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Intel 320 Series SSDs debut: up to 600GB

Intel 320 Series SSDs debut: up to 600GB

Intel has announced its latest SSD range, the 25nm-based 320 Series, replacing the existing X25-M and slashing prices by up to $100. Available in 40-, 80-, 120-, 160, 300- and 600GB capacities, the third-gen SSDs more than double sequential write speeds as well, up to 220 MB/s sequential writes, together with up to 270 MB/s sequential reads.

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Intel 120GB X25-M SSD arrives along with price-cuts

Intel 120GB X25-M SSD arrives along with price-cuts

We're not entirely convinced that an SSD is everybody's idea of a great holiday gift, but if you're shopping for the geek in your life then the news that Intel has slashed solid-state drive prices and introduced a new, 120GB X25-M SATA model might be useful. The 80GB X25-M SSD now has an RRP of $199, while the new 120GB drive has an RRP of $249.

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Intel X25-M 80 and 160GB SSDs Get Price Break

Intel X25-M 80 and 160GB SSDs Get Price Break

One of the best parts of having your own PC, is making it your own. You get to pick the parts that go into your tower, along with every other piece of accessory. If that's your thing, you can do pretty much whatever you want with your PC. The only trouble is, usually, the price. For example, when the Intel X25-M 80GB broke cover a little over two years ago, it had a price tag of $595. Luckily it took a price cut last July, getting it down to $225. But now it's even less, even if it's just for a limited time.

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Intel X25-V Value SSD: $125 for 40GB

Intel X25-V Value SSD: $125 for 40GB

"Cheap" and "SSD" are not two words you generally hear in the same sentence, but Intel are hoping to change that - or at least head somewhere toward it - with their latest drive.  The Intel X25-V Value SATA SSD comes in at roughly $125, significantly lower than the company have been charging for their previous solid-state drives, though as you might expect there are some compromises made to achieve that price-point.

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Gateway FX6800-05 review : Intel 80GB SSD, i7 940, plus ATI 4870 X2’s gaming rig

Gateway FX6800-05 review : Intel 80GB SSD, i7 940, plus ATI 4870 X2’s gaming rig

Gateway's FX6800-01e was the first i7, Nehalem, Quad-Core processor PC we tested, and its performance boost over the previous Core 2 architecture was obvious. That was the company's lowest FX-series rig with Nehalem/Bloomfield; today we have the highest model in the FX-series, the FX-6800-05 desktop, to review. Gateway's ultimate gaming rig sports high end components built upon the Intel's i7-940 2.93Ghz, ATI Radeon 4870 X2 graphics, 6GB of DDR3 memory, and last but by no means least, an ultra-fast Intel X25-M 80GB SSD. All that will cost you around $3000 retail, so the big question is whether this Gateway is worth the asking price?

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Intel 160GB X25-M SSD begins shipping

Intel 160GB X25-M SSD begins shipping

Intel have begun shipping the 160GB version of their X25-M solid-state drive.  The new SSD doubles the capacity of the previous model, the 80GB, and is initially only available in the 2.5-inch form-factor; a 1.8-inch 160GB X18-M SSD will begin shipping in January 2009.  No official pricing has been announced for either drive; however the 80GB X25-M currently retails for around $540.

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