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Mushkin Callisto deluxe 60GB 2.5" SATA-II Solid State Hard Drive

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Maximum Read: 285MB/sec, Maximum Write: 275MB/sec, Controller: SandForce SF-1200, 3 Years Warranty.

Stock:
Discontinued!
This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 41780  
Stock code: HDR-SSD-MKNSSDCL60GB
Manuf. code: MKNSSDCL60GB-DX
Cust. Rating:   Read reviews.
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Bundle deal available on this product:

Mushkin Enhanced 2.5" Solid State Hard Drive Bracket + Mushkin Callisto deluxe 60GB 2.5" SATA-II Solid State Hard Drive
 +   =  £91.78 inc. VAT
£91.62 inc. VAT  
save £0.16
Lack a 2.5" HDD bracket? Add this internal Mushkin 3.5" drive bay to install this 2.5" HDD in your case.

Description:

Optimal Data Flow
Optimized for reliable caching and data flow.

SandForce Driven™
Approved by the elite SandForce Driven™ quality program.

Shock-Resistant
Designed for continued reliable function, even when things get a little rough.

TRIM Support
TRIM Support when used with compatible operating system.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer mushkin
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website http://www.mushkin.com
Warranty Period (yrs)3

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Question  Question by StuartB

Would it be possible to use this drive just for the OS, then get another Hard Drive for all my programs, documents, pics etc.

Answer by stewartz on Friday, July 29, 2011
That is generally how you would use an SSD.

Question  ssd 0 by DANIEL

can i use 3 or 4 Mushkin ssd in raid 0 i have 2 think about geting 1 or 2 more in raid 0 just worry about no trim support and the firmware and im geting this memory 8GB Corsair Vengeance Blue and not use mushkin memory i dont think the ssd like it take so long to boot up 2gb of the memory is not working



amd 1055T
crosshair 4 formula motherboard
6gb mushkin memory corsair 650d
corsair 650d
xfx 850w black edition power supply
sapphire 6870

ALL FROM YOU BUT NOT THE 650D

Answer by andrewn on Friday, May 13, 2011
You can use SSDs in raid 0, but as you said TRIM won't work with them. Whether that is a major problem or not is debatable. The SSD doesn't really interact with the memory directly, not sure what the issue is there. Might be worth posting on our forums at http://forums.aria.co.uk for advice, the community there is very helpful.

Question  RAID? by Columbo

Hi, I have a Dell RAID card, could I Stripe two of these?

Answer by andrewn on Wednesday, April 20, 2011
We can't specifically guarantee compatibility with your raid card, but in general these are frequently used in RAID-0 configurations; typically with onboard RAID chipsets such as intel's ICH10, but I don't see any reason why they wouldn't work just as well with a dedicated raid controller.

Question  Boot Drive for Inspiron? by Buck

Will this drive work as a boot drive in my Dell Inspiron? I've cecked Dell's website and they're not showing any BIOS updates. The current BIOS is AwardBIOS v6.00PG 11/17/09. I've been told that I might need a BIOS update, but don't know how to get one if Dell aren't showing any.

Answer by dmurfitt on Saturday, March 5, 2011
This should work fine, but you may need to contact Dell to ensure that an SSD can be used with your system but it should do.

Question  Can I use by Terry

this SSD in my evga 790i ftw digital pwm motherboard? for the OS to be install on it. I'm asking because evga 790i ftw digital pwm is Nvidia chipset and not Intel. somebody was saying that its not possible and I need an Intel SSD because I have Nvidia chipset. can you please tell me if I can use it. thanks in advance. cheers

Answer by andrewn on Saturday, February 5, 2011
This should work in any motherboard with SATA connectors. Whether or not it's an Intel or nVidia motherboard chipset shouldn't make any difference. You most certainly aren't restricted to Intel SSDs.
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