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Aug 02, 11 at 3:42am
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Seriously, I don't know much about SSDs but that seems gorgeous TBH. I think with my OCZ 60GB SSD it takes something like 25 seconds to boot up which is pretty fast IMO.

Also, could you tell me some numbers about how well it compares to say, 7200RPM and 10K RPM drives? I know write speeds are a weakness with SSDs, but I'm thinking they're catching up nicely now. especially with this sexy drive.

I don't mind the price myself. By the time I get yet another computer (hopefully some 2.5+ years from now XD) I'd be able to get an even faster one, for a lower price I would think >_> Still, if I was building a rig RIGHT NOW with my own budget, I would definitely get this baby <3

Jul 14, 11 at 12:43am

The Patriot WildFire is a 120GB SSD using the latest Sandforce SF-2281 controller, and 32nm MLC NAND memory. Together these components promise enterprise-level performance in a package priced for hardware enthusiasts. Hit our review to see if the WildFire can live up to its name, or if it ends up burning out prematurely.

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