CES 2010 CoverageBosco - January 6, 2010
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Another drive that OCZ was showcasing was an external drive called the Super Speed External SSD, which operates using USB 3.0 and has a capacity of up to 256GB. The external drive offers read speeds of up to 215MB/s and write speeds of up to 175MB/s. When the drive was hooked up and the tests were run using Crystal Disk Mark 2.2 the external drive gained some pretty impressive numbers, including almost making it to 200MB/s with the Sequential Read test.
Finally OCZ had a couple of its newer power supplies on showcase. There was the Silencer MK II, which is a 950 watt power supply with a single 12v rail design. It uses a 135mm thermally controlled fan for cooling and has 100% Japanese made solid capacitors for durability and efficiency. There was also the Fatal1ty series power supply, which offers a modular design at 750 watts. It also uses a single 12v rail design and a thermally controlled 135mm fan with red LEDs to give your case some “bling”.