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Building an ASRock X299 Fatal1ty Test Bench with the i9-7900x

The SSD Review X299 Test Bench Build

So you just built a brand new Z270 PC and Intel comes out with the newest X299 ahead of schedule.  Is it worth the bump to have the latest and greatest… or do you stick with the Z?  If you are a media professional or high end user that needs every core you can get, the Intel Skylake-X i9-7900x is a monster with …

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Corsair Neutron NX500 NVMe SSD Review (400GB)

Corsair NX500 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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The New Kaby Lake Z270 Test Bench Gets Built – 5GHz

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Every year or so, we try to upgrade our hardware to stay current with tech trends and bumping our newest test bench up to the new Kaby Lake design was no different.  With Intel’ newest Optane Technology knocking at the door, the Z270 was a must.  If you are wondering whether the boot to Z270 is worth the jump from Z170, …

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Corsair Announces Force Series MP500 M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD – Their Fastest Ever Series of SSDs!

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Corsair is announcing immediate availability of their newest flash storage product, designated as the Force Series MP500 range of M.2 NVMe PCIe SSDs.  With sequential read speeds of up to 3000 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 2400 MB/s, the Force Series MP500 represents Corsair’s fastest-ever solid state storage devices.  This level of performance is some 5 X …

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Corsair Neutron XTi SSD Review (480GB)

Corsair Neutron XTi 480GB Feature

It has been nearly two years since we have reviewed the Corsair Neutron XT. At its release it was the first SSD we analyzed with the Phison S10 controller and after putting it through the paces, we were quite impressed with its performance at first show. The combination of the S10 controller with all its features and Toshiba’s 19nm MLC NAND …

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Corsair Announces Expansion of Force LS Series of SSDs – 480GB and 960GB Capacities Now Available

Corsair Force LS 480GB and 960GB duo feature

Corsair, a global producer of high-performance PC hardware components, is announcing the expansion of the Force LS series of solid-state drives (SSDs) to include 480GB and 960GB capacity versions. The Force LS series of SSDs in all capacities offer consumers a cost-effective upgrade path for their notebook or desktop PCs to more reliable and faster solid-state storage. The Force Series …

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Corsair Force Series LS 240GB SSD Review – Phison Controller Displays Increased Write Speeds

Force LS 240GB feature

When it comes to SSD controllers, up until recent times LSI/SandForce and Marvell have pretty much “ruled the roost”.    Other than a few instances of utilizing proprietary controllers (such as Samsung does in most of their SSDs), and a smaller player in Indilinx (acquired by OCZ),  there were no other options for manufacturers to engineer a new SSD with.  That has …

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BUILDING THE NEW TSSDR MPCIE TEST BENCH

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One of our favorite activities is the inevitability of a new PC build when a new SSD form factor is introduced.  It’s the reason to dig in and try to build a system that’s unique and, if the enjoyment we had with this MPCIe Test Bench is any indication of success, we have succeeded in our goal.  InWin, Corsair, Crucial, …

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