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G.Skill Falcon 2 128GB SSD Review
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 16 March 2010 19:06


Formatted Capacity: 120GB
Claimed Sequential Read: 220MB/sec
Claimed Sequential Write: 150MB/sec

In the past twelve months Indilinx Barefoot drive controller based SSDs have firmly established themselves as some of the best on the market and with a the addition of TRIM firmware support banishing the gremlins of performance degradation SSDs have never looked such an attractive upgrade.

The big problem though remains pricing, with a 120GB OCZ Vertex costing £300, or £2.41/GB – a very hard cost to stomach for many considering a 1TB hard disk drive still does the job at just £0.06/GB, regardless of the fantastic performance improvements SSDs are capable of.



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