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First post, by austinham

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I'm looking for any info on early SSD. any date before 2006. I know about CF to IDE card and the i-drive and disk on module. But what about more convenchle 2.5", 3.5" and 5.25 drives? were the ever made?

Reply 1 of 3, by cyclone3d

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See this article:
https://www.storagesearch.com/chartingtheriseofssds.html

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Reply 3 of 3, by wiretap

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The MODCOMP Classic computers I scrapped at work a few months back all had primitive solid state drives by DATARAM (2MB fully populated). This was mid-1970's technology.. see here: http://www.storagesearch.com/dataram-bulkcore.pdf

These are often cited as the roots of modern SSD's. We used them from the early 80's up until 2013 and they rarely had failures. Usually it was only a single memory chip failing on a single board inside that could easily be swapped in minutes.

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