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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Seagate reckons it's its fastest SSD yet
Stormforce's £1,300 rig sports a six-core 3rd Gen Ryzen CPU, RX 5700, and NVMe PCIe SSD.
With Ryzen, Navi, X570, and a PCIe 4.0 SSD, the Elite Spectre is looking to make an impact.
144-layer QLC on track for 2020, PLC being played with.
Cyberpower kits its latest gaming PC out with 500GB NVMe storage, RTX 2060, and a liquid-cooled, overclocked Core i5-9600K.
Including MEG Godlike, MEG Ace.
Aorus Xtreme board comes to mainstream AMD.
Still no word on price.
Can WD's latest PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD differentiate itself enough?
1,700MB/s peak throughput.
Integrated heatsink, 'Gaming Mode'.
Combines cache and storage.
Adds dynamic SLC cache.
Volume shipments by year's end.
Up to four PCIe M.2 drives with active cooling.
X470 motherboards have a huge variation in M.2 port speeds and SATA support, so much so that they risk confusing potential owners.
Handles up to 12W.
Cases have too many SSD mounts, and motherboard M.2 ports should support SATA and PCIe SSDs - and I'm just getting started.
58GB and 118GB flavours.
If you haven't installed 3B6QCXP7, don't.
128GB, 256GB capacities.
Cooling and bling for your high-speed storage.
Also includes liquid-cooled Core i7-7700K and up to 32GB of DDR4.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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