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Intel extends warranty for 320 Series SSD

Intel has recently extended their warranty for the 320 Series SSD from three years to five years, citing confidence in enhanced reliability features as the reason. Read on.

The extended warranty also applies to all Intel SSD 320 Series drives that consumers have already purchased. The warranty period of the 510 series, on the other hand, remained unchanged. Intel will also discontinue its older SSD models which include X25-V, X25-M and X25-E series this year.

Sources: Intel, TechConnect, TechSpot.

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