The G.Skill TITAN
It is getting to be one of those "If you have seen one SSD, you have seen them all" deals, at least on the outside. Even with that in mind, just seeing an SSD with a big 256 across it gets us excited.
The back of the drive is pretty typical as well. This is where G.Skill places the serial number and compliance logos.
The business end of the drive shows us that the power and SATA data connector is the correct place. Notice that the TITAN drives do not have mini USB ports, a feature that can come in handy, but has little real world value since USB is still far too slow to utilize the awesome transfer rates that are provided by solid state drives.
On the side we see that the drive has the two holes needed to mount the TITAN.
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