The name "Colossus", it conjures up something, well, huge. Though huge could mean many things. Are we talking something physically huge, huge as in something of monumental proportions that might otherwise change the market landscape or huge as in benchmark shattering kind of huge? As you might agree, huge is relative but it's safe to say the folks at OCZ hope their Colossus drive is going to be a huge hit in the market. We've been lucky enough to score some early shots of Colossus in the flesh and surprisingly, it's not quite what we expected. In fact, we were pleasantly surprised.The reality is that Colossus employs a pair of Indilinx controllers, some associated DRAM cache for each and a dual-drive, custom single PCB implementation that presents a single volume to the system. Behold...
Will they sell it as "Guardian" in Russia?
I like how it comes with the 3.5" case, especially since it can house 2 drives in it. That may give them a little edge for people who look for a unique way to mount it.
I believe that is the most beautiful thing I have seen for a while, I want it,I need it give it to Me OCZ