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Solid-State Drive Reviews

Updated: Oct 1, 2014 09:20
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 120GB

The single biggest bottleneck in modern systems is indeed the traditional plattered hard drive, and using an SSD in your system will make such a difference that you'll want to cry if faced with having to use an HDD afterwards. No exaggeration, the...

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OCZ Enyo 128GB USB 3.0 Portable SSD

It's no secret that OCZ produces some of the best SSD's on the planet, if not the best in many cases, and it's devices like the Enyo that helps keep the company's name at the forefront of related technologies. This drive is not a typical desktop SSD,...

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G.Skill FALCON II FM-25S2I-128GBF2

If I can describe the G.Skill Falcon II in one word, I would have to go with “fast” because this drive performs extremely well, especially when compared to the 5400RPM drive I am used to. With read and write speeds upwards of 150 MB/s, everything just...

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SandForce SF1500 Enterprise SSD Processor

The SandForce SF1500 SSD processor is an Enterprise-class Solid State Drive technology that powers products such as the OCZ Vertex-2 Pro. With a potential top-speed of 260 MBps read and write bandwidth, the SandForce SF1500-based SSD series will push...

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OCZ Vertex LE (Limited Edition) 100GB SSD

The OCZ Vertex LE 100GB hard drive is one of the fastest we have tested, but when it comes to pricing it faces tough competition with other brands!

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OCZ Agility EX 60GB SSD

There is no getting around the fact that the OCZ Agility EX is one hell of a fast drive. So much so that there were very few competitors

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OCZ Vertex Turbo 120GB SSD

After reviewing the 60GB version of the OCZ Vertex Turbo we knew it held its own but couldn't quite match the performance results of the big dog 120/128GB competitors, and as a result we were very eager to get our hand on its Turbo sibling, especially...

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Patriot PC25S Convoy 3.5" Internal Enclosure 2-Bay SSD/2.5" SATA

As a field service Technician I can't afford to lose any data that I have to backup for my clients. I always use this in RAID 1 mode to always have a backup. I work for Brokers that do multi-million dollar deals and this Enclosure SAVES ME TIME WITH...

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