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Acer Predator GM7000 Gen4 NVMe SSD Review

The Innogrit Ranier Gen4 NVMe SSD controller has met with much success since the company officially came out of stealth mode.   The success of this controller is testament to the experience within the company.  Their management team is led by their CEO Dr. Zining Wu who served as Chief Technology Officer before leaving Marvell, most of his Management Team following …

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Samsung Pro Plus microSDXC Card and Card Reader Review

Samsung has recently introduced a new card in their flash lineup which should be a very comfortable entry into the media world.  It is the Samsung Pro Plus microSDXC and it is available in 128, 256 and 512GB capacities with and without the included card reader. This card also comes with a 10-year warranty. Its performance specs are rather impressive …

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Crucial P5 Plus PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD Review

If there is anything we have learned about Micron/Crucial over the years, it is that they like to sit in the weeds.  Never really being the first to jump out with a new product, the Crucial norm is to slip a product into the market once the market has become comfortable at that level.  When considering the success Crucial/Micron has …

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Building The TSSDR Z590 Core i9-11900K Test Bench – Unparalleled Performance Increase through Small Steps Back

There was a point when Intel was the undisputed leader of CPUs and their dominance over AMD was solid.  This changed when AMD released its Ryzen PCIe 4.0 CPUs just a little sooner than Intel expected and, over the past year and five months, they have controlled the Gen 4 space exclusively.  That has changed most recently with Intel’s latest …

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Silicon Power UD70 2TB NVMe SSD Review

The Silicon Power UD70 NVMe SSD is based on the newest Micron QLC NAND flash memory and it fits right in.  That is a pretty big statement considering there was a point when nobody thought QLC memory could stand up to the performance of previous gen TLC memory.  But then again, the same was said of TLC memory in comparing …

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