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Micron Intros Ballistix TX3 M.2 NVMe SSD – Computex 2016 Update

Ballistix TX3 SSD Dual Installation

We got a sneak peek of a future NVME release in the Micron family, but its introduction was a bit unexpected.  Enter the Ballistix (by Micron) brand of flash memory products where the Ballistix TX3 NVMe SSD will be leading the way, along with an assortment of DRAM memory products.  We are well aware that Crucial’s Ballistix memory is already …

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OCZ RD400 NVMe SSD Review (256GB/512GB/1TB)

OCZ RD400 SSD Featured Pic

More MB/s, more IOPS, and lower latencies are what storage enthusiasts dream of. CPUs, RAM, and GPUs are all pushing faster speeds than ever, but storage has typically been a bottleneck for enthusiasts, even after the introduction of SSDs. To enable faster speeds bus bandwidth has been increased over the years and storage has started to migrate onto the PCIe bus so that …

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LaCie Unleashes New 1TB External Chromé SSD and Porsche Design Desktop Drives – CES 2016 Update

LaCie Chrome Featured

LaCie, the premium brand from Seagate Technology, has just unleashed the fastest USB storage solution on the market at CES 2016! Designed by Neil Poulton the LaCie Chromé is a sleek combination of style and performance. The polished aluminum enclosure attaches to a removable magnetized display stand and the back features magnetized cable management. Through the use of a pair of …

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SSD of the Week – Kingston HyperX Predator

Kingston HyperX Predator 480GB Feature

Well, it has been some time since we have reviewed the Kingston HyperX Predator. Back in March we were lucky enough to not only review one of these drives, but also two in RAID 0! The HyperX Predator is currently their top tier storage product. Powered by a Marvell PCIe 2.0 x4 controller and Toshiba A19 NAND, it delivers great …

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U.2 (SFF-8639) Connector Insight When Buying The Intel 750 NVMe SSD

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One might have never thought there could be a problem with efficient SSD availability, but many have felt the bite with their Intel 750 Series NVMe SSD purchase. Ordering through online retailers, many bought the newest Intel 750 SSD in what appeared to be a notebook version that connects to PCIe, only to learn that it wasn’t quite that simple. …

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