Intel offers performance ssd for gamers and video editing

Earlier in the day, Intel had a demo about SSDs where you can overlock your controller clock speed and its NAND chips. But the chipmaker ditched the idea because they couldn’t offer full warranty support on a drive where its performance can be manipulated by the users. Intel calls its 730 Series as the model for digital content creation, video editing, capture and for hardcore gamers.

 

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Instead, Intel decided to introduce the 730 series SSD with a 50% boost in controller speed compared to its older models. The 730 series SSD features a spped increase from 400 MHz to 600 MHz, and a 20% bump in NAND flash NAND’s speed from 83MHz to 100 MHz.

The Intel 730 Series SSDs have started in a few pre-order offers, from online retailers, which will be shipped on 18th of March. The 240GB version costs $250 and 480GB is priced at $480