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 »
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Lexar Professional Diamond 512GB CFExpress Type B Card Review
Some time ago we posted an article on the latest and greatest in CFExpress Type B cards with our Lexar Professional Diamond 128GB and its unique ability to provide a sustained write performance of just under 1600MB/s. After all, sustained write speeds are everything in the world of digital media and, earlier CFExpress Type B cards that could not hold …Read More »
Micron 2550 DRAMless Gen4 Client SSD Review – The Worlds First 232-Layer NAND SSD Is A Game Changer
Every now and then a product comes across our desk that we just know is going to be special…maybe even a game changer. Such is the case with the newest Micron 2550 DRAMless PCIe 4.0 Client M.2 SSD that we are testing today and, quite frankly, it is hard to believe there is really so much in such a small …Read More »
Micron Announces 2550 Series NVMe SSDs — World’s First Featuring 232-Layer NAND
Micron is announcing its newest NVMe SSD offerings for client storage needs. Their new 2550-Series of NVMe SSDs utilize an NVMe 1.4 PCIe Gen4 interface to deliver sequential read speeds of up to 5,000 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 4,000 MB/s. These are the world’s first SSDs that feature Micron’s latest 232-layer NAND, which helps enable faster …Read More »
Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus SSD With PS5 Heatsink Review – They Switched to B47R Memory Without Telling a Soul!
Without a doubt, the loudest a reader can be in the SSD world is when a company dares to switch hardware in their SSDs without telling anyone. This goes back years and, well, few have escaped the wrath of online ridicule when they are caught doing such. I have always been the bad guy and still believe that manufacturers have …Read More »
Kingston KC3000 PCIe 4.0 NVME SSD Review – Did Kingston Just Release a ‘Game’ Changer?
One of the oldest names in SSDs is Kingston. One might not expect such as Kingston, by all sense of the term, is a third party manufacturer…or distributor. Unlike Samsung, WD/SanDisk, Intel, Kioxia, Micron, SKHynix and a few others, they do not actually own a fab that ‘grows’ the silicon ingots to manufacture NAND wafers. Unbelievably, the original Kingston SSDNow …Read More »
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 …Read More »