Tag Archives: Crystal DiskInfo

Samsung 990 Pro SSD Review – Samsung Reigns True Yet Again

One of the oldest players in the SSD world is Samsung.  They have been around since the beginning and were the first to release SSDs on the retail side way back in April of 2008, right there beside SanDisk.  Back then, we had the Samsung 64GB SLC SATA II SSD priced at a high of $1130… for 64GB!  Flash memory …

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SanDisk Professional PRO-G40 ThunderBolt 3 Dual Mode Portable SSD Review – Unbelievable 3.1GB/s Data Transfer Speeds

Hot on the heals of one of the best examples of pure storage gear that we have ever had in our hands (SanDisk Professional PRO-BLADE), Western Digital sends us along their newest SanDisk Professional PRO-G40 Portable SSD for a quick look.  Let’s start this report off by saying that SanDisk Professional gear is not for the faint of heart.  It …

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Lexar Professional NM800 Pro SSD Review

Up on the Test Bench today we have the latest and greatest from Lexar, the Lexar Professional NM800 Pro NVMe SSD.  This SSD has a very compact heatsink which makes it the perfect addition to a Sony Playstation 5 gaming system.  Let’s add to that the fact that the makeup of this SSD isn’t your run of the mill copycat …

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KIOXIA XG8 Gen 4 2TB SSD Review – The Best in OEM Storage

A rather unfortunate and all too common thing we have seen throughout the years is substandard third party components within electronic equipment.  A perfect example might be a storage device in a laptop where, most often, the SSD choice has been poorly thought out by the company.  We have posted a lot of notebook and Ultrabook reviews throughout the years …

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Lexar SL660 Blaze Gaming Portable SSD Review (1TB)

If you are a gamer or media manipulator, data transfer speeds are key.  There are two options that speak to data transfer speed in external storage, these being Thunderbolt 3/4 or the newest USB 3.2.  We see fairly few Thunderbolt devices these days as they are the more expensive of the two when considering external SSDs.  They are faster, however. …

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