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Intel 520 Series SSD review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 06 February 2012 18:18


From the Inquirer:

CHIPMAKER Intel has updated its high-end enthusiast solid-state disk (SSD) range with a drive that offers an upgrade for those who jumped on the X25-M a few years ago.

If Intel's position in the x86 chip market seems dominant then its position in the SSD market seems overwhelming. Not only did Intel manage to produce the first SSD worth having with the X25-M, but peel the covers off many SSDs from OCZ, Crucial, Kingston and others and you'll find Intel's NAND flash memory chips.



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