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KingFast F3 Series mSATA 3.0 SSD Review (120GB)

If someone would have suggested that mSATA SSD sales would overtake that of notebook form factor SSDs a few years ago, SSD manufacturers would have told them they were nuts. After all, the typical notebook size SSD could replace any hard drive, yet mSATA SSD use was extremely limited, to say the least.  The ultrabook was just becoming a vision …

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The SSD Review is Hiring – Enterprise SSD Reviewer and Technology Journalist

The SSD Review is seeking two individuals to join our team for paid opportunities and travel, fulfilling contract positions. Both opportunities require people well versed in SSD technology with experience both in the technology field, as well as compiling subsequent website articles. Commencement for both positions will be as soon as qualified people have been identified and these positions are …

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TSSDR Affiliate Reviews for March 21, 2013

The opportunity has arisen for me to attend The Price is Right Life Show in Hamilton, Ontario. How awesome is that!  While the games are the same, these shows are not televised, nor hosted by Drew Carey, but still how many people can say they attended? What if  my friend or I  actually get called to ‘come on down’ and …

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TSSDR Affiliate Tech Reviews for March 18, 2013

Here we go…a fresh week,  a fresh outlook and fresh reviews from our Affiliate Review Sites.  It’s amazing how we can run out of time before we run out of things to do.  Life becomes so busy that we have to reset priorities and somethings get set back.  Ultimately, it is important that when things are brought to your attention that …

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Seagate Demonstrates 12Gb/s SAS SSD and Promises More On the Way- ceBIT Germany 2013 Update

You know a company is considered established when change is made and talked about worldwide.  Such is the case with recent news that Seagate is dropping its 7200RPM line and rumors grow rampid.  Of interest to us is Seagate’s stance on SSD development and we couldn’t count the discussions and emails we have received regarding rumored purchases or beliefs that …

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TRIMcheck: Does Your SSD Really have TRIM Working?

The question of whether TRIM is working, and working correctly, remains to be one of the most active SSD discussions to date. What started out as a Forum thread identifying a free new software that allows the SSD user to determine if TRIM is working, has grown to a full fledged working group where new members and our ‘in house …

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MyDigitalSSD BP4 Slim 7 Series SSD Review (240GB)

A week or so ago, we published a review of the MyDigital BP4 that was ‘ a wolf in sheeps clothing’ in a way as it was a 120GB SSD with an exterior label claiming to be 240GB. After posting the review, MyDigitalSSD called and insisted on sending the REAL 240GB BP4, claiming that it’s performance would be something to …

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Kingfast F3 Plus SSD Review (240GB) – Looks Like The Real Thing

Ok so we have had a few hectic weeks since the last KingFast F3 Plus SSD was received and analysed.  In result, KingFast was nice enough to send us a new one right away. Based in Shenzen, China, KingFast ships about 50,000 SSDs monthly when we combine enterprise, business, consumer and oem. Our analysis today examines the F3 Plus which …

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KingFast Unknowingly Sends Counterfeit SSD With Fake Memory For Review

Arguably, the two most important components of an SSD are the controller and NAND flash memory.  In the memory industry, manufacturers may dispose of sub-par memory on the open market where, at least in the case of SSDs, more suitable applications may be found. The potential downside to this commonplace practice is the memory has the potential to be counterfeited …

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