I was going to add and it might finish quicker as well
The Kingston SSDNow V+100 would be a good one to test. (~200MB/s sequential writes)
Here is part of a summary from Anandtech
"The second issue is the overly aggressive garbage collection. Sequential performance on the V+100 just doesn't change regardless of how much fragmentation you throw at the drive. The drive is quick to clean and keeps performance high as long as it has the free space to do so. This is great for delivering consistent performance, however it doesn't come for free. I am curious to see how the aggressive garbage collection impacts drive lifespan."