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Your average SSD fits in a laptop friendly 2.5-inch slot and does so meekly, not calling too much attention to itself. RunCore's next SSD powerhouse, however, is a little more bodacious. It takes up a desktop standard 3.5-inch slot and is said to rely on \"substantial\" sized PCBs on both sides of it

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December 10, 2010 at 12:31PM
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As the old Chinese proverb says: \"Time flies like an arrow.\" Just like that, today -- coincidentally the 27th -- marks the one year anniversary of my Core i7 27-inch iMac. No words can express the satisfaction of having such sheer screen estate and computing power all encased in one gorgeous body,

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We know you like SandForce's ludicrous speed SSD controllers, but how much do you know about these enterprise-class chips really? If your answer is anything short of \"everything,\" you'll have to give Tech Report's writeup a read, where the guys get down and technical with Corsair's latest SandForce

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