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Intel X-25M 80GB Solid State Drive Contest WINNERS ANNOUNCED!
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Written by Munk   
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Below are the questions that need to be answered. Make sure you subscribe to this channel on Youtube and the send an e-mail with the subject line: "SSD Contest" to Munk(at) ****North American Entries ONLY!****


Question #1: What makes an Intel® Solid-State Drive so rugged?

HINT: Your answer will be 3 words.

Question #2: How much faster (in seconds) does the Intel® X25-M SATA SSD complete the demo vs. (2) 7200 RPM HDDs in RAID 0?

HINT: It's a number. You'll have to do some math. Ignore milliseconds.

Question #3: In the test scenario, how much faster did Assassin's Creed™ 2 load on an Intel® Solid-State Drive vs. a traditional 10,000 RPM drive?

HINT: Watch closely beneath the screen captures. Again, you'll need to do some math.

Where You Can Find the Answers

URL: watch 3 videos—each of which will give you an answer to one of the three questions (provided above) 


Five of our viewers and followers who answer the three questions correctly will be chosen to win an Intel Solid-State Drive "Get in the Game Faster Kit" package containing:

· One 80 GB Intel® X25-M Mainstream SATA Solid-State Drive

· One super-small 2 GB USB Key


The winners are:



slugbug   | |2010-09-07 09:57:10
I'll be entering this one for sure
Slackin   |Registered |2010-09-08 21:23:44
I'm with SlugBug Intel SSD's for the win!
Viper33   |Registered |2010-09-13 06:45:06
good luck
papajohn  - Intel SSD   | |2010-09-14 17:01:07
I can sure use this SSD to speed up my gaming!
slugbug   | |2010-10-02 06:25:02
Oh well, better luck next time
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