Corsair add 32GB and 256GB models to their Nova SSD range...by Ian Cutress on May 4, 2010 8:06 AM EST
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Corsair have announced today that they are expanding their Nova SSD range to include both the 32GB and 256GB models. Using the Indilinx Barefoot™ controller, Corsair is marketing the 32GB model at basic configurations as a boot drive, or high-performance multi-RAID setups, with a modest speed of 195MB/sec read and 75MB/sec write. The 256GB model, with speeds of 250MB/sec read and 195MB/sec write, is aimed at high performance and large capacity systems.
Both drives support TRIM for Windows 7, and are backed by Corsair’s two-year limited warranty. You may remember Anandtech had the 128GB Nova in for testing last month, with the results listed in our Bench section.
Corsair state that these new drives are ‘available immediately’; however, the drives are nowhere to be found on the main consumer websites, or even Corsairs website itself, at this time. No price has been announced either, however, the 128GB model retails at $369, so we could expect the 32GB model around $100 and the 256GB model around $725.