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terryb8s

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#81488 13-Apr-2011 17:26
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Used but only for about a month of general use.

Model: SSDSA2SH032G1GN
FW:8790

Not sure what they are worth now so make me an offer, feel free to ask any questions you like.

Review Here
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/intel-x25-e-ssd,2158-2.html

Cheers

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hellonearthisman
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  #458341 13-Apr-2011 17:52
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Are you selling them as individual units. Would you be happy with $70 for one?

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  #458366 13-Apr-2011 18:51
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Yes I am happy to sell them separately, was hoping for a bit more than that, I should have mentioned these are $320USD new, but not expecting that much.

 
 
 
 


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  #458401 13-Apr-2011 19:37
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Was hoping it was xmas and not easter :)

Nice drives
4KB random read 35,000 IOPS
4KB random write 3,300 IOPS
Cache memory Yes
Cache size 16 MB
Maximum read speed 250 MB/s
Maximum write speed 170 MB/s
Power consumption (operating) 2.4 W

Way outside my budget, sorry.

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  #460069 18-Apr-2011 12:18
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I will offer these at an incredible $150 each free postage within NZ (except rural add $5)

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  #460650 19-Apr-2011 20:50
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Hey, I'll take both if they're still going.

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  #460665 19-Apr-2011 21:25
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Sorry, can I nuke that offer - just checked current prices on sandforce drives, and these don't quite hold up at $300.

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  #460695 19-Apr-2011 22:26
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Fair enough please feel free to make an offer, as long as its reasonable i'm likely to accept :)

 
 
 
 


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  #460703 19-Apr-2011 22:52
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$100 for one drive?

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  #460757 20-Apr-2011 07:54
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I'll take both at $220? (Yes, I can do maths)

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  #460764 20-Apr-2011 08:21
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OK both for $220, sorry hellonearthisman.

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  #460781 20-Apr-2011 08:50
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*holds breath in-case of change of mind*
well done yumcimil & terryb8s for working out a deal.

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