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Capable of beating human champions in just three days.
Full desktop Linux on your S8 via Dex.
Includes 0dB Silent profile, too.
OCZ has updated its flagship 2.5-inch SSD, and we've got the three highest capacities covered
OCZ unveils its new entry level SSD, with Toshiba NAND and a focus on consistency
We look at OCZ's new Vertex 450 256GB, based around the same controller as the Vector and with 20nm NAND.
Freebie available on 256GB and 512GB models.
No more rebadged Marvell controllers.
$32 million deal sees the two companies link up and share resources.
An internal Indilinx SSD with a USB 3 port: external storage has never been so fast!
The competition to the latest Micron's RealSSD SATA 6Gbps drives is due Q4, earliest.
Corsair's latest Nova Series SSDs are based on the Indilinx Barefoot Eco drive controller and Intel 32nm NAND flash. We've seen that combination perform strongly for a great price, so we wanted to find if Corsair's drive could hit the SSD sweet spot. Read on to find out.
G.Skill has taken a new version of the Indilinx Barefoot drive controller and paired it with Intel 32nm NAND flash to make the Falcon 2. Boasting claimed speeds of 220/110MB/s read/write, we've found its performance is surprising!
With the latest crop of SSDs proving they've got what it takes to thrash hard disks on every level, Patriot is getting in on the action with it's new Torqx. Using the very capable Indilinx ARM drive controller, does the Torqx match up to the competition? We find out.
The SSD market has been really hotting up lately, and today we're looking at another contender in the form of the G.Skill Falcon. Sporting the same drive architecture as the OCZ Vertex while costing a lot less, is this the SSD you're upgrade's been waiting for?
COMPUTEX 09: JMicron will launch its new JMF612 controller at Computex. It will apparently fix stuttering and still be fairly cheap.
OCZ announces that its PCI-E Z-Card SSDs have gone into production, with capacities of up to 1TB, although the 1TB model costs £2,640.34.