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A big song and dance about nothing.
Wants to concentrate on gamers.
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Toshiba takes the fight to Samsung with its new OCZ RD400 PCI-E M.2 NVMe SSD.
The drives feature Toshiba's new 15nm TLC NAND but are otherwise unchanged
OCZ's new entry level SSDs feature Toshiba's new TLC NAND and are very well priced
We summarise everything we saw during our first day at Taipei's Computex 2015 event
OCZ has updated its flagship 2.5-inch SSD, and we've got the three highest capacities covered
AMD expands to the SSD market, with a rebadged OCZ/Toshiba drive to target gamers
OCZ unveils its new entry level SSD, with Toshiba NAND and a focus on consistency
We summarise everything we saw during our first day at Taipei's Computex 2014 event
We take a look at OCZ's newest SSD, the Vector 150, to see what performance it offers.
Company could still liquidate.
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.
Looks to concentrate on high-grade and enterprise lines.
Exiting the DRAM market not such a good idea after all.
With a second generation Everest controller, can the Vertex 4 rise above the rest?
OCZ's new Vertex 4 firmware boasts massively improved sequential read speeds.
KingMax has launched a 1TB 2.5in SSD in Japan which retails for under £1,000.
OCZ has announced the world's first 1TB 2.5in SSD as part of its Octane family of drives.
OCZ has released the Arowana 3.55 update for its Vertex, Agility and Solid2 SSDs.
OCZ's latest SSD is powered by the new Everest drive controller from Indilinx.
A new firmware for OCZ's Octane SSD series promises a doubling of IOPS performance on selected models.
OCZ has bought the UK-based wing of SoC design company PLX.
We re-test the new firmware of the Crucial M4 and OCZ Vertex 3 to see which is the fastest.
The Vertex's cheaper sibling comes to play, but can it keep up with the big kids?
Corsair has announced that it's recalling a specific model of its latest SandForce-based SSD range.
OCZ and SandForce strike back, with an insanely quick SATA 6Gbps SSD.
$32 million deal sees the two companies link up and share resources.
OCZ's Vertex 3 packs the new SandForce 2000 controller, which is capable of 500MB/sec read speeds!