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[Discuss] NAS: lots of bays vs. lots of boxes

On 7/11/2015 8:55 AM, Edward Ned Harvey (blu) wrote:
> It took a surprisingly long time for SSD's to get faster than
> sustainable 1Gbit/sec, but they've accomplished it now. Nowadays, I
> expect a typical SSD to actually be limited by the 6Gbit bus.

The two Crucial BX100 drives in my notebook easily hit the 6Gbit/s 
(~500MB/s) bus limit and these are budget drives. The world is moving 
forward with direct PCI Express. Fastest drives right now are 2.5GByte/s 
read, 1.5GByte/s write. Massive parallelism for the win.

Rich P.

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