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KIOXIA Announces XG7 PCIe 4 NVMe SSDs for Notebooks at Dell Technologies World Virtual Show 2021

Dell Technologies World was held this past week and it is a shining example of our ability to overcome and adapt. Where thousands of people would once have flown to DTW from every corner of the world, this years event was held virtually and available online.  Virtual keynotes.  Virtual booths.  Virtual announcements. Virtual product displays.  And of course access to …

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Transcend CFexpress 820 Type B Memory Card Review

CF Express Type B cards have had the fortune of enhanced visibility as of late, their performance becoming the sweet spot for many new digital and video cameras that can take advantage of their data transfer speeds. Before the newest Type B version, most enthusiasts had never even imagined transfer cards faster than that of a SD card that could …

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Lexar NM620 Gen3 NVMe SSD Review

Sometimes things almost seem just too coincidental. Less than two weeks back we received the Lexar NM620 NVMe SSD for review while only a few days after that the Lexar name came up while touching base with an old friend I hadn’t spoken to in some time.  We were discussing his business, which is PC build and repair, when he …

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Delkin Black CF Express Type B 512GB Memory Card Review – Incomparable Sustained Write Speeds and Low Temps

In late 2020, Canon introduced the EOS R5 mirrorless camera and that set off a frenzy of companies rushing to market the latest and greatest in CF Express Type B memory cards.  The sheer speed of CF Express B moved digital media into a new realm where photographers and videographers could capture moments that were once impossible.  Don’t get me …

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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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ADATA SE900G RGB USB 3.2 20Gbps External SSD Review

There seems to be much confusion with respect to USB speeds these days, and it’s all the result of the newest USB 3.2 Gen 2 design.  The standard for the newest USB release is USB 3.2 Gen 2 which will attain data transfer speed of 10Gbps (1GB/s) with newer compatible systems.  A step up from that is USB 3.2 Gen …

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