Tag Archive: SSD

SanDisk Z410 SSD Introduced

SanDisk Z410 SSD Introduced

SanDisk Z410 SSD Introduced The SanDisk Z410 SSD Delivers Power-Efficient Performance for a Broad Range of PCs SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK), a global leader in flash storage solutions, today announced the SanDisk® Z410 SSD, a cost-competitive, half-terabyte solid state drive (SSD) that enables manufacturers to design for a broad range of desktop PCs and laptops. The 15-nanometer, …

Continue reading »

Crucial MX200 250GB SSD Review

Crucial MX200 250GB SSD Review You might want to buy an inexpensive SSD, but hardly anyone wants to compromise on safety and durability. After testing the Crucial MX200 1 TB and MX200 500 GB SSD, we have now also tested the Crucial MX200 250 GB SSD. The MX200 250 GB SSD is quite inexpensive due …

Continue reading »

Addonics 1:11 Duplicators for M2, mSATA and 2.5” HDD or SSD Announced

Addonics 1:11 Duplicators for M2, mSATA and 2.5” HDD or SSD Announced

Addonics 1:11 Duplicators for M2, mSATA and 2.5” HDD or SSD Announced Addonics Technologies today announced a family of three 1:11 compact duplicators for 2.5” hard drives, SSDs, M2 SATA SSDs or mSATA SSDs. Simplicity, compactness, and functionality are the hallmarks of the three products. Users do not need software or a computer. The duplicators are …

Continue reading »

Mushkin TRIACTOR 480GB SSD Review

Mushkin TRIACTOR 480GB SSD Review Much like quite a few other manufacturers (for example ADATA and their SP550 SSD model) for this particular line of SSDs Mushkin decided to pair the latest SM2256A NAND flash controller by Silicon Motion with 1ZNM 256Gbit TLC NAND flash by SanDisk and 256MB LPDDR DRAM by Nanya. The SM2256A …

Continue reading »

Crucial 480GB BX200 TLC SSD Review

Crucial 480GB BX200 TLC SSD Review As we have seen with the Trion 100, Crucial is also settling into the affordable and high-capacity SSD market with their BX200 by incorporating Micron 16nm 128Gbit TLC NAND, a Silicon Motion SM2256 and also DRAM cache which varies in size depending on the total capacity of the drive. …

Continue reading »

Intel Data Center P3320 and P3520 Series SSDs Introduced

Intel Data Center P3320 and P3520 Series SSDs Introduced

Intel Data Center P3320 and P3520 Series SSDs Introduced New SSDs Targeted at Cloud, Internet of Things, Consumer and Enterprise Applications In today’s digital world, it is essential to have a fast and dependable way to access and store data, whether in the cloud, in a data center, on a PC or on a connected …

Continue reading »

Adata XPG SX930 240GB SSD Review

Adata XPG SX930 240GB SSD Review There are plenty of smaller manufacturers binning other companies’ NAND and assembling SSDs to avoid weighty research and fabrication costs. We recently covered Transcend’s SSD370, the product of one of the “fabless” OEMs steadily churning out SSDs on good old planar flash. Today we turn our attention to Adata, …

Continue reading »

Samsung T3 SSD Review

Samsung T3 SSD Review Thinking back through the USB drives we have used over the years the most impressive was probably the Samsung T1. Incredibly small, incredibly fast, light and a good capacity. There were a few minor tweaks that could have been made but overall it was fantastic. Now we have the follow up …

Continue reading »

OCZ Trion 150 480GB SSD Review

OCZ Trion 150 480GB SSD Review OCZ’s Trion 150 is one of the most affordable SSDs on the market today, with only 27 cents per gigabyte. Performance has also been improved significantly over the Trion 100, which makes the Trion 150 an excellent candidate for a low-cost system upgrade to boost performance… at techPowerUp! Related Items: …

Continue reading »

OCZ Trion 150 SSD Review

OCZ Trion 150 SSD Review When we reviewed OCZ’s first SSD built with triple-level-cell (or TLC) flash, the Trion 100, we found its performance a bit wanting. OCZ went to work behind the scenes to improve the performance of its budget SSD, and last month, the company announced a follow-up to the Trion 100. This …

Continue reading »

Samsung 950 PRO SSD RAID-0 Performance

Samsung’s 950 PRO m.2 PCI-E SSD set new performance records for a consumer SSD, blasting through the limits of SSDs tethered to the old SATA interface. What could be better than one of these blazing-fast solid state storage monsters? Two of them in RAID 0! In this article, Benchmark Reviews explores the outer limits of storage performance with a pair of 512GB Samsung 950 PRO SSDs on our MSI Z170A Gaming M7 test system.

Continue reading »

Samsung PM1633A SSD Introduced

Samsung PM1633A SSD Introduced

Samsung PM1633A SSD Introduced World’s Largest Capacity (15.36TB) SSD for Enterprise Storage Systems Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced today that it is now shipping the industry’s largest solid state drive (SSD) – the “PM1633a,” a 15.36 terabyte (TB) drive. First revealed at the 2015 Flash Memory Summit in August, …

Continue reading »

Crucial BX 200 480GB SSD Review

Crucial BX 200 480GB SSD Review Crucial’s BX200 SSD comes at an incredible price point which is made possible by Micron’s new triple-layer-cell (TLC) flash chips. In our testing the drive delivers decent performance, which, combined with pricing, results in a leading price/performance position for the BX200… at techPowerUp! Related Items: Crucial BX200 480Gb SSD Review …

Continue reading »

OCZ Trion 150 480GB SSD Review

OCZ Storage Solutions, a subsidiary of Toshiba, has a new entry into the burgeoning field of low-cost consumer TLC (triple-level cell) NAND SSDs: the Trion 150. Featuring a new (and somewhat mysterious) Toshiba controller backing up also new Toshiba 15nm TLC NAND, the Trion 150 is aimed squarely at the consumer who’s been waiting for prices on larger SSDs to drop to this level. Historically, drives based on TLC NAND have suffered from significant performance and durability compromises. Benchmark Reviews will run this drive through our gamut of tests to see if these issues are still a factor you should be aware of.

Continue reading »

OCZ Trion 150 SSD Review

OCZ Trion 150 SSD Review In some ways the SSD market has stagnated over the past few years. For the majority of consumers that is because the limitations of SATA connectors mean our speed has been hovering around 500-550MB/s for a while. Of course higher priced drives using M.2 or PCIe interfaces can work around …

Continue reading »

Crucial BX200 960 GB SSD Review

Crucial BX200 960 GB SSD Review Today on OCinside.de, we have tested the Crucial BX200 1TB SSD or be more specific the BX200 960GB with original firmware MU01 and firmware MU02, which is published a few days ago. The previously tested BX200 500GB is already well priced, but could not fully convince us. What are …

Continue reading »

Samsung 950 Pro SSD Review

Samsung 950 Pro SSD Review Finally: the first fast M.2 SSD has hit the consumer market. The Samsung 950 promises much higher speeds than other currently available SSDs, with max speeds of over two gigabytes per second. Nearly one and a half years ago, Samsung released the 850 Pro SSD, which was a little faster …

Continue reading »

Crucial BX200 480 GB SSD Review

Crucial BX200 480 GB SSD Review After the Crucial C300, m4, M500, M550, MX100, MX200 and BX100, today on OCinside.de we have tested the latest BX200 SSD from Crucial which is intended mainly for price-conscious buyers. According to the review of the BX100 with 500 GB and 1 TB MLC memory we take now a …

Continue reading »

Crucial MX200 500Gb SSD Review

Crucial MX200 500Gb SSD Review We have a bit of a dual review today, in a couple of different ways. SSDs are the mainstay of enthusiast system configuration, in single or dual disk configuration. So it is only right that we have a look at single disk and RAID configurations.What we are also going to …

Continue reading »

Crucial BX200 480Gb SSD Review

Crucial BX200 480Gb SSD Review The dust hasn’t had time to settle on our Crucial MX200 review before we have a look at the Crucial BX200 480Gb SSD. We explored the RAID and chipset performance differences previously, we are not going to this time, but remember this as we test on our standard X99 platform. …

Continue reading »

Kingston Digital KC400 SSD Announced

Kingston Digital KC400 SSD Announced

Kingston Digital KC400 SSD Announced 15x Faster Than a Hard-disk Drive, Business Class Reliability with Advanced Data Protection, Available in Full Range of Capacities Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced KC400 solid-state drive, the newest addition to its SSDNow family. Designed for enterprise …

Continue reading »

OCZ NVM Express RevoDrive 400 Series SSDs Introduced

OCZ NVM Express RevoDrive 400 Series SSDs Introduced

OCZ NVM Express RevoDrive 400 Series SSDs Introduced OCZ Exhibiting with Toshiba America at the Las Vegas Westgate Hotel and Resort OCZ Storage Solutions, a Toshiba Group Company and provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) for high-end systems and gaming PCs, today announced plans to showcase the highly anticipated NVM Express™ RevoDrive 400 series and the …

Continue reading »

Crucial BX200 480 Go SSD Review

Crucial BX200 480 Go SSD Review Crucial returns at the farm that day with a new SSD, the BX 200, which we test in the version 480 GB. A SSD is SATA III 2.5-inch and 7 mm thick. It operates a SM2256 Silicon Motion controller, 512MB of cache and DDR3 TLC 16nm chips. The SSD …

Continue reading »

Zotac Premium Edition 240GB SSD Review

Zotac Premium Edition 240GB SSD Review The solid-state drive business has many competitors. It will be interesting to see what Zotac Premium Edition 240GB SSD stands. Zotac might be a new name in SSDs, but isn’t in the DIY PC market. Zotac enjoys a long-standing reputation with good graphic card series and its well known …

Continue reading »

MyDigitalSSD BP5e SSD Review

MyDigitalSSD specializes in solid state drives that compete on price-performance, and they say that their new MyDigitalSSD BP5e 240GB SSD, equipped with the latest PHISON PS3110 controller and Toshiba triple-level NAND, will redefine performance in the value area of the consumer SSD market. Benchmark Reviews runs this drive through our suite of benchmarks to see if this is true.

Continue reading »

Older posts «

Fetch more items