Specifications, Pricing and Availability
Like many other SandForce manufacturers, MemoRight ran through the entire capacity range with the FTM-25 Series. We will be looking at the 240GB model in detail today, but several other capacity sizes are available and they range from 50GB and go all the way to 480GB.
MemoRight offers several SSD lines; the FTM-25 that we are looking at today uses multi-level cell flash technology and pairs it with the phenomenal SandForce SF-1200 controller. Even now with new SATA 6G SSDs hitting the market the SandForce SF-1200 offers some of the best performance vs. cost benefits available.
When it comes to performance the FTM-25 Series of products offers a claimed 280MB/s read speed and 270MB/s write speed. These are for the most part the limits of SATA 3G as implemented by most motherboard manufacturers. The FTM-25 Series also offers 30K 4K IOPS read performance and 10K write performance.
The only issue we've found is actually trying to find the MemoRight FTM-25 to verify pricing. After a few global searches on Google we came up empty handed. MemoRight is still trying to establish their global network of distributors and resellers, but we were surprised by the results since the company has such a good history of manufacturing high performance products.
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