Solid State Hard Disks Tags: Hard Drives Solid State Computer Storage Last response: July 13, 2004 8:31 PM in Storage Share csutech July 13, 2004 8:12:32 PM I was checking out a very expensive computer website: http://www.go-l.com/desktops/machl38/architecture/index... and noticed that they sell Solid State Hard Disks that put up some incredible numbers. I looked all over the web to find any sort of company that sells these disks and everything I find seems dated. For example this Bitmicro sells these drives http://www.bitmicro.com/products_edisk_35_ide.php but the numbers are no where near the same. Is this PuRAM BS or is this technology really available and why can't I find an article about it here on Tom's?? ;-) More about : solid state hard disks | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove etp777 July 13, 2004 8:31:19 PM BS, even pci express only has 2.5GB or so of bandwidth, and those are PCI systems. Not to mention claiming to be an Intel partner but selling oc'd systems, and so on | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>Solid State Hard Disks> Related ressources: ForumCurrent best solid state disks ? ForumSolid State Hard Drive installation in Dell Studio XPS 435 MT ForumSolid State Hard Drive or a normal hard driver? ForumSolid state disks ForumEsata, usb, solid state , wirelesss disks ForumUpgrading Hard drive on a Solid State/Hard Drive system ForumSATA Solid State Hard Drives backup and or clone ForumSSD( solid state drive) vs HD( hard drive) for raid 5 / 6 ForumSolid State Hard Drives ForumBest solid state ForumWindows 7 won't detect my Solid State Drive ForumSSD - Solid State Disks ForumSolid state cache drive or extra RAM Forum80GB Intel X25-M solid-state disk (SSD) drive ForumDell Optiplex 755 Upgrade ForumHard Drive Problem Forumhard drive not beening recignozed ForumSolid State Drives Forumxp and hard drives ForumSilencing the hard drive! More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !