Intel X25-M G2 80GB Solid State Drive throws out bits as fast as your storage interface can handle them

by Rafael Hernandez on April 30, 2010 · 0 comments

Solid State Drives have opened up a whole new realm of performance possibilities which just might be a detriment to those that enjoy their system’s boot up time to be long enough so that they can grab themselves a beverage and a pastry.

The Intel X25-M G2 80GB Solid State Drive carries on the blazing speed tradition the company is known for with read and write speeds that speed up loading times. ITShootOut has the review:

The SSD itself is also quite unremarkable with simple aluminium casing and a plastic spacer sat atop the drive to allow compatibility with both 7mm and 9mm 2.5” bays. While a little dull-looking compared to Corsair and OCZ offerings the casing is durable and feels like it could take quite a pounding.

Not that you’d want to test your drive’s durability in such a manner, but you could.

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