standard disk drive, I think.

Although it's fun to daydream about.

dragoonxx November 19, 2009 10:33 AM

well, the better things about the colossus (imo) are-move to desktop drive size (no need to get an adapter, or to find somewhere to velcro/ziptie/what have you-LARGE size (yes i understand the whole thing of, put the apps on the one drive, then use a standard drive for everything else, but at the same time the increased size is just mostly hinting towards the evolution of drives...maybe it might force price drops for other drives (hah, I wish but maybe) and eventually ssds might get a reasonable $/GB ratio

belgolas November 19, 2009 04:37 PM

Just wait a year or 2 and this will be down to less than a dollar per GB.


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