SandForce's SF-2000 SSD controller has been found to limit encryption to AES-128, rather than the AES-256 originally claimed.
LSI's SandForce controllers can now use 'zero per cent' over-provisioning, boosting capacities by around seven per cent.
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.
BitMicro claims its latest SSD controller, TALINO-DE, will lead to 5TB solid-state storage devices.
Samsung's late to the SATA 6Gbps party, but has it saved the best for last? We find out.
Adata's SandForce-based SSD is the cheapest out there; has it compromised on performance?
We re-test the new firmware of the Crucial M4 and OCZ Vertex 3 to see which is the fastest.
A survey relating to the use of SSDs shows significant interest, but also high failure rates.
The Vertex's cheaper sibling comes to play, but can it keep up with the big kids?
We've got three Patriot Wildfire 120GB SSDs to give away, each worth £230.
Patriot's Wildfire uses a SandForce 2281 controller and speedy 32nm NAND; is it the fastest SSD yet?
Corsair has announced that it's recalling a specific model of its latest SandForce-based SSD range.
Intel enters the SATA 6Gbps ring with its own SSD based on a Marvell controller.
Crucial's new SATA 6Gbps SSD features 25nm NAND. Is it the fastest thing on a SATA port?
OCZ's Vertex 3 packs the new SandForce 2000 controller, which is capable of 500MB/sec read speeds!
OCZ has announced a new line-up of Vertex 3 Pro and EX SSDs, featuring a next-gen SandForce controller.
Does the 128GB version of the SATA 6Gbps C300 SSD measure up to it's compatriots?
SandForce SSDs boast speeds that push the limits of SATA 3Gbps. We put five to the test.