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Mushkin SSDs Shatter World Storage Performance Benchmark Record Using Chronos Deluxe SSD at Computex 2013.

Mushkin, Inc., an industry‐leading designer and manufacturer of high‐performance and mission‐critical computer products, announced today at Computex Taipai 2013 that its Chronos Deluxe 240GB SSDs  achieved a World Record Breaking benchmark score of 592754 (usingPCMARK VANTAGE).

Alongside the guys at TweakTown, 16, 240GB Mushkin Solid State Drives demonstrated the superior performance, scalability and value of Mushkin’s Chronos Deluxe Line by setting a new world Storage performance record.

“”This range of benchmark results demonstrates the power and innovation built into each Mushkin powered Solid Solid State Drive.” said Nicolas Villalobos, Director of Global Marketing At Mushkin Inc.  “The incredible data throughput provided by 16 Chronos Deluxe SSDs, proved to be an unbeatable combination. Most enthusiasts have grown accustomed to seeing Mushkin as an innovator in the SSD space, but this latest world record success also clearly demonstrates that Mushkin products are more than just innovative solutions, they are record breaking performance products.”

Mushkin’s Chronos Deluxe series SSDs provide the highest level of performance available today. Built with the highest speed NAND Flash components, storage system bottlenecks become a thing of the past. The ideal choice for multimedia professionals and enthusiasts. No matter what kind of data you are working with, if chart-topping speed is paramount, Chronos deluxe is your best choice.

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