The Intel SSD 710 Series delivers leading performance for Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA)-based computers in three capacities: 100 GB, 200 GB, and 300 GB. By combining 25nm Intel NAND Flash Memory technology with SATA 3Gb/s interface support, the Intel SSD 710 Series delivers sequential read speeds of up to 270 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 210 MB/s.
The Intel SSD 710 Series also includes High Endurance Technology (HET), which combines NAND silicon enhancements and SSD NAND management techniques to extend the write endurance of an SSD, leading to lifetime endurance levels of up to 1.5 PB (3.0 PB with 20% over-provisioning) on the 300 GB SSD. The industry-standard 2.5-inch form factor enables interchangeability with existing hard disk drives (HDDs) and native SATA HDD drop-in replacement with the enhanced performance, reliability, ruggedness, and power savings offered by an SSD.
Boost your data center application performance and user productivity, increase data protection—even during power loss—all while reducing system downtime with the Intel Solid-State Drive 710 Series.
Pros: Up to 3x the data cycles
Cons: SATA II, no speed benefits, or storage size benefits.
Other Thoughts: I'm not knocking intel, because their price is justified. Along with the new features, the eMLC and eSLC NAND chips are certified for 3x the data cycles. The average MLC NAND has a 10,000 cycle average. The eMLC NAND is certified (in some cases) for more than 30,000 cycles. That is your price justification
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Pros: ** I do not own this ** and i am not knocking Intel or newegg but..
Cons: its a new enterprise drive from intel!!!
Other Thoughts: cant wait to see the price on the 720 :(
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“Up to 3x the data cycles”— Neckername 4/3/2012
“** I do not own this ** and i am not knocking Intel or newegg but..— 9/15/2011
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