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Solid-State Drive Reviews

Updated: Jul 21, 2014 23:41
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SANDISK EXTREME II 240GB SATA SSD MLC

In the car world, there are words or letters manufacturers append to standard model names to indicate something better. Honda has Type-R, Mercedes-Benz has AMG, BMW has M, Dodge has SRT, Chevrolet has SS; the list goes on. Actually, many marques share...

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Intel DC S3700 Series 2.5 400GB"

Let’s preface this conclusion by stating the obvious first: under no circumstance is the DC S3700 series designed to be used in a home

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Intel 910 Series interne SSD-Festplatte 400GB (8x PCI-e, MLC) grün

Performance Mode" is a feature that can be enabled through the Intel Data Center Tool Software. This feature is only possible on the 800GB model, but not for the reason you might think. The 400GB model is *always* in Performance Mode, since it can go...

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SSD Performance In The Office: Nine Applications Benchmarked

A number of metrics are used to quantify storage performance. If you're a regular Joe, you have to be wondering how such dry terminology can apply to office work. Rather than telling you, we're going to dissect several routine computing tasks.

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Exploring SSD Performance In Battlefield 3, F1 2011, And Rift...

We use a ton of terms to quantify storage performance. If you're a gamer, you have to be wonder how such dry terminology can apply to having fun. Rather than telling you, we're going to dissect three more popular titles to illustrate for you instead.

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Should You Upgrade? From A Hard Drive To An SSD

Should you buy a new processor for your next machine? How about a new graphics card? Have you given any thought to the status of your storage subsystem? We're making a case for incorporating solid-state technology the next time you're upgrade-shopping.

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Crucial's m4 SSD Tested At 64, 128, 256, And 512 GB

We have all four SSDs on-hand and are prepared to show you just how capacity and configuration affects the SSD you end up buying

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Intel 20GB 311 SSD

This cache Intel 20GB 311 SSD drive for the z68 chipset is not your normal SSD.

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Hands-On: A Second mSATA-Based SSD Emerges

The Serial ATA International organization announced mSATA back in September of 2009. It's important to note that mSATA, which stands for mini-SATA is a form factor; it has nothing to do with the micro interface connector used to attach 1.8" hard drives

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Investigation: Is Your SSD More Reliable Than A Hard Drive?

With that question weighing on an increasing number of enthusiasts' and IT professionals' minds, we set out to investigate SSD reliability and sort the facts from the fiction

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Can You Get More Space Or Speed From Your SSD?

Today's story is the product of our own efforts to maximize the amount of useful space you can squeeze from your valuable SSD. We also want to put some of those performance claims to the test using a couple of different drives in order to gauge whether...

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Crucial M4 / Micron C400 256GB SSD

Crucial has released a firmware update that offers up significant performance improvements, among other things, and all for the low, low price of free.

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Intel Solid State 310

Consider that the most recent wave of economy SSDs have been low capacity models, such as Intel's X25-V, which has 40GB capacity. A quick comparison makes the SSD 310's value clear. That said, we’re still proponents of Seagate's latest hybrid drive,...

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Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB SSD

The comparison chart below shows how the Kingston SSDs performed when comparing to a standard hard drive and against different configurations.

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Chaintech Apogee FlashSSD A-series 64GB

Prices of SSD disks have dropped radically during the past year. We have finally come to point when buying it is reasonable and even the cheap disks give good performance. Chaintech Apogee SSD gave us good performance in general use -  although it lost...

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Corsair Force 40GB Boot Drive SSD

The Corsair Force 40GB SSD may be the baby in the Force Series family but that doesn't stop it from putting up numbers to rival that of its older siblings in most of our tests. If you are considering entering the world of SSDs but don't want to drop...

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Samsung PM800 256GB SSD

Just a few weeks ago the Samsung SSD could convince with its good price per GB. After the prices of Sandforce SSDs fell, they cannot be beaten in terms of price - performance ratio. If Samsung also reduces the price, the PM800 is definitely worth...

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Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD

Looking at the results, the Inferno scores even better than the previous SandForce-based solid-state drive tested, in general. It only really faltered in the Windows 7 boot test, where it was behind by one mere second slower, and the AS SSD benchmark...

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OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD

Without doubt the best portable storage device we have tested, ever. Phenomenal performance and fantastic design.

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Runcore Pro V 200 GB SSD

Compared to the Vertex 2 and Agility 2 RRPs, the Runcore Pro V is priced very reasonably. Now, the stores have to follow suit to create a nice price structure

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G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB

While the G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB SSD doesn't visibly standout from its peers, it's certainly a solid offering with performance that won't disappoint.

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OCZ RevoDrive 120GB PCI-Express SSD

When I very first heard about the OCZ RevoDrive, truth be told I was a bit of a skeptic. I figured just like past PCIe SSDs, it wouldn't be bootable, and later when I was told that it was in fact bootable, I then naturally assumed the price would...

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