Kingston and Patriot are showcasing new SSDs based on the
succesful SandForce SF-2200 controller at the Compuitex show.
Kingston has added the HyperX solid-state drive to its lineup
of SSDs. The HyperX is based on the SandForce SF-2200
controller - also found in OCZ's Vertex 3 - with 25nm NAND
rated for 5,000 write/erase cycles. The drive's specifications
list a sustaining sequential read and write speeds of 525 and
480MB/s, respectively. The company plans to release 120 and
240GB versions of the drive in July. Both models are also
rated for 60,000 IOps with 4KB random writes.
Patriot memory is also getting in on the SF-2200. The new
Wildfire series of SSD is rated for 500MB/s sequential reads
and writes and will be available in capacities of 64GB, 128Gb