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Corsair MP400 2TB NVMe SSD Review – QLC NAND Goes Mainstream

One of the most diverse and inclusive names in the PC business is Corsair.  Their Force Series SSDs were first introduced in 2010, but wait, Corsair’s gaming portfolio started way back in 1994.  Corsair has always been a part of our system builds and my personal favorite to this day is their iCue software, although a quick look at our …

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Sabrent Rocket Pro Portable SSD Review (4TB)

Perhaps the one thing that Sabrent has done best in the SSD industry is to fill the void that many would not.  They struck hard on entry with capacities that many might not chance, jumping into QLC well ahead of the curve, and then marketing PCIe 4.0 performance at what appeared to be the perfect time.  And if you are …

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Lexar Professional 512GB CFexpress Type B Card Review (512GB)

Some time ago, we posted our review on the newest storage media to hit the consumer as of late, the Lexar Professional 256GB CFexpress Type B Card.  At 1750MB/s read and 1000MB/s write, this storage media is pretty much the fastest there is for its size. It comes with a limited lifetime warranty, and at the time of our review, …

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SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD 1TB Review

SanDisk has recently upgraded their line of Extreme Portable SSDs and they encompass, not only a higher volume but also, their transfer speeds are faster.  Our review today examines the Extreme Portable SSD which is a USB 3.2 (10Gbps) SSD. Within a few days. we will be reviewing the SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD which is the first portable SSD that …

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ProGrade CFExpress B 1TB 1700 Gold / 325GB 1700 Cobalt Memory Cards & Thunderbolt 3 Card Reader Review – Things Just Keep on Getting Better

Sustained write disk performance is not advertised with most CFexpress Type B cards today and, in fact, it is not common whatsoever in the flash industry.  As much as it is not spoken of, consumer SSDs, SD cards, compact flash cards, and even the latest CFexpress cards, are marketed and sold according to their ‘peak’ read and write data transfer …

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