Details on Intel's Third-Gen SSD 25nm Refresh

Intel SSDs, while very consistent in delivering good performance, is no longer the leader of the pack. Coming soon, however, will be the 25nm versions that'll be a significant upgrade from the current 34nm SSDs.

The 25nm versions are called the Postville Refresh, indicating that it's an upgrade from the current Postville generation. If the performance specifications published by AnandTech ring true, however, then the third-generation drives will definitely outpace the current G2s by a noticeable margin.

Check out AnandTech for the full deal.

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  • gmarsack
    I like seeing the 300/600GB capacities up there... wonder how much something like that would cost - the gross national product of a small country perhaps? Cool to see this tech advance though. :)
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  • KingArcher
    Why does Intel have poor write performance compared to other manufacturers?
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  • KingArcher
    gmarsackI like seeing the 300/600GB capacities up there... wonder how much something like that would cost - the gross national product of a small country perhaps? Cool to see this tech advance though.


    A hand and a leg for 160/300 GB. Probably a kidney as well for the 600GB ;)
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  • KingArcher
    Why does Intel have poor write performance compared to other manufacturers?
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  • gmarsack
    I like seeing the 300/600GB capacities up there... wonder how much something like that would cost - the gross national product of a small country perhaps? Cool to see this tech advance though. :)
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  • komag
    still no SATA 3 speed?
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