Patriot Memory delivers new Inferno Series of SSDs

Mention Patriot Memory and chances are computer enthusiasts will be able to identify the company, as it is a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash and computer peripheral solutions. Well, they have come up with three more larger capacity SSDs which will further expand upon the award winning Inferno Series of SSDs. We’re talking about the Inferno 60GB, 120GB and 240GB drives that are build upon the earlier 100GB and 200GB capacity SSDs that make up the Inferno line. Inside each of these new offerings, you will find the SandForce SF-1200 SSD processor that makes it possible for the Inferno series to deliver incredible performance. Performance is not everything, since reliability and longevity are other issues that you should look at when choosing a new Solid State Drive, and this is where the Inferno series of SSDs deliver as well thanks to the SandForce DuraClass technology incorporated within.

Capable of hitting 285MB/s read and 275MB/s write (sequential) speeds, its performance becomes all the more exceptional when you consider the 24K IOPS (write) at 4K file sizes. As a result of that, this is one SSD series that has been specially optimized for enthusiast use as a primary system boot drive if you so desire. Patriot Inferno SSDs will work in tandem with specially screened MLC NAND Flash to deliver class leading performance, where among them include a 2.5″ to 3.5″ adapter plate for easy installation into desktop computer chassis. All of them are also accompanied by a 3 year warranty for added peace of mind. With SandForce DuraClass technology, you can be sure that enhanced endurance and reliability is part of the package, delivering an average of 20x over traditional SSD controllers through innovative write technology and Wear Leveling.

Pricing depends on the capacity of the SSD of your choice. If you’re building up a computer from scratch, you might want to check out the potential of the Inferno SSD range to boost its performance to the next level.

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