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Seagate Unveils SSD Portfolio Of Client,Server, 12Gb/s SAS and PCIe SSD Capable of 1.1 Mil IOPS

Seagate this morning announced an entire line of solid state drives to encompass  consumer and enterprise SATA, enterprise 12Gb/s SAS and enterprise PCIe applications.  It’s consumer retail and server level introductions are the Seagate 600 and 600 Pro SSDs, the 600 client SSD being the first SSD released at a z-height of 5mm.  Seagate supplied TSSDR with a 480GB version …

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The SSD Optimization Guide Ultimate Windows 8 (And Win7) Edition

At this point in the game, SSD optimization is nothing new to technology and has become a very popular topic as a result of SSD popularity, coupled with Microsoft’s shutting down sales of Windows 7.  Microsoft wants the world to be a Windows 8 world, at least until Windows Blue arrives as originally discovered in our own Forum Community. Even …

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ADATA Announces SX1000L SSD Family For Enterprise

ADATA Technology, Taiwanese manufacturer of premium performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash storage products, is announcing the launch of its enterprise grade SX1000L solid state drive (SSD).  This represents ADATA’s first SSD tailored towards server applications, following on the heels of a number of well-established and successful consumer-level SSDs. ADATA is emphasizing the performance and reliability of the SX1000L, as …

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The SSD Review SSD Database Is Live!

Have you ever looked for specific SSD information but couldn’t find it? Ever wondered who used such and such a controller or such and such memory?  Ever sought out SSDs by a specific manufacturer,  capacity, or even a specific memory type? By no means are we 100% complete just yet, but we think we might have a great SSD database …

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SuperTalent RC4 USB 3.0 Flash Drive With MS Windows To Go EXCLUSIVE – ceBIT Germany 2013 Update

Our visit to the SuperTalent booth and one on one with ST Product Marketing Manager Roman Nahal resulted in an unexpected exclusive this week with Roman handing us the very first SuperTalent RC4 Flash Drive outside of engineering hands. Better yet, SuperTalent also had the latest prototype, fresh with Toshiba NAND flash Toggle Mode memory, ready for our return to …

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Building a Home Server – The Complete Guide

Over the past few years, The SSD Review has enjoyed a fairly smooth ride with little to complain about. It wasn’t until our readership explosion that we realized how important backups were. There is nothing worse than a site crash, other than a site crash which also contains a Forum of course.  The sudden loss of days, weeks, months and …

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