as I can foresee the day when data storage will be part of the MB altogether. You may remember buying a MB and building from there. You add an I/O card, VGA card, sound card, Ethernet card and even extended/expanded memory boards in ISA slots. Maybe you even add a big bucks X87 chip if you want to do math intensive apps. There's not much left to plug into the MB to make a functioning PC these days. Now, when it's time to retire my rig and build a new one, it takes me months to study what's out there and decide what to buy. By the time I make the decisions, all my choices have been replaced by something more advanced. Arghhh!
These are very expensive compared to std. HDs. They're also more expensive than reg. SSD. I just wondered if anyone has used them and what their experiences are. While, I know they fast, just the overall feel for them. Plus, is yours the bootable type? Also, what is any install problems may have been encountered.
PCI-e SSD are slot based pci-e/1x cards. generally, speaking they install in a slot and act like a SSD bypassing the typical SATA port.