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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Less than £100 for nearly 500GB, but how does it perform?
16TB coming later this year.
X470 motherboards have a huge variation in M.2 port speeds and SATA support, so much so that they risk confusing potential owners.
Handles up to 12W.
Micron launches 7.68TB 2.5" SATA drive.
Just two models at launch.
30 percent performance uplift.
Aims at gamers.
Cases have too many SSD mounts, and motherboard M.2 ports should support SATA and PCIe SSDs - and I'm just getting started.
58GB and 118GB flavours.
If you haven't installed 3B6QCXP7, don't.
128GB, 256GB capacities.
Cooling and bling for your high-speed storage.
Should trickle to consumer products, too.
Add-in card 280GB and 480GB; 2.5” 280GB only.
Will this be the new go-to SSD or just another face in the crowd?
Up to 82 percent faster response times.
Corsair delivers a PCIe x4 SSD in an HHHL add-in card form factor - can it deliver the goods?
Up to 960GB capacity.
QLC on-track for mass adoption.
Double-sided design includes backplate.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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