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G.Skill Showcases Phoenix II at Cebit 2011

Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturing company G.Skill is displaying its Phoenix II SSD series at Cebit, targeting hardcore enthusiasts.

Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturing company G.Skill is displaying its Phoenix II SSD series at Cebit, targeting hardcore enthusiasts.

Powered by the SandForce SF-2000 series chipset, the SSD was spotted at the booth connected to an AMD Phenom II X6 system chomping through a session of ATTO disk benchmark at data transfer rates up to 550Mb/s. Prices and availability has not been confirmed yet but the 120Gb variant has started selling in Europe at a MSRP of €299.

News via [Hexus]

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