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ADATA showcases 3.5in enclosure for dual SSDs, plus new 512GB drive

by Tarinder Sandhu on 4 June 2009, 09:40

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ADATA's better known as the provider of various memory-related products, but like many, has branched out into the lucrative world of solid-state drive (SSD) retailing.
   

The EX93 enclosure slots into a regular 3.5in bay and can house two 2.5in drives, and we're thinking of the fast SSD variant here.

From what we saw, it's easy-as-pie to use, enabling quick-access removal and decent-enough build quality.

Plumbed out of the back with the regular SATA interfaces for the two drives, ADATA had several S592 SSDs in RAID0 for some pretty nifty numbers.


Plumbed out of the back with the regular SATA interface, ADATA had eight S592 SSDs in RAID0 for some pretty nifty numbers - 1,100MB/s sequential read and 816MB/s sequential write.


Lastly, here's a 512GB model of the SX94 SSD, which uses internal RAID0 to push out a potential 230MB/s read and 160MB/s write.


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Surely it would be a 512GB drive?
Think the 500GB is a typo, it says 512 on the drive itself:S
Tarinder has fixed it now anyway :thumbsup:

i think it's because it is the 500 series of SSDs, an easy mistake :)
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Tarinder has fixed it now anyway :thumbsup:

i think it's because it is the 500 series of SSDs, an easy mistake :)

Yup, thanks, not enough coffee for me this morning. :)