Over the years, we have compiled several SSD reviews that might not be the norm to most; secure SSDs. We aren’t speaking of software contained portable SSDs that enable one to activate that devices hardware encryption, but rather, those that don’t rely on software, those that cannot be broken into and even if someone could, those that are filled solid …Read More »
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Sabrent has just released an upgraded version of their Rocket CFX CFExpress B Memory Cards and added the name PRO to make sure they are a distinct entry in the storage space. They are available in 512GB, 1 and 2TB and we have had the opportunity to spend some time with all three. Performance is rated at 1800MB/s read and …Read More »
The Corsair MP600 has been around for some time and has been the go-to SSD for different Corsair component configurations going on four years now. The first was released with the Phison E16 controller paired with Toshiba BiCS 4 TLC NAND while the next became the MP600 Core, again with the Phison E16 but matching it with Micron 96-layer QLC …Read More »
It seems like so long since we posted our review of the Phison PS5026 – E26 PCIe 5.0 reference design where the world got its first look at the incredible performance of a Gen 5 SSD. Hot off the press on the Test Bench today is Corsairs newest MP700 PCIe 5.0 2TB NVMe M.2 SSD and, if you would believe …Read More »
One of the oldest names in the flash business is Micron/Crucial and our own relationship with them goes way back to 2010. Back then, we were one of the first to review their Crucial C300 RealSSD in a 64GB capacity, with lightning fast speeds of 357MB/s read and 76MB/s write, and a price of $139.99… for a 64GB SSD. We …Read More »
Several weeks ago, Lexar sent us their biggest and brightest 2TB Lexar Professional Gold CFExpress B Card and, well, it has found a permanent home in my Canon EOS R5 mirrorless digital full frame. That wasn’t an easy feat considering I had relied solely on the ProGrade Cobalt 650GB card since its release 2 1/2 years ago, but this Lexar …Read More »
Acer Predator GM7 1TB SSD Review – 232-Layer NAND Comes Alive Running at 2400MT/s in a DRAM-less Design
It’s been just over a month since we posted the latest in NAND flash technology with our Micron 2550 DRAM-less Gen 4 SSD Review where we saw a Gen 4 SSD run cooler and faster than we ever had before. It was (and still is) an ideal candidate for ‘PS5 Gaming SSD of the Year’ (if you can get your …Read More »
Sometimes small things surprise us. Samsung just pulled this off with their newest T7 Shield which has just been released in a massive 4TB capacity. You see… this is not typical of Samsung to push out such high capacity storage as it goes against their business model. I know this as I had a very lengthy conversation with Samsung in …Read More »
ProGrade Digital CFExpress Type B GOLD 2.0 Memory Card Review – High Capacity High Sustained Writes Low Temp FINALLY!
CFExpress Type B cards have become a main stream item and will be here for some time. We don’t feel the same with respect to CFExpress Type A as it is supported by few media devices in comparison and can’t come close to capacity or speed of CFExpress Type B. Don’t get me wrong. CFExpress Type B has had its …Read More »
Sabrent Rocket Gen 4 2230 1TB M.2 SSD Review – Is this the Smallest and Fastest Storage Combination in the World?
Without a doubt one of the smallest and fastest storage solutions available today!Read More »