Intel's first 34nm SSDs suffering from BIOS flaw

By Jos
Jul 28, 2009
  1. Intel announced last Tuesday that it had started shipping its new “Postville” solid-state drives based on a 34nm manufacturing process – a shift that promises faster performance and lower prices. With only a few days on the market, however, online retailers including Newegg have pulled the new X25-M G2 SSDs from their websites due to a recently discovered firmware defect.

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