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0 Kingston HyperX Savage 128 GB USB 3.1 Gen1 Review

Kingston HyperX Savage 128 GB USB 3.1 Gen1 Review

Storage | 25th January 2016

Let's have a look at Kingston's new HyperX Savage USB Flash drive with stated read and write speeds of 350MB/s and 250MB/s. Let's see how well it stacks up.

6 Crucial BX200 960GB SSD Review

Crucial BX200 960GB SSD Review

Storage | 3rd December 2015

Sick and tired of uninstalling things from your OS drive? Crucial has the solution.

5 Kingston Hyper X Predator m.2 SSD Review

Kingston Hyper X Predator m.2 SSD Review

Storage | 6th May 2015

If the blazing speeds available from the latest m.2 drives is something you covet, but you want it on something other than a bright green PCB, then Kingston have just the thing for you.

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OC3D Articles ›› Storage

11 256GB SSD from PQI

256GB SSD from PQI

Yau Pla | 1st June 2007

PQI officially announced high speed 226X Industrial CF Turbo+ card today. Find out more inside..

9 LG Launches High-Speed Optical DVD Rewriters

LG Launches High-Speed Optical DVD Rewriters

Matthew Fogg | 21st May 2007

LG Electronics has launched its new line-up of high speed optical DVD rewriters to the UK.

3 Seagate and Windows Rally

Seagate and Windows Rally

Matthew Fogg | 17th May 2007

Seagate teamed up with Microsoft at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC), showcasing Windows Rally technologies by setting up six network devices in six minutes.

1 Pioneer’s New Blu-ray ‘Combo’ Drive

Pioneer’s New Blu-ray ‘Combo’ Drive

Matthew Fogg | 8th May 2007

Pioneer's new Blu-ray 'Combo' drive for PCs were launched today.

49 Samsung SM951 512GB M.2 Review

Samsung SM951 512GB M.2 Review

Storage | 22nd April 2015

SSDs with incredible speeds are coming thick and fast. We take a look at the latest Samsung offering, and see how PCI Express 2.0 compares to PCI Express 3.0 too.

0 Samsung T1 500GB USB 3.0 External SSD Review

Samsung T1 500GB USB 3.0 External SSD Review

Storage | 13th April 2015

In the market for some portable storage but finding a USB Stick too small for your requirements? Samsung and their T1 might be just the thing you need.

0 Crucial MX200 1TB SSD Review

Crucial MX200 1TB SSD Review

Storage | 7th April 2015

Solid State Drives are quickly becoming as big as the data drives of old. We take a look at the latest in the Crucial range, the MX200. In a 1TB capacity!

38 Intel 750 Series NVME SSD Review

Intel 750 Series NVME SSD Review

Storage | 2nd April 2015

If you find that SSDs aren't quite fast enough for you, then Intel have unleashed a drive with speeds beyond our wildest dreams. If 500MB/s doesn't quite cut it, welcome to the world of NVM Express.

13 Samsung 850 EVO M.2 SATA SSD Review

Samsung 850 EVO M.2 SATA SSD Review

Storage | 31st March 2015

Samsung have taken their latest creation, the 3D V-NAND, and applied it to a M.2 socket SSD. How does it perform?

8 ASUS USB 3.1 Performance Review

ASUS USB 3.1 Performance Review

Storage | 26th March 2015

Today we're looking at the first motherboard that comes equipped with USB 3.1, the ASUS Z97-A. Does the extra bandwidth make a difference to storage speeds?

16 Crucial BX100 1TB SSD Review

Crucial BX100 1TB SSD Review

Storage | 25th February 2015

Once upon a time the idea of a 1TB SSD was the stuff of dreams. Today we look at Crucial's BX100 1TB SSD. Oh yes.

12 G.Skill Phoenix Blade 480GB PCIe SSD Review

G.Skill Phoenix Blade 480GB PCIe SSD Review

Storage | 7th January 2015

Fancy seeing exactly how much bandwidth you can squeeze out of a Solid State Drive without taking up a slot? G.Skill has the answer.

2 Sandisk Extreme Pro 480GB SSD Review

Sandisk Extreme Pro 480GB SSD Review

Storage | 20th October 2014

The latest iteration of the Sandisk Extreme SSD is here and we give it a quick spin.

11 Crucial MX100 512GB SSD Review

Crucial MX100 512GB SSD Review

Storage | 20th October 2014

The days of small, expensive, SSDs are long behind us and today we take a look at a very attractive SSD from Crucial, the MX100.

19 Corsair Force LX 128GB 256GB 512GB SSD Round up Review

Corsair Force LX 128GB 256GB 512GB SSD Round up Review

Storage | 19th July 2014

We take a look at Corsair's latest range of SSDs in all 3 of the sizes, with the 128GB starting at just £55!

1 Corsair Voyager Air 2 Review

Corsair Voyager Air 2 Review

Storage | 17th July 2014

Corsair have updated their wireless storage solution to version 2. We take a look.

6 Intel 730 Series 480GB Review

Intel 730 Series 480GB Review

Storage | 21st March 2014

Intel have combined their Enterprise technologies with desktop storage to produce the Intel 730 Series, and we take a look.

13 Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 512GB Review

Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 512GB Review

Storage | 1st July 2013

Today we're taking a look at the Kingston DT HyperX, a pen drive that rewrites the rules of what is possible.

6 Corsair Voyager Air 1TB Review

Corsair Voyager Air 1TB Review

Storage | 15th May 2013

Today we're looking at the Corsair Voyager Air with more tricks up its sleeve than a magician.

22 RAID for Rookies

RAID for Rookies

Storage | 6th February 2013

It is time to dispel the mystique around the previously perceived 'hardcore' hard-drive setups...

12 Samsung 840 Pro SSD Review

Samsung 840 Pro SSD Review

Storage | 21st December 2012

Today we're taking a look at the next generation of SSDs from Samsung, the 840 Pro.

16 Corsair Neutron GTX 240GB SSD Review

Corsair Neutron GTX 240GB SSD Review

Storage | 14th September 2012

The first SSD equipped with the LM87800 controller appears in our offices. How does it perform?

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0 Pioneer's New SATA DVD Writers

Pioneer's New SATA DVD Writers

Matthew Fogg | 2nd May 2007

Pioneer Europe today announces the availability of its new dynamic duo of DVD writers: the DVR-212 (beige-coloured bezel) and DVR-212BK (black-coloured bezel).

0 SilverStone Raid 5 Storage Solution SST-DS351 available

SilverStone Raid 5 Storage Solution SST-DS351 available

Matthew Fogg | 27th April 2007

The passive and low noise cooling and the perfect style for living room make the SST-DS351 to the ideal solution to increase the Storage capacity of your system.

1 New Kingston Technology 2GB microSD Dual Adapter Pack

New Kingston Technology 2GB microSD Dual Adapter Pack

Matthew Fogg | 25th April 2007

New Kingston Technology 2GB microSD Dual Adapter Pack Simplifies Mobile Flash Card Interoperability

3 Pioneer released BDC-S02 BluRay BD Combo Drive

Pioneer released BDC-S02 BluRay BD Combo Drive

Matthew Fogg | 19th April 2007

Pioneer released BDC-S02 BluRay BD Combo Drive at IDF Beijing

1 Seagate Prepping 1TB Barracuda

Seagate Prepping 1TB Barracuda

Matthew Fogg | 30th March 2007

The thousand gigabyte-per-disk era is almost upon us

3 IBM Develops Fastest Optical Chipset

IBM Develops Fastest Optical Chipset

Matthew Fogg | 28th March 2007

IBM has announced that it has developed a prototype optical transceiver chipset capable of reaching speeds at least eight times faster than optical components available today.

10 LG's Blu-ray, HD DVD Combo Drive

LG's Blu-ray, HD DVD Combo Drive

Matthew Fogg | 15th March 2007

LG has turned its efforts to creating an internal SATA combo drive for computers.

0 Seagate Delivers Industry's Strongest Security for ASI Laptop Computers

Seagate Delivers Industry's Strongest Security for ASI Laptop Computers

Matthew Fogg | 15th March 2007

Seagate today announced that Momentus 5400 FDE.2, the world’s strongest encrypting 2.5-inch notebook PC hard drive.

8 Super Talent Announces SATA SSD drives

Super Talent Announces SATA SSD drives

Matthew Fogg | 14th March 2007

Super Talent Technology has announced a range of solid state disk (SSD) drives with an industry standard Serial ATA (SATA) interface.

0 Intel Announces Solid State Drive

Intel Announces Solid State Drive

Mike Reilly | 12th March 2007

Intel has decided to enter a new market, Storage. With the announcement of their new storage device, the Intel Z-U130, they're hoping to wipe out all other portable storage. Read inside for more details.

1 Serial ATA Rev. 2.6 Spec Finalised

Serial ATA Rev. 2.6 Spec Finalised

Matthew Fogg | 7th March 2007

Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO), theconsortium dedicated to sustaining the quality, integrity and dissemination of SATA technology, today announced the availability of the Serial ATA Revision 2.6 specification.

8 Sony's Cut-Price Blu-Ray Player

Sony's Cut-Price Blu-Ray Player

Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007

Sony is apparently announcing a new, cheaper Blu-ray player.

0 Seagate Partnership To Explore The Market For Handheld DVR Tv Devices

Seagate Partnership To Explore The Market For Handheld DVR Tv Devices

Matthew Fogg | 19th February 2007

Seagate today announced co-operation with STMicroelectronics, to produce hard drive-based mobile devices that will let consumers receive, record and playback digital television.

5 Plextor's New Pocket-Sized DVD Burner

Plextor's New Pocket-Sized DVD Burner

Matthew Fogg | 16th February 2007

Plextor today announced the availability of a new compact DVD burner to date. The PX-608CU is less than 16 millimeters thick and weighs about 0.5 pounds.

6 Kingston Technology Launches microSD Dual Adapter Pack

Kingston Technology Launches microSD Dual Adapter Pack

Matt Kemp | 15th February 2007

Kingston Technology has launched a microSD Dual Adapter pack aimed at  maximising ease-of-use and flexibility for Mobile Flash Cards

1 SilverStone SST-MS04 Storage Solution with USB and Firewire connection

SilverStone SST-MS04 Storage Solution with USB and Firewire connection

Matthew Fogg | 9th February 2007

Silverstone release the SST-MS04, which is a harddrive based storage solution for easiest handling and maximum compatibility to a wide range of systems.

0 Pioneer's New Range Of 18X DVD Writers

Pioneer's New Range Of 18X DVD Writers

Matthew Fogg | 9th February 2007

Pioneer Europe today announces the availability of two new internal DVD writers. The DVR-112 multi-format drive and, the DVR-112D dual-format drive, integrate a wide range of technologies to optimise DVD writing.

5 Seagate Enables 'DAVE' Technology

Seagate Enables 'DAVE' Technology

Matthew Fogg | 31st January 2007

Adds gigabytes of wireless storage to mobile devices; will enable network operators to monetize investments in high-speed multimedia networks. Read on to find out more...

0 Kingston Unveils New DataTraveler - Enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost

Kingston Unveils New DataTraveler - Enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost

Matthew Fogg | 31st January 2007

Kingston Technology has released its new DataTraveler ReadyFlash USB 2.0 Flash drive - designed to support Microsoft Windows ReadyBoost technology.

0 Samsung Introduces 60GB Capacity 1.8-Inch Hard Drive

Samsung Introduces 60GB Capacity 1.8-Inch Hard Drive

Matthew Fogg | 26th January 2007

Samsung has announced its first 1.8-inch drive with a 60GB capacity as a part of the company's new line of N-series of HDDs. Read on to find out more...

0 Western Digital Releases Fix For Disappearing Drives

Western Digital Releases Fix For Disappearing Drives

Matthew Fogg | 25th January 2007

Western Digital quietly issued a firmware update on its web site that should be applied to the company's WDxxxxYS series of "Caviar SE16" SATA2 drives.

0 Blu-Ray Encrytion Cracked

Blu-Ray Encrytion Cracked

Mike Reilly | 25th January 2007

Just shortly after HD-DVD encryption was cracked, the same trickster is at it again, this time he's cracked Blu-Ray.

11 Fujitsu on the Way to 5TB Hard Drives

Fujitsu on the Way to 5TB Hard Drives

Mike Reilly | 19th January 2007

Fujistsu has figured out a way that will allow them to pack up to 5TB onto a single 3.5 HDD. This technology is not expected to be released soon, but it's on the path to even more capacity hard drives. Read inside for more.

11 Seagate Announces 2.5" HDD, 15,000 RPM

Seagate Announces 2.5" HDD, 15,000 RPM

Mike Reilly | 16th January 2007

Many hard drive manufacturers try to please their customers by offering higher capacity hard drives. Seagate has decided to take another route. Read inside for more.

7 Hitachi Explains Perpendicular Recording

Hitachi Explains Perpendicular Recording

Matthew Fogg | 16th January 2007

If you don't really understand the science behind perpendicular recording, then this article is for you. Read on to find out more...

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