Super Talent MasterDrive SX SAM28GM25S 128GB SSD

Jul 21st, 2009 | By Simon

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Manufacturer: Super Talent

Solid State Disks are the latest rage in the storage industry. Everyone is trying to out do each other and steal a piece of the market place. With only a few flash memory providers, the one with the largest stock and the lowest price is going to win. The question becomes, which provider is the best bang for your buck? Most of us can’t afford the Intel X25-E SLC or the X25-M MLC for that matter. THis leaves us with a variety of JMicron controllers, Indilinx and Samsung. Today we have the Super Talent 128GB MasterDrive SX SSD built on a Samsung infrastructure.

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The MasterDrive SX is built on the latest Samsung controller and makes no sacrifices by offering a blistering 220MB/s read speed and 200MB/s write speed. How does this compared with other controllers on the market? Let’s find out!

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  1. There’s a problem with the power consumption chart. The numbers can’t be right unless you’re measuring the power consumption of the system that hosts the drives (but then that’s not clearly stated and it’s confusing)

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  2. mitrax wrote:

    There’s a problem with the power consumption chart. The numbers can’t be right unless you’re measuring the power consumption of the system that hosts the drives (but then that’s not clearly stated and it’s confusing)

    Sorry for the confusion, the result listed is the power consumption for the entire PC.

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  3. why are you showing the old gskill?….

    why not post the top (new) drives against new ssd reviews?

    also 128gb differs greatly from 64gb as cache doubles etc…

    thanks

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  4. showtime wrote:

    why are you showing the old gskill?….
    why not post the top (new) drives against new ssd reviews?
    also 128gb differs greatly from 64gb as cache doubles etc…
    thanks

    For comparison between various types of SSD’s available, not necessarily to compare different manufacturers selling the same SSD. Those numbers will be pretty much the same, it is more interesting to compare old J.Micron vs Indilinx vs Samsung for those looking to upgrade.

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