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Transcend Announces SSD740 SATAIII SSD Featuring JMF667H JMicron Controller

Transcend Information, Inc., a premier industrial-grade SSD manufacturer, has jumped on the JMicron bandwagon with their new SSD740 SATAIII solid-state drive (SSD).  Transcend is marketing their latest offering as the ultimate SSD solution for devices utilizing more advanced operating systems, including Ultrabooks, notebooks, gaming systems and industrial desktop PCs.  The SSD740 offers an impressive combination of performance and durability. As seen …

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IO-Data Announces SSDN-3TB SSDs With New Toshiba SATA 3 SSD Controller

IO-Data, well known for its myriad storage products, has announced their latest SSD model, SSDN-3TB. Built around a new Toshiba 6Gbps storage controller, it will deliver read and write speeds of up to 480 MB/s and 350MB/s respectively. In addition, random performance is pegged at 73k IOPS for reads and 58k IOPS when it comes to writes. Initially available in …

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SSD Components and Make Up – An SSD Primer

In our first article entitled ‘Benefits of The Solid State Drive‘ we briefly provided comparison between a SSD and a hard drive and described the benefits of such an upgrade. We are going to follow with a description of SSD components along with an understanding of the purpose of each. This article will not only provide a solid foundation in …

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Kingston V200 SATA 3 SSD Release Intended For Value Minded Consumers

Kingston today announced the release of their updated V200 series, an SSD family that traditionally relied on the JMicron controller.  We have been anticipating this upgrade from Kingston for some time now as we first spotted the SATA 3  JMicron at Computex, Taipei this past June. The V200 is available as a standalone SSD, or with a migration kit, in …

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SSD Processors

SSD Drives have matured considerably since Intel released their 2 1/2 SSD in early 2008. Many others were released consecutively, none of which could maintain the standard of the 1st generation Intel drives. These early SSDs contained JMicron and Samsung processors (controllers) and suffered stuttering and micro freezing issues and their overall performance was average compared to the Intel offering, that of which …

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SSD Manufacturers

The below list comprises all SSD manufacturers, each listed in alphabetical order and is updates as frequently as possible. Should an error, an error, omission or update be recognized, please contact The SSD Review and we wil do our best to get the list updated . . SLC versus MLC The majority of solid state drives use MLC (multi-level cell) Nand …

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