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RunCore Displays New Products on the Show Floor

RunCore takes liquid cooling to the extreme

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 9, 2010 7:18 pm

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CES 2010 - RunCore hit the ground running here in Vegas allowing us to test the new Pro V powered by the SandForce 1500 controller and consumer MLC memory. The TweakTown Storage Produce Test Workstation is now residing in their booth so everyone can come and test the drive first hand.

 

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Also at the RunCore booth the company is showing just how resilient their solid state products are. Here we see two Pro IV model SSDs attached to a paint shaker. RunCore then powers the drives and attaches then to the workstation. The modified paint shaker is then activated and the drives are abused in unnatural ways.

 

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RunCore also had a surprise for everyone, here we see a SSD fully submerged in water yet still powered on and churning data.

 

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The core business for RunCore is their line of Solid State Drives designed for the popular netbook market.

 

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I can't say that I am a fan of netbooks (due to my above average hand size) but this HP model uses a full size or near full size keyboard. This is one of the nicest netbooks I have played with so far.

 

In this image you can also see the new Pro V model that we tested just a few days ago. The retail packaging arrived after we ran our review.

 

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