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Taiwan-based MSI has entered into the SSDs business. MSI is working to produce three solid state drives that are based on the SandForce SF-2281 processor.

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No doubt, in future Solid State Drive (SSD) will fully occupy the place of traditional Hard Disk Drive (HDD) because of its durability, data transfer speed, power consumption etc. Differently we can realize the SSDs’ future when well known computer manufacturer is entering into the SSDs business. Recently, Taiwan-based electronics company MSI has officially entered into the SSDs business. InsideIndustryNews claims that they have an internal relation to MSI, and says that MSI is working to produce three solid state drives that are based on the SandForce SF-2281 processor.


MSI-SSD, Image credit: insideindustrynews.com

MSI’s upcoming three models are the RX-60 (60GB), the RX-120 (120GB), and the RX-240 (240GB). These SSD are able to deliver bandwidth of 6 gigabits per second, according to the source.

Specifications

Model Name: RX-60 RX-120 RX-240
Capacity 60 GB 120 GB 240 GB
Read 525 MB/s 550 MB/s 560 MB/s
Write 495 MB/s 515 MB/s 525 MB/s
Form Factor 2.5″ 2.5″ 2.5″
Access Time 0.1 ms 0.1 ms 0.1 ms
Random Write 4 kb 4 kb 4 kb
MTBF 2 Million Hrs 2 Million Hrs 2 Million Hrs
IOPS 85,000 90,000 90,000
Shock Resistance 1500G 1500G 1500G
Certifications RoHS, FCC, CE RoHS, FCC, CE RoHS, FCC, CE

This specifications are not enough for a new SSD. We could not find more important things such as thickness, weight, power management, power, temperature, vibration etc. Even, there are no word about price tag.

Source: Ubergizmo

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