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Intel to finally issue firmware fix for faulty 320 series SSDs (update: available now!)

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When Intel first unleashed its third generation 320 series SSDs, we were thrilled with their prices that were 30 percent lower than Chipzilla's previous offerings. The love fest didn't last long, however, as many customers soon found they hadn't gotten what they paid for -- drives of all sizes were reporting only 8MB of capacity due to flawed firmware. Well, good news, storage speed demons, Intel's in the final stages of testing a firmware fix, and it'll be made available "within the next two weeks." SSD salvation's only a few days and a download away, so hit the source for the full details.

[Thanks, Philip]

Update: Look's like the update's live folks, so just head on over to second source link below and get all those bytes you paid for!

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