In addition to the SSD 710 series, Intel also disclosed two more SSDs codenamed: Cherryville and Hawley Creek. Cherryville is Intel's next 6Gbps SATA drive, replacing the SSD 510 and using Intel's 25nm MLC NAND. No word on whether or not it will use a 3rd party controller or Intel's own design. Intel claims Cherryville will be the fastest SSD on the market when it is introduced later this year. 

Hawley Creek is the replacement for Larson Creek, Intel's SSD for use with Z68 caching systems. Hawley Creek will switch to 25nm MLC NAND and hopefully address pricing as well.

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  • AbRASiON - Friday, September 16, 2011 - link

    I hope these intel ones kick ass, Sanforce and OCZ need to learn about quality control.
    TRIM slowdown issues is one thing, BSODS are another.
    Now I need to fight for a refund from Aussie retailers (not easy)
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