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OCZ cutting prices of Indilinx SSDs

Posted on Friday, July 24 2009 @ 17:38:32 CEST by


AnandTech reports OCZ has cut prices to counter the launch of Intel's 34nm solid state disks. Under the new price scheme, Intel's SSDs will cost around $2.80 per GB, while the Indilinx MLC disks from OCZ average around $2.43 per GB.
This meant trouble for 3rd party SSD makers like OCZ, whose cheapest high performance drives would now be more expensive than Intel's X25-M. As you'd expect, by forcing prices down, all 3rd party SSD vendors had to react. OCZ shared its new pricing structure with us that should start taking effect in the coming weeks:




 



 

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