Patriot Adds SandForce SSD With Inferno Series

The SandForce SSD controller is currently one the fastest performing solutions for solid state drives and Patriot has just added one to its lineup with the introduction of the Inferno series.

Patriot's Inferno series, available in 100GB and 200GB capacities, delivers sequential read and write speeds of 285MB/s and 275MB/s respectively.

"The Inferno series of SSDs are the fastest and most exciting that Patriot has yet brought to market," states Les Henry, Vice President of Engineering at Patriot. "We have been pleased to work with SandForce to bring these enterprise level SSDs to the mainstream market at a fraction of the costs. We are very impressed with the performance numbers based on the SandForce SSD Processor. This solution fits well with our objective of offering the latest technology and best performance in our product lineup."

"Patriot is well known for delivering high-performance memory and solid state drive solutions to the enthusiast market. It was natural for SandForce to work closely with Patriot in developing a SSD solution which offers incredible performance and reliability," said Thad Omura, VP of Marketing at SandForce. "The SandForce SF-1222 SSD processor brings a level of performance sure to please the early adopters in the PC enthusiast crowd that Patriot caters to so well."

Pricing hasn't yet been revealed  has been revealed.

Family

Capacity

Model #

UPC

Processor

Read Speed

Write Speed

Warranty

Inferno

200GB

PI200GS25SSDR

0879699009591

SF-1222

285MB/s

275MB/s

5 years

Inferno

100GB

PI100GS25SSDR

0879699009607

SF-1222

285MB/s

275MB/s

5 years

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  • Anonymous
    price ?
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  • Pyroflea
    I love the sounds of those drives. I'd consider getting one if I didn't already know the prices will be ridiculous :)
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  • meat81
    Not that I am against technology advancement, but for SSD's it seems that every time the prices start to slide just a bit, they relase a new feature that throws the pricing back up again. AHAHAHAHAHAH!!!
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