In early January we had delivered Linux Solid-State Drive
Benchmarks of an OCZ Core Series V2 SSD, which was a low-cost
low-capacity single-cell drive. The increased performance and decreased
power consumption compared to a 5400RPM Serial ATA 2.0 hard drive was
nice for a netbook, but how are the higher-end solid-state drives
performing? In this article, we have a high-performance Intel X25-E
Extreme SSD on a System76 notebook running Ubuntu Linux. Read more at Phoronix.