Consumer grade solid state drives typically use multi-level cell NAND flash chips because it is cheaper to produce. The Kingston V300 120GB reviewed here today has broken the $1/GB barrier with its $110 price tag. The high price of single level cell (SLC) NAND has kept it mainly in the enterprise market, but its greater speed and higher endurance is now available in a consumer drive in the form of the SuperSSpeed S301 Hyper Gold 128GB, which can be found online for around $250. We also have a mid-tower case from Raidmax, the ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z AM3+ motherboard and more for you to read about today.
Raidmax Cobra PC Case @ ThinkComputers
SimCity Performance, Benchmarked @ TechSpot
ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z Review: Cream of the Crop for AM3+ @ PC Perspective
SuperSSpeed S301 Hyper Gold 128GB SLC SSD @ [H]ardOCP
Kingston V300 120GB SSD @ Bjorn3D
PowerColor PCS+ HD7870 GHz Edition 2GB GDDR5 @ LanOC Reviews