Silicon Power announces budget SATA I/II SSD drives
Silicon Power has announced a new range of SSD’s today, the Technology T10. The drives come in capacities ranging from 32GB to 256GB and according to Silicon Power it’s a budget range but no prices were given. The specifications of the drives seem to support that they are budget models as the drives support SATA I and II and use DD2 DRAM as cache memory. The company only reports a maximum read rate of 278 MB/s.
Unfortunately not many more technical specifications are given, other than that the drive supports the TRIM function, has built in ECC error correction code, Wear Leveling technology to extend lifespan, three years of warranty and that it comes with brushed aluminium outside. While this might be an outcome for many who have a SATA II motherboard, we just have to wait how attractive it really is when the prices of the drives is announced and the performance is tested.
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