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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Less than £100 for nearly 500GB, but how does it perform?
AMD expands to the SSD market, with a rebadged OCZ/Toshiba drive to target gamers
The Vertex's cheaper sibling comes to play, but can it keep up with the big kids?
Patriot's Wildfire uses a SandForce 2281 controller and speedy 32nm NAND; is it the fastest SSD yet?
Adds SATA 6Gbps support and 32MB cache to cheaper models to increase performance.
Details of Intel’s forthcoming X79 chipset for LGA2011 CPUs have been leaked, and it looks epic.
Use this tool to find out if your data is at risk from Intel's chipset flaw.
Faster performance, 25nm NAND chips and a new name.
Are all SATA 6Gbps ports born equal? We sort the weeds from the chaff.
SandForce has revealed details of its next-generation SF-2000 SSD controller.
A dinky £80 board with SATA 6Gbps and USB 3 - is it budget perfection or bargain rejection?
Two SandForce controllers and 1GB/sec of bandwidth should make for quick storage
The first SATA 6Gbps SSD we've tested and boy is it fast: 345MB/sec fast.
Word on the SSD street is that Sandforce is reading its SATA 6GBps controller as soon as Sept.
While poking around the Computex show floor, we spotted some 6-core compatible mini-ITX motherboards.
We test AMD's latest 880G IGP graphics to see how it stacks up against the competition.
Gigabyte trims the fat from its latest Core i7 board, but leaves in USB 3 and SATA 6Gbps.
Asus adds USB 3 and SATA 6Gbps to its latest LGA1366 Core i7 motherboard.
The competition to the latest Micron's RealSSD SATA 6Gbps drives is due Q4, earliest.
Can MSI's latest Socket AM3 motherboard live up to its excellent GD70 predecessor?
We've got early shots of the upcoming AMD 880G chipset and budget motherboard from ECS.
A reliable industry source in Taipei tells us that Intel chipsets won't feature native support for USB 3 until 2012, and SATA 6Gbps won't arrive until late next year either.
WD's next gen 6Gbps Velociraptor arrives today, with double capacity of up to 600GB, a SATA 6Gbps interface and 10k RPM spindle speed.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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