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idata
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x25-e 8840 firmware

Intel's top of the tops solid state drives, the X25-E series models will next month be getting a firmware update, maybe when a 128GB version will also come out to play.

 

 

According to Intel, the 32 and 64GB SLC-based SSDs equipped with the new 8840 firmware, which includes 'incremental improvements' over the current firmware, are set to start shipping on August 10. Get ready to update.

http://www.tcmagazine.com/comments.php?shownews=27924&catid=2 http://www.tcmagazine.com/comments.php?shownews=27924&catid=2

Is it true? And what's new?

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idata
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http://content.intel.pcnalert.com/dm/d.aspx/0ED4F3BA-B5F3-4402-9650-CBE90DB6FC26/PCN109480-00.pdf http://content.intel.pcnalert.com/dm/d.aspx/0ED4F3BA-B5F3-4402-9650-CBE90DB6FC26/PCN109480-00.pdf

Product Change Notification

 

 

Change Notification # :

 

109480 - 00

 

Change Title:

 

Intel (r) High Performance (X25-E) SLC

 

Solid-State Drive, PCN 109480-00, Product

 

Design, Firmware Version Update to 8840

 

Date of Publication:

 

July 08, 2009

 

 

 

Key Characteristics of the Change:

 

Product Design

 

 

Forecasted Key Milestones:

 

Date Customer Must be Ready to Receive Post-Conversion Material:

 

Aug 10, 2009

 

 

 

Description of Change to the Customer:

 

Intel is upgrading the firmware for its High Performance X25-E SLC

 

Solid-State Drives to version 8840. These changes are incremental

 

improvements from previous firmware version. Inventory will transition

 

in the Intel factory on or beyond the above date to replace older

 

firmware version with the 8840 firmware version.

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