Tag Archives: Indilinx

TCS Proteus Plus 256GB Military/Industrial Ruggedized SSD Review

Today, we’re once again forging a trail off the mainstream with a something a little more unusual than our normal fare. We have another military and industrial SSD from Telecommunication Systems (TCS) in house, and we can’t wait to scope it out. “Mission Critical Application” is any application in which failure of the Product could result, directly or indirectly, in personal injury or …

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OCZ Vertex 4 Indilinx Infused SSD Controller Confirmed To Be Marvell Silicon

Earlier today, Anandtech announced his receipt of a tip, and confirmation that OCZ Vertex 4 and Octane contain controllers that are Marvell hardware based. After contacting OCZ, we received confirmation of such and this was furthered by the fact that the Marvell controller runs at higher clock speeds and features Indilinx proprietary firmware. When push comes to shove, the OCZ …

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OCZ Vertex 4 SSD Benched Again – CeBIT 2012 Update

Our first visit to the OCZ Booth at CeBIT 2012 was a bit ‘rushed’ as we saw a flurry of first day guests invading the hangars as many companies were still fine tuning their displays. Such was the case with our visit to the OCZ booth which remains to be one of the busiest displays of the show.  We have …

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OCZ Everest Finds Its Way Into Ultrabooks – CES 2012 Update

OCZ has announced that Everest based SSDs will find their way into LG’s new Z330 Ultrabook. To refesh your memory, OCZ’s Everest controller, which is utilized in their Octane SSD, has read/write speeds of 535/270MB/s respectively for the 256GB variant, which is the same capacity being used in LG’s products. The Everest controller has been shown to hold it’s own …

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OCZ Octane SATA 3 512GB SSD Review

Our review today will be a long awaited look at the OCZ Octane 6Gbps 512GB SSD. Eight months ago, OCZ bought Indilinx with full intention of spreading their wings in the development of their own proprietary controller based on the Indlinx Everest design.  OCZ has spoken of higher incompressible data performance, quicker disk access as well as better sustained write …

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