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ZOTAC Announces SONIX PCIe SSD Featuring NVMe 1.2 PCIe Gen3 Interface and Phison E7 Controller

ZOTAC International, a leading producer of high-performance graphics cards and other PC components and accessories, is announcing the SONIX PCIe SSD to enhance their growing lineup of fast solid-state drives (SSDs). ZOTAC’s SONIX is geared toward enthusiasts, representing a top-of-the-line high performance SSD for serious gamers, enhanced productivity and even enterprise applications. SONIX is ZOTAC’s first PCIe-based storage device, with …

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Corsair Force MP300 M.2 NVMe SSD Review (240GB)

Corsair has SSD options for almost any need in the market. Want an entry-level SATA based SSD? The Force LE has you covered. Need high performance? You can choose from the Neutron NX500 or Force MP500 depending on the form factor and capacity that works best for you. Now, we have a new addition for those looking for something in …

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Phison to Display Industry-Leading NAND Controller Solutions – Flash Memory Summit 2018 Update

Flash Memory Summit 2018 is taking place from August 7th through 9th in Santa Clara, California, and Phison will be there displaying their latest industry-leading NAND controller technology and solutions.  Their show highlight will be their new PS5012-E12DC Enterprise PCIe 3.0×4 NVMe SSD controller, which our Sean Webster recently previewed for us.  This controller is specifically optimized for enterprise applications, …

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Corsair Neutron NX500 NVMe SSD Review (400GB)

Back in February, Corsair released one of the fastest NVMe SSDs into the market, their Force MP500. This SSD delivers more than enough performance to cover the needs of the majority of PC enthusiasts, however, with a rather typical 3-year warranty and fairly high price tag, it was just shy of earning our Gold Seal. Since then, Corsair has been …

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Team Group T-Force Cardea M.2 NVMe SSD Review (240GB)

If you’re a fan of SSDs, you won’t be surprised with the latest thought process that SSDs need to be cooled.  As of late, there seems to be a common theme that some type of SSD cooling is better than no cooling at all and, with respect to that thought, I would agree entirely.  Whether I might agree that SSDs, …

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