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    Check out the read/write speeds on this


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    the R2 delivers performance ideal for enterprise applications that are limited by HDD technology
    I can't say I can think of any apps that are limited by HDD off the top of my head!

    It's a bargain at £4,200!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe90bass View Post
    I can't say I can think of any apps that are limited by HDD off the top of my head!
    The operating system?

    Some of the other PCI SSD's >500MB/s at a more reasonable price

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    Ah yes, get it now.. I read it as being apps were seriously hindered/unusable due to current HDD technology rather than just 'slowed' down

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    Cheaper on Scan! Very nice drive... seems that bottle necks are starting to move from the storage media (ie HDD platters used to be slow part) to the storage interface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe90bass View Post
    Ah yes, get it now.. I read it as being apps were seriously hindered/unusable due to current HDD technology rather than just 'slowed' down
    They are; Norton for one!

    Just got myself a Vertex 3, one of the best purchases I've ever made

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    Quote Originally Posted by j17sparky View Post
    They are; Norton for one!

    Just got myself a Vertex 3, one of the best purchases I've ever made
    You liking it then? I was looking at them last night thinking I might treat myself next month to one, tonight my PC decided to jam up on startup looking like HDD errors



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