Taiwan-based electronics company MSI is prepping up its newest addition to its line of computer products – Solid State Drives (SSDs). According to InsideIndustryNews who claims to have an inside connection with MSI, the Taiwanese tech giant is reportedly working on three solid state drives that are based on the SandForce SF-2281 processor. They are the RX-60 (60GB), the RX-120 (120GB), and the RX-240 (240GB). The aforementioned SSDs will provide 6 gigabits per second of bandwidth. Details regarding its availability and pricing are yet to be announced.
This is interesting because MSI is usually known for its line of motherboards, notebooks, desktops, and graphic cards. This goes to show that the company is indeed pushing its boundaries even further as it enters into the SSD business. Micro-Star International is one of the world’s largest motherboard manufacturers. The company was first founded in 1986 and it created the world’s first overclocking motherboard a year after. MSI has yet to release an official statement. Stay tuned for more updates.
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