STORAGE

November 27th, 2012

OCZ Vector 256GB SSD Review

With the competition slowly overtaking their high-end Vertex 4, it was high time for OCZ to make introduce a revamped high end SSD lineup.  That starts today with the Vector series. OCZ’s. By incorporating an in-house designed Barefoot 3 controller and fast NAND, this could be drive which puts OCZ back on the enthusiast map.


November 25th, 2012

Western Digital RE 4TB Enterprise Hard Drive Review

Western Digital may have faced adversity throughout the last year but if the new RE 4TB is any indication, they are back with a vengeance.  This drive is geared towards the enterprise market segment and is one of the largest capacity HDDs around but has its narrow focus sacrificed features that would appeal to enthusiasts?


November 8th, 2012

Corsair Neutron 240GB & Neutron GTX 240GB SSDs Review

The current SSD market is loaded with nearly identical drives from every manufacturer but Corsair’s new Neutron series does things differently.  Both the standard and high end GTX models use Link A Media’s new and unique Amber controller and their performance numbers are impressive to say the least.


November 6th, 2012

OCZ Agility 4 256GB SSD Review

OCZ’s new Agility 4 SSD is meant to combine a high performance Everest 2 controller with mid-tier NAND to create a drive that competes against some of the best around without costing a fortune.  However, at $180, the Agility 4 has been parachuted into a very cluttered market segment which holds several alternatives.


October 11th, 2012

SanDisk Extreme 240GB SSD Review

In a market filled with high end SSD’s, it may at first look like SanDisk’s new Extreme 240GB would have a tough time of things.  However, with a price of under $190 and performance that competes with some of the best drives currently available, it is sure to stand out for all of the right [...]


October 3rd, 2012

Corsair Accelerator 30GB SSD Cache Drive Review

Corsair’s Accelerator 30GB is being introduced into a market that’s found respect for once-lowly cache drives.  Ringing in at just $60, this SSD isn’t meant as a stand alone solution since it is supposed to link up with your hard drive and provide increased system responsiveness.


September 4th, 2012

Crucial V4 256GB SSD Review

At first glance the Crucial V4 256GB is the antithesis of current SSDs since it fails to deliver convincing performance wins over its brethren.  However, the V4 still provides HDD-destroying benchmark numbers and 256GB of capacity alongside a price of under $180.


August 28th, 2012

Corsair Force GS 240GB SSD Review

Corsair’s Force GS 240GB may be one of the best SSDs we’ve reviewed over the past year.  While it may use a slightly older SF2281 controller, the use advanced NAND allows for killer performance at an unbelievably low price.  This drive really does have it all.


July 29th, 2012

OCZ Vertex 4 128GB SSD Review

We’ve seen ultra expensive high performance SSDs and lower end ones which typically can”t keep pace with expectations but OCZ’s Vertex 4 128GB is setting out to change things.  Unlike many of its competitors, the Vertex 4 128GB  combines class leading benchmark numbers with a sub-$150 price point.


July 19th, 2012

Intel 910 Series 800GB PCI-E SSD Review

Intel’s new 910 Series enterprise-class SSDs are meant to dominate an emerging market before their competition can even get off the ground.  Boasting transfer speeds of up to 2GB/s, a PCI-E interface for ultra quick communication, class leading longevity and multiple performance modes, this is very much the storage market’s technological bleeding edge.