Patriot 【INFERNOシリーズ】 60GBモデルSSD PI60GS25SSDR
SandForce SF-1222 SSD processor paired with qualified MLC NAND flash for best performance, value and reliability 4K Random Write IOPS up to 14K / 4K Random Read IOPS up to 5K Includes 3.5" bracket TRIM support (O/S dependent) DuraClass technology DuraWrite extends the life of your SSD Intelligent Block Management and Wear Leveling Intelligent Read Disturb Management Intelligent Recycling improves management of free space RAISE (Redundant Array of Independent Silicon Elements) Intelligent Data Retention optimization Best-in-class ECC protection for longest data retention and drive life Power/Performance balancing Native Command Queuing (NCQ) Data Retention: 5+ years at 25 C Data Reliability: Built in BCH 16-bit ECC & 24-bit ECC
So you know what this can do based on the stats and there are a ton of articles that do comparisons between all the other SSD's out there on google. So my personal experience goes like this: I thought my M11X was fast with a i7 core cpu, 320gb 7200rpm HDD, 4gb of DDR3 with no bloatware installed. With the Patriot Inferno having a fresh Windows 7 installed and all the drivers from Dell that I needed this thing is faster then I would have ever imagined! Here is a real number: 23 seconds from "OFF" to "On" and ready to go (with no Windows OS spinning wheel on the desktop)...and I don't mean "Sleep Mode" to "ON". I was downloading MP3's onto the M11X and I was coming off a WD 1TB external HHD and it was taking less then 2 seconds to copy each album over. I had used this new setup for a couple of days and then put the original HDD back in and it felt so slow that I chuckled thinking to myself how spoiled the SSD drive made me.
This isn't my first SDD. My first was in a Lenovo S10 netbook. I had put in an OCZ Summit Series 60gb with 220MB/s read and 120MB/s write and that made my little netbook scream. That SSD is what made me decide that my new laptop needed the Patriot Inferno to get the most performance out of the M11X. With that being said, this is an expensive upgrade and "not at all necessary"...at least that's what my wallet said...but the inner child said "way cool, what an excellent choice!"