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    Default Marvell's New SSD Controller Enables 500MB/s Write Performance on "Dirty" SSDs.



    Marvell's New SSD Controller Enables 500MB/s Write Performance on "Dirty" SSDs.

    http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/storage...irty_SSDs.html

    Marvell Unveils New Generation Controller for Solid-State Drives


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    "Marvell claims that the new controller enables ~500MB/s of sequential write performance even at "dirty drive" (SSD that has been used for a long period of time) conditions. The developer also points to "best-in-class" random read and write IOPS with minimum over-provisioning and minimal performance degradation."

    Sounds awsome if it works.

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    I guess we should all marvel at the new Ironman of SSD controllers harr harr harr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan9 View Post
    I guess we should all marvel at the new Ironman of SSD controllers harr harr harr

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    LOL marvelous

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    i think plextor may be first to use this controller in thier M3 series of drives, but not sure.

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    Didn't know about plextor

    Thanks

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    plextor good ssd's. what they have done with the marvel controller is similar to what intel have done with sandforce controller. improved everything making driver better in reliability and performance.

 

 

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