Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
After years trapped in licensing hell, the classic action-RPG is back. But does it still hold up in the days of Dark Souls?
A tweak to a familiar format
One sounds far more promising than the other
Trails behind former partner Intel.
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.
Aims to compete with SD Express.
Cyberpower kits its latest gaming PC out with 500GB NVMe storage, RTX 2060, and a liquid-cooled, overclocked Core i5-9600K.
Still no word on price.
£230 for 280GB? 3D XPoint has a point to prove.
Can WD's latest PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD differentiate itself enough?
1,700MB/s peak throughput.
Three new form factors.
While WD, Micron unveil 1TB microSD cards.
Integrated heatsink, 'Gaming Mode'.
Acts as Optane-like DRAM expansion.
Undercuts Samsung but at a performance penalty.
2,800MB/s over Thunderbolt 3.
Adds dynamic SLC cache.
PCIe, NVMe based.
16TB coming later this year.
Handles up to 12W.
Aims at gamers.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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