With 22 SSD reviews, this has been the busiest week I’ve come across to date and even ran out of time to get this article writen by the end of Friday (Irish Time)!  10 of these reviews are OCZ, along with a couple of Patriot Torqx 2 reviews. Continue reading »

 

OCZ Technology plans to demonstrate its first hybrid storage device at the upcoming Computex show, which will be its first device to combine a hard disk with NAND flash memory.  This is an unusual move for OCZ with it previously committing itself to SSDs only. Continue reading »

 

Corsair a company well known for its high performance RAM, USB flash drives and power supplies has just announced its new range of Force 3 SSDs featuring the SandForce SF-2281 SSD processor and claiming a massive 85,000 IOPS in capacities ranging from 60GB to 240GB. Continue reading »

 

With OCZ’s recent launch of its Vertex 3 max IOPS SSD, there are three reviews published at this time of writing.  This SSD aims to improve upon the original flagship SATA3 Vertex 3 claiming up to 75,000 random write IOPS.  The current reviews include replay traces to simulate heavy real world use as well as the usual AS SSD and CDM tests. KitGuru’s review also includes Windows start-up and application launch timings, comparing it with other drives. Continue reading »

 

Texas Memory Systems (TMS), a company specialising in high speed storage and has the trademark “World’s Fastest Storage®” has introduced its RanSan-70, a 900GB half-length PCIe x8 card, utilising Toshiba’s newest 32nm SLC flash. Continue reading »

 

Forget the superstition, grab a cuppa and get set for some SSD review reading, as you’ll be happy to know that SSD reviews have picked up again this week. ;-)   With the announcement of Intel’s new 311 SSD and reviewers getting their hands on motherboards featuring the Z68 chipset, this week there have been a few taking a look at how well this cache solution performs.  AnandTech also tested it along with the 40GB Corsair F40 and Benchmark Reviews tested the Intel 311 SSD on its own. Continue reading »

 

With Intel’s recent Z68 chipset announcement that can use an SSD as a huge hard disk or RAID array cache, Intel has now unveiled a low cost SLC based SSD specifically designed to be used as a cache drive for the Z68 platform. Continue reading »

 

OCZ Technology Group, well known for its high-performance SSDs, has announced its new line-up of Agility 3 and Solid 3 SATA3 SSDs and published products sheets including AS SSD results.  These are targeted at enthusiasts looking for high performance SSDs without the cost associated with the Vertex 3 series. Continue reading »

 

With plenty of time to spare today, I decided to quickly set up a WAMP server in a Virtual PC environment running Windows XP and tried to see if I could replicate this issue.  After spending a couple of hours trying to find the magic combination of WordPress updates between 2.9.2 (my original version) and version 3.1, the categories always worked fine once I landed on version 3.1. Continue reading »

 

As some may have noticed a few weeks ago, the categories drop-down menu links and certain links throughout this website including tags stopped working, all giving an “Error 404 – Not found” issue.  From some quick tests in the control panel, this issue only occurred when I enabled custom permalinks for blog posts.  Continue reading »

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