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Old June 3, 2012, 01:04 PM
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Default [Withdrawn] SSD with built-in encryption 160GB or higher

Query withdrawn: I don't like the idea of a mobo death ending the life of my SSD! I'll just take the CPU hit of SW encryption under the knowledge that I can wipe my drive at any time on any computer...

Kingston Technical Support for SVP200S3 | Kingston Technology
If you forget the password for this drive, it cannot be accessed. (...) forgetting your password is not covered under Kingston’s warranty.
Intel Intel 320-series SSD and FDE (Full Disk Encryption) questions...
If you lose or forget your ATA User Password and Master Password, your SSD will remain locked(...) In this case, your SSD and your data are lost, and cannot be recovered by Intel.
"The computer programmer says they should drive the car around the block and see if the tire fixes itself." [src]

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