Thread: new generation SSD's?
30th April 2012, 11:45 AM #1
new generation SSD's?
soon I'll be reciveing a respectable amout of money that is enough to invest in a TWO 512GB SSD's, it'd be foolish to spend THAT much of money without doing homework, now I 'm happy with my current intel 320 as it increased an extra hour to battery life, but it's always a good idea to increase the space, will be needing one for my M14x (soon) and the other is top-performance for my next desktop..
the question is intel is releasing the next gen SSD's in the Q3/4 of this year, any idea about how low they consume power comparing to the current one?FOR SALE! MSI GT780 battery
MSI GT780DXR-095US/Intel Core i7 2630QM/ 12GB DDR3 1333Mhz/ Intel 320 120GB (bootable) 500GB WD scorpio black (storage) /nVidia GTX570m/
30th April 2012, 09:04 PM #2
Re: new generation SSD's?
From what I can see, the 320 series use very little power compared to the 330 and 520 series. I don't think the next generation could use much less power than the 320 series.
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