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Super Talent Introduces PCIe and Mini PCIe Flash Modules

Super Talent has introduced its new line of PCIe and Mini PCIe Flash Drive Modules that provide read speeds of up to 350 MB/s and write speeds of up to 220 MB/s. The module's ultra-compact form factor also makes them well suited for use in embedded applications, all-in-one PCs and notebooks and are available in a configurations ranging from 8 to 128 GB.

The CoreStore MV and MP also feature 8-channel Marvell controllers and up to 64MB of DDR2 DRAM for an additional performance boost. You can view the full specifications and associated data sheets at Super Talent's website.

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  • jerrspud
    is this news or an ad?
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  • bucknutty
    Can these be used as boot drives? Where can I get one? Is there a MSRP?
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  • retrophe
    bucknuttyCan these be used as boot drives? Where can I get one? Is there a MSRP?I don" know if they can be used as boot drives but prices are nuts. Amazon has the CoreStore MP 64GB for $235.41. WTH? here's the link http://www.amazon.com/Super-Talent-CoreStore-Solid-SR64C8MP1/dp/B004YCUQV8
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  • halcyon
    Would you say that this Ad is a little lean on the details the audience might be interested in? Can they be used as boot devices? What's the MSRP? Oh, I see, I can look it up myself if I want any information. FAIL Tom's.
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  • dgingeri
    retropheI don" know if they can be used as boot drives but prices are nuts. Amazon has the CoreStore MP 64GB for $235.41. WTH? here's the link http://www.amazon.com/Super-Talent B004YCUQV8
    That's WAY overpriced.
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  • abbadon_34
    This tech is 5 years old. Look up a revodrive if you care.
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  • sykozis
    So, with the stated capacities....and read/write speeds....what exactly is the purpose? They're slower than SATA3 SSDs....and more expensive.
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  • tobalaz
    abbadon_34This tech is 5 years old. Look up a revodrive if you care.
    You sure this isn't an Apple product?

    dgingeriThat's WAY overpriced.
    Refer to above statement.
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