Solid State Drives Guide
The AMD Radeon R7 and Plextor M6 Pro are two of the latest high-end SSDs to hit the market. We put them through their paces to see if they can challenge other established high-end SSDs, such as the Samsung SSD 840 Pro and OCZ Vector 150.
The Raidon InTank iR2770 is an internal RAID storage module that lets users easily configure two 2.5-inch form factor drives in either RAID 0 or 1. What's more it fits into a single 3.5-inch drive bay.
OCZ has just launched its new ARC 100 SSD, which is powered by its in-house developed Barefoot 3 controller and is targeted at entry-level and budget-conscious users.
AMD has just announced its new mid to high-end Radeon-branded R7 SSDs, which was designed in collaboration with OCZ and Toshiba. What's more, you can expect it to hit local stores soon!
Plextor has just announced that its new high-end SSD, the M6 Pro, will be available in Singapore beginning today with prices starting at $128.
Silicon Motion has just announced its new SM2256 controller, which also happens to be the world's first complete merchant solution for TLC NAND.
HGST has just demonstrated what it calls "the world's fastest SSD" at the Flash Memory Summit using a combination of an ultra low latency interface and faster memory.
Kingston has just released its new HyperX Fury SSD, a mainstream drive specifically targeted at budget-conscious gamers. Oddly, it uses a SandForce controller, but we gave it a go to see how it compares to other mainstream heavyweights from Crucial and Samsung.
Kingston has just announced the 960GB SSDNow V310 drive, a large capacity SSD targeted at mainstream users and value hunters.
The Samsung SSD 850 PRO is a milestone because it is the first consumer SSD to use 3D Vertical NAND, a special type of NAND memory invented by Samsung to overcome the shortcomings of traditional NAND architecture. Why is it important and how does this new drive perform? Read on to find out.