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lørdag, 2. marts 2013, 22:54


Kingston har en del SSD eller Solid State Drives i deres sortiment. Og de er på vej med nye drev, der skulle bruge mindre strøm baseret på en LSI SandForce B2 stepping flash controller. Og det uden at ydelsen skulle være dårligere.


Around the time LSI SandForce announced they shipped 10 million controllers worldwide, another press release emerged. The other press release spoke of changes to a number of SandForce controllers that reduce power consumption. The new stepping dubbed B02 is now in the hands of SSD manufacturers and aims to extend the battery life of mobile computers running LSI SandForce based SSDs. As you know TweakTown has a couple of new power tests introduced late 2012 and we feel that mobile power performance is just as important as desktop throughput performance. The new B02 stepping is more than just a firmware change so existing LSI SandForce based SSDs aren't covered by the B02 hardware and software changes.





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