Rally Your Data!

The capacities of today's flash drives allow us to carry many gigabytes of personal data, so the write performance must also increase to fill the drive in a timely manner.

It was only two years ago when a good flash drive could read at a rate of 10 Megabytes per second, and today's Memory Monsters are expected to reach 25MB a second or more!

Due to the nature of flash memory, it cannot be written to in the same way as volotile memory (like your computer's DDR2 RAM), so a clever way to increase throughput is to make it dual-channel (as most motherboards have implemented to increase performance).

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