It's hard not to call OCZ an innovative company as they keep coming up with new ways of either connecting your SSD or take advantage of SSD technology somehow in your PC. The latest addition to the RevoDrive series of PCI Express based SSDs is the RevoDrive Hybrid and if you've been around for a
So far Corsair has only offered fairly small sized SSDs in its high-performance Force GT series of SSDs, but now the company has added a pair of new, roomier models to the series. The new capacities are 180 and 240GB, a doubling of the two previously largest models.
Apparently there is such a thing as a free lunch, at least if you consider a free performance boost a free lunch. Crucial has issued a firmware update for its m4 series of SSDs and promises a range of performance improvements, beyond the usual fixes you'd expect to see.
Solid-state drives or SSDs are favoured by enthusiasts because of the massive boosts in data read/write performance they are capable of offering over their mechanical-based counterparts, but the biggest issue most people usually have with SSDs is that their maximum storage capacities are much more limitted than those of the conventional hard disk. That is
Remember that story we wrote a couple of weeks ago about Intel considering doing a PCI Express x2 interface? Well, today's announcement by the SATA-IO confirms this story and it looks like it will be an industry wide move as the new SATA Express standard will require it for optimal performance. Click on through for a detailed
Hitachi has launched its enterprise MLC SSD, Ultrastar SSD400M. It uses Intel's 25nm NAND and SSD technology. More details inside.
Enter the Agility 3 – the low-cost offshoot of OCZ's Vertex 3. With the same SandForce controller but slower NAND flash, is the Agility 3 a good deal for those seeking an economical 6Gbps SSD?
Apacer has come out with the Pro II AS203 SSD which uses the SATA 3.0Gbps interface and is available in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities.
In addition to the release of Xtreem S2 SSD, Team Group has also launched the Xtreem S3 SSD targeted at users looking for more performance.
Team Group has released the Xtreem S2 SSD which allows up to 550MB/s read speed and 520MB/s write speed.
Patriot will be releasing the Pyro-series SSD which will be using the SandForce SF-2281 controller.
A little bird has all but confirmed that Intel's enterprise-class SSD 710 (Lyndonville) will launch in mid-August. The 100GB model will be priced in the region of ~US$650, which is nearly half of the X25-E's per-gigabyte cost.
Want to use an mSATA SSD for some SSD caching action, but don't have the right motherboard? Well, even if you just want to use an SSD for caching and don't have the right motherboard, this can be a hassle. An adaptor has appeared in Japan that allows for an easy solution for those inclined
Just about every memory manufacturer has jumped on the solid state drive bandwagon – and Singapore-based Strontium is no exception. We take a look at two SSDs from Strontium's Matrix and Gamma product lines.
Kingston will be shipping the HyperX SSD which uses the Sandforce SF-2281 controller.
OCZ is going to launch its Z-Drive R4 SSD soon which was first seen at the Computex 2011. The SSD will be available in various capacities from 480GB to 3.84TB.
Silicon Power releases its first SATA III solid state drive, Velox series V30 SSD with a capacity of up to 480GB. More details inside.
Corsair started off as one of the biggest manufacturers of computer RAM modules but nowadays they are also renowned for their power supplies, cooling solutions and SSD drives. Not two weeks ago we reviewed the fastest SSD they currently produce, a Force GT series drive. Today we are having a look at the Force 3
SanDisk has finally entered the consumer SSD market after having made a wide range of OEM solutions for the past couple of years in various form factors. Its new Ultra branded range of SSDs are unlikely to break any speed records, but then again, they're not likely to break the bank either.
Corsair has always been one of the biggest players in the computer memory market, consequently it was only natural for them to join the solid state disk segment of the market since SSD’s are essentially made of flash memory chips. Today we are having a look at the fastest SSD Corsair currently produces, the