USB 3.0 Dram Disk uses free PC RAM to up data speed

Shane McGlaun - Jun 18, 2015, 5:00 am CDT
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USB 3.0 Dram Disk uses free PC RAM to up data speed

Sometimes the few minutes it can take a flash driver to transfer large files from the PC to the drive so you can take them with you on the road seems like an eternity. USB 3.0 flash drives increased the speed at which these file transfers can be performed but if you are looking for even more speed the new Super Talent Dram Disk claims some impressive performance.

The Dram Disk is a USB 3.0 flash drive that claims sequential read of up to 4041 MB/s and sequential write of up to 5388 MB/s. The way it is able to achieve those super fast data read and write speeds is by using some onboard software that utilizes available RAM in your computer to speed up the process of data read and write.

The software needed for such high performance is pre-installed on the drive and can be installed on multiple computers at one time. The drive itself is as portable as a normal flash drive and comes in multiple capacities.

Capacities include 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. Pricing for the drive is unannounced at this time. Those interested in getting their own can use a reservation sheet to reserve one on the manufacturer’s website.

SOURCE: SuperTalent


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