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WD Blue 1 To SSD Review

WD Blue 1 To SSD Review After the WD Green, we review the WD Blue. An SSD which is also in 2.5-inch format and which exploits the SATA III standard. This model is also based on NAND TLC memory, but the controller comes from Marvell. It is advertised for 545 MB / sec reading and …

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Samsung 960 EVO SSD Review

Samsung 960 EVO SSD Review Samsung’s 960 Pro 2TB SSD took NVMe performance and capacity to new heights for a consumer drive, and its 960 EVO promises much of the same magic at a more affordable price point. We ran the newcomers through our storage-testing gauntlet to see whether Samsung is still on a winning …

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WD Green 240 Go SSD Review

WD Green 240 Go SSD Review Western Digital is therefore launching the SSD market with two products, WD Blue and WD Green . 2.5-inch SATA III SSDs that use NAND Flash memory type TLC. Today we are interested in the WD Green 240 GB, a model that is equipped with a Silicon Motion SM2256S controller …

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Patriot Hellfire M2 480GB SSD Review

Patriot Hellfire M2 480GB SSD Review The Patriot Hellfire M2 SSD arrived Technic3D. Available with 240GB and 480GB configurations. Results in extreme performance with up to 2500 MB/s sequential read and 1200 MB/s sequential write speeds? We will check the new SSD in many Benchmarks against other drives… at Technic3D Related Items: OCZ Vertex 450 Series 256GB …

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ADATA Ultimate SU800 512GB SSD Review

ADATA Ultimate SU800 512GB SSD Review Not so long ago, we took an in-depth look at Micron’s first foray into the 3D NAND world. While Micron took much longer to bring its 3D floating-gate cells to market than Samsung did with its charge-trap based V-NAND, the MX300 proved to be worth the wait. But there …

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Crucial MX300 750GB SSD Review

Crucial MX300 750GB SSD Review Crucial’s MX300 introduces TLC flash to the MX Series. We tested the 750 GB version, which delivers decent performance at incredible pricing of only 23 cents per Gigabyte. Performance per Dollar is also fantastic claiming a top spot in our charts… at techPowerUp! Related Items: Crucial MX200 250GB SSD Review Crucial …

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Micron 1100 256GB SSD Review

Micron 1100 256GB SSD Review Solid state drives may not have reached a point when consumers can actually get models with several TB’s in capacity without spending a whole months pay (if not more) but technology behind them has evolved quite a bit and although up until even just a year ago only Samsung products …

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PNY CS 1311 240GB SSD Review

PNY CS 1311 240GB SSD Review As far as disk performance goes, the PNY, with its Phison Controller and TLC NAND, allow this drive to hit most of the performance points listed in the specifications. Sequential read performance ratings of 550MB/s and sequential write performance ratings of 520MB/s for this 240GB variant were easily met …

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Samsung 960 Pro 2TB SSD Review

Samsung 960 Pro 2TB SSD Review Last fall, Samsung took the high-end storage market by storm with the release of its 950 Pro drives. While others had gotten lightning-fast NVMe drives to market first, Samsung’s effort was notable for combining a cohesive set of cutting-edge features at just the right time. NVMe had just gotten …

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Toshiba OCZ VX500 SSD Review

Benchmark Reviews has previously tested both the budget OCZ Trion SSD and the premium OCZ RD400 m.2 PCIe SSD; the new VX500 represents the middle of Toshiba/OCZ’s SSD range. At the time of our reviews, the 512GB RD400 was $309.99 while the 480GB Trion 150 was $139.99; with a price of $154.99, the OCZ VX500 SSD is only slightly more than the budget Trion 150 (whose price has since dropped), but it’s still much less expensive than the RD400. Let’s see how the performance and features compare.

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Seagate Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD Launched

Seagate Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD Launched

Seagate Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD Launched Embracing the age of flash storage in an open environment Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ: STX), a world leader in storage solutions, today showcased its latest and most advanced enterprise solid state drives at the Open Data Center Summit 2016 which is being held at the Beijing International Convention Center …

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Kingston SSDnow UV400 480GB SSD Review

Kingston SSDnow UV400 480GB SSD Review Although certainly not made for professional use due to its rather low IOPS performance the brand new Kingston UV400 480GB offers surprisingly good read & write speeds and an excellent price/capacity ratio making it an ideal storage upgrade for consumers… at NikKTech Related Items: Kingston SSDNow UV400 480GB SSD Review …

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Crucial MX300 525GB SSD Review

Crucial MX300 525GB SSD Review The MX300 525GB SSD from Crucial is marketed as a mainstream product and unlike the regular TLC drives where we have experienced high write performance drops (to about 90MB/s) when transferring large files, the 3D TLC NAND is able to deliver higher writes even after the cache is filled. This …

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2TB Samsung 960 PRO M.2 NVMe SSD Revealed

2TB Samsung 960 PRO M.2 NVMe SSD Revealed Samsung Electronics Accelerates the NVMe Era for Consumers with Its Highest Performing 960 PRO and EVO Solid State Drives Samsung 960 PRO and 960 EVO Solid State Drives Break Through Capacity and Performance Boundaries Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a worldwide leader in advanced memory solutions for more than two …

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Samsung 850 Pro 128GB SSD Review

Samsung 850 Pro 128GB SSD Review Today we have once again something special with strong performance for the smaller purse – the Samsung SSD 850 Pro with 128 GB capacity. Nowadays many select a larger SSD to get the larger capacity and faster performance, so it is not surprising that we are testing mainly 512 …

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OCZ VX500 512GB SSD Review

OCZ VX500 512GB SSD Review OCZ’s new VX500 SSD is built around a Toshiba controller paired with Toshiba 15 nanometer MLC flash chips. The drive offers excellent performance at even better pricing, making it a great candidate if you want to stay away from TLC drives but don’t want to break the bank… at techPowerUp! Related …

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Adata Premier SP550 480GB SSD Review

Adata Premier SP550 480GB SSD Review TLC NAND has proliferated throughout the storage market, particularly at the lower end. “Budget” is now essentially a code word for TLC in the industry, as cheap MLC drives like Crucial’s BX100 or Mushkin’s Reactor have become a dying breed. These days, hardly a manufacturer can be found without …

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Kingston Digital DC400 SSD Announced

Kingston Digital DC400 SSD Announced

Kingston Digital DC400 SSD Announced High Sustained IOPS & Consistent Low Latency for High Quality of Service Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced Data Center 400 (DC400) SSD, the latest solid-state drive to its family of enterprise solutions. DC400 SSD …

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Samsung 950 Pro 256 Go SSD Review

Samsung 950 Pro 256 Go SSD Review Today Cowcotland team looks back on the case of a NVMe SSD, with a test that is dedicated to the Samsung 950 Pro in its 256 GB. An SSD version is announced for 2200 MB / sec read, 900MB / sec write, read 270,000 IOPs and 4 KB …

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Corsair Neutron XTi 480GB SSD Review

Corsair Neutron XTi 480GB SSD Review For the Neutron XTi, Corsair has picked up a controller we have seen with other low-cost TLC SSDs manufactured by PHISON, paired it with quite a bit of DDR3 RAM cache (1GB) and has also used Toshiba 15nm MLC NAND Flash in order to obtain sustained performance, no matter …

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Toshiba Q300 Pro 256GB SSD Review

Toshiba Q300 Pro 256GB SSD Review With most mainboards featuring at least one M.2 port and most enthusiasts turning towards PCIex models noone really knows just for how long manufacturers will keep focusing their efforts in the production of new SATA based solid state drives. On the other hand SATA models will probably take a …

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Kingston SSDNow UV400 480GB SSD Review

Kingston SSDNow UV400 480GB SSD Review With a silver casing and its trademark logo on the front, Kingston SSDNow UV400 seems to be an updated variant of the previous version, the SSDNow UV300. It assures the baseline performance (using ATTO) of up to 550MB/s read and 490MB/s write, backed with a three-year warranty support. The …

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Samsung T3 500GB USB 3.1 Gen 1 Portable SSD Review

Samsung T3 500GB USB 3.1 Gen 1 Portable SSD Review Roughly a month ago WD commissioned the Edelman PR agency to conduct an consumer study with over 1000 participants (festival attendees) the subject of which was “digital storage”. The result proved that the majority of people are not ready to receive large amounts of data …

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Silicon Power S55 TLC 120GB and 240GB SSD Review

Silicon Power S55 TLC 120GB and 240GB SSD Review The S55 TLC series of SSDs from Silicon Power are offering quite a bit of storage space at acceptable performance levels unless the buffer gets filled; if we are used to transferring frequently large batches of files to the drive, the speed will decrease to a …

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OCZ RD400 PCIe NVMe SSD Review

These days, better performance can be achieved with a PCIEx4 SSD in the m.2 form factor, mounted on a simple PCIe adapter card (that you don’t have to use if your motherboard has an m.2 slot). Today Benchmark Reviews checks out this modern iteration of a PCIe SSD in the 512GB Toshiba RD400.

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