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Two SandForce controllers and 1GB/sec of bandwidth should make for quick storage
Without a single whiff of fanfare, Samsung drops new SATA SSDs into Japanese and EU markets.
We take a gandger at Kingstons budget SSD - its 30GB V-Series.
Clever girl? We see if Western Digital's latest 10,000rpm hard disk delivers performance and value
SanDisk has announced the integrated SSD, a 64GB chip smaller than a postage stamp.
Intel-Micron Flash Technologies has unveiled new NAND chips based around TLC technology.
OCZ's Vertex 2 has got an extension, with an extra 18.6GB of formatted space and updated firmware
Now with 20 per cent more storage, does this new SandForce drive finally deliver on the hype?
Hynix has announced mass production of its latest 64Gb 20nm NAND flash chips for SSDs.
MOSAID has unveiled a prototype HLNAND SSD which it claims holds massive potential performance.
Super Talent has announced the impending launch of an SSD featuring both SATA and USB.
Corsair has added three new models to its Force Series SSD range, including a 40GB boot drive.
Does the 64GB version of the C300 match the performance of the fantastic 256GB drive?
It's tough to choose a good SSD; we clear the murk and look at which is worthy of your cash.
The first SATA 6Gbps SSD we've tested and boy is it fast: 345MB/sec fast.
TRIM is vital to ensuring SSDs maintain performance over time - but does OS X support it?
OCZ bolt 1 SSD, 2 controller chips and one RAID chip to a single PCB.
SandForce SSDs boast speeds that push the limits of SATA 3Gbps. We put five to the test.
Marvell has HyperHDD: a Hybrid HDD concept that can mix and SSD and HDD into one.
Toshiba has announced the industry's first 128GB embedded NAND flash chip for portable devices.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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