This just came up on Tom's Hardware, and I thought it interesting enough to share because of the odd discussions we've had around drives in recent months. Mind you... a lot of the regular posters seem to be conspicuous by their absence since I got back from my trip. Have they all been at Photoshop World?!
My first thought was: Why would anyone want to overclock a mass storage device, beyond posturing for best position on a benchmark chart?
Would a rational person really WANT to give up reliability of their data storage device for speed? The article claims endurance tradeoffs, not reliability, but it's hard to separate those two.