Silicon Power Introduces Velox V60 and T10 SSDs – Computex 2012 Update

Silicon Power did more than upgrade their SSDs with an attractive exterior at Computex 2012 this morning.  Two new SSDs, the Velox V60 and T10 will be replacing the V30 and V20 lines and the T10 is a bit interesting with respect to capacity.

The V60, of course, contains the LSI SandForce SF-2281 controller and is capable of performance of 550MB/s read and 500MB/s write and is available in capacities up to 480GB. Although it is not mentioned, we can expect IOPS to reach the 85,000 mark.

The T10 is a bit of a different animal as it is a SATA 2 ‘SandForce Driven’ SSD yet is available in standard binary capacities such as 32, 64, 128, and 256GB which goes against the grain of the standard 30, 60, 120 and 240GB SF capacities that we are used to.  Both drives offer a standard three year warranty.

Pricing is not yet available for the new line but stay tuned as we hope to get reviews of these in soon enough.

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    Thanks for this. Hope the T10 is at the shop I am about to go to (in Japan)….

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