Computex 2014 - Just when we thought the 1.8GB/sec transfer speeds with a PCIe-based G.Skill SSD was fast, OCZ has to e-mail me notifying me of its RevoDrive 350 PCIe SSDs in RAID 0 at Computex 2014 - pushing an incredible, bandwidth-crushing 3.8GB/sec!
Yes, 3800MB/sec. It's an insane number, something that had OCZ use "specialized cooling fans to keep the SSDs humming along smoothly, the demo system was able to reach staggering speeds of nearly 4,000 MB/second!". The OCZ RevoDrive 350 SSDs are available in 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB with up to 1.8GB/sec sequential read speeds and up to 1.7GB/sec on writes - so a single drive kicks some ass, but in RAID 0? Wowzers.
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