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RunCore Pro V SATA II Plus 120GB Solid State Drive Review - Specifications, Pricing and Availability

RunCore extends their SF-1200 product lineup with the Pro V Plus, a 25nm flash model.

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: Aug 2, 2011 4:37 am
TweakTown Rating: 64%      Manufacturer: RunCore

Specifications, Pricing and Availability

 

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RunCore is making the Pro V Plus in four capacity sizes; 60GB, 120GB, 240GB and a massive 480GB model for those with more loot to spend on an SSD than I do. The generic rating for the Pro V Plus Series is 280MB/s read and 270MB/s write, but we expect the smallest 60GB performance to vary a bit from the stated claims.

 

These 25nm models should use less power than the older Pro V Series that use 32nm IMFT flash, but they also have a lower P/E cycle which means they will not live as long, but users should expect to have a drive that works optimally for several years. RunCore's warranty on these drives is 2 years, so they will cover their drives for at least that amount of time.

 

Normally we'd go shopping for RunCore products at RunCoreStore.com, but at this time the Pro V Plus isn't listed for sale there. MyDigitalDiscount.com doesn't list the Pro V Plus either, so at this time you really can't buy the drive unless you have some kind of inside line that I don't.

 

Instead of speculating on the real world performance of the new 25nm drive, let's just get right to it and see what she can do.

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