Jared | Category: Corsair, Flash memory, Hard Drives, Reviews
A hard drive is no longer just a hard drive. There are many options available to you and today we feature the Corsair Performance Pro Series 256GB SATA III SSD. It utilizes the Marvell controller and isn’t afraid to show off its power.
Jared | Category: Hard Drives, Patriot Memory, Reviews
There is plenty of talk about SATA III, but for the users still running with SATA II, and there are many, there is hope. Patriot has you in mind as they launched the Torqx 2 SSD line of drives. It’s rated at 270 MB/s sequential read and 230 MB/s sequential write. Follow along as we see what kind of performance the 128 GB Torqx 2 offers.
Simon | Category: Hard Drives, Reviews, Seagate
Performance users know that the future of hard drives lie with Solid State Disks. However, when it comes to mass volumes of data the conventional platter disk drive is still the way to go. In the Enterprise world, the Constellation.2 is your answer.
Simon | Category: Corsair, Hard Drives, Reviews
There are many varieties of Solid State Drives currently on the market but at the root of them all the best in class use Sandforce controllers. The Corsair Force Series F180 180GB SSD does just that. With 285MB/s read and 275MB/s write speed, it’s a force to be reckoning with!
Jared | Category: Enclosures, Hard Drives, Reviews, Thermaltake
Hard drive docking stations are extremely handy but often limited by USB 2.0 speeds. Thermaltake now has you covered with the BlacX 5G HDD Docking station that utilizes the latest USB and SATA technologies.
Simon | Category: Flash memory, Hard Drives, OCZ, Reviews
Nothing beats putting together a new computer and having the best available technology in it. For hard drives that can only mean going Solid State. Today, we feature OCZ’s latest SSD: the Agility 2. It’s the successor to the Agility and it packs a huge punch.
Nivedh | Category: Flash memory, G.Skill, Hard Drives, Reviews
The G.Skill’s Falcon II 64GB solid state drive with TRIM is claimed to have read and write speeds of 220 and 110 MB/s. Too fast to be true? While it may be pricey, too fast is not necessarily so. Join us as we put it to the test to validate these claims and more.
Simon | Category: Hard Drives, OCZ, Reviews
A dime a dozen seems like a fitting term but solid state drives certainly don't cost a dime. However, SSD availability and popularity has grown and spread enormously in the past few months. Tonight we feature the OCZ Agility, similar to the OCZ Vertex but not by much. How do these fare? Let's find out.
Simon | Category: Corsair, Flash memory, Hard Drives, Reviews
When I first started reviewing SSDs, the performance was plagued with slowdowns. We now have Indilinx and Samsung based drives that run smooth all the time. Tonight, we feature the Corsair 64 Performance Series SSD – utilizing proven Samsung technology to provide worry free performance.
Simon | Category: Flash memory, Hard Drives, Reviews, Super Talent
Solid State Disks have grown immensely popular these past few months. It has been interesting times with the release of both Indilinx and Samsung MLC controllers. The new Samsung controller proves to be fast and reliable as we check out the 128GB MasterDrive SX SSD.
Simon | Category: Flash memory, Hard Drives, Patriot Memory, Reviews
Patriot Memory has a winner on their hands here with Torqx SSD. The performance is not only lightning fast, but consistent regardless of how full the drive is. A welcomed change for solid state drives. Coupled with the 3.5′ bracket, the Torqx is the complete package for desktop storage upgrades.
Nivedh | Category: Flash memory, Hard Drives, Reviews, Super Talent
Super Talent's Luxio USB flash drive not only looks good, but it also packs several features in its compact and elegant form factor. With 64GB of storage space and AES 256-bit encryption, the Luxio is not lacking in any respect. How does it perform? Read on for the details.
Anthony | Category: Flash memory, Hard Drives, OCZ, Reviews
Solid State Drives promised to offer breath taking performance and near instantaneous response. The first readily affordable generation didn't quite live up to the expectation with rapid decay in performance. After much development we finally what the initial JMicron controller should have provided.
Simon | Category: Flash memory, G.Skill, Hard Drives, Reviews
We've been seeing an influx in the number of SSD drives hitting the market but few have consistently provided steady performance over time. The introduction of the Indilinx controller and DRAM Cache sets high expectations on performance for the G.Skill Falcon.