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.
The Transcend SSD320 Series is the company's mainstream SSD lineup. Featuring the tried-and-test SandForce controller but slower asynchronous NAND memory, we take it for a spin to see how it performs.
Intel has just refreshed their mainstream SSD offerings with their new SSD 335 Series. The new drive boasts incremental improvements, but will it be priced to attract mainstream users? Find out if the drive's performance and price point are attractive enough to consider in your next rig.
The Transcend SATA III SSD720 is the latest SandForce-powered SSD to hit our labs. We put it through our tests to see how it fares against the current crop of SandForce drives.
With SSDs becomingly increasing affordable, we take a look at yet another offering from Kingmax which uses the popular Sandforce SF-2281 controller. With a much lower price than the competition, this could be a good value option to consider.