These two drives are equipped with the SandForce controller SF-2281, like the brothers. To achieve these unusual capacities, two channels of the eight supported are disabled. OCZ claims performance aren’t affected.
The price per GB is about the same as the other Agility models. We are talking about $220 for the 180GB and $420 for the 360GB.
That’s not an impressive release, indeed. But I think, in this case, more choice is definitely better than less, so I’m happy to see OCZ working to develop new SSDs.
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