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Storage | 21st December 2012
Today we're taking a look at the next generation of SSDs from Samsung, the 840 Pro.
Storage | 14th September 2012
The first SSD equipped with the LM87800 controller appears in our offices. How does it perform?
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
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.
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.
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...
Storage | 27th February 2012
As we bring a new benchmark to the OC3D suite of testing, we thought we'd give you a quick run through of some popular SSDs.
Storage | 4th January 2012
What happens if you take one of the fastest SSDs on the market, the Corsair Force GT, and pair two up in RAID0? The quest for 1GB/s begins...
Storage | 5th December 2011
Samsung provide the NAND chips for nearly all the SSDs on the market. Cutting out the middle-man we look at a Samsung branded model.
Storage | 19th August 2011
Hot on the heels of the successful C300, Crucial have released the M4, a 6Gbp/s speedster.
Storage | 3rd August 2011
Kingston have emblazoned their Hyper X branding upon a new line of SATAIII SSDs. Do they live up to the name?
Matt Kemp | 12th January 2007
It seems that Sony don't want any smut on their format, so the Porn industry will be going HD-DVD. The end for BlueRay as we know it?
Mike Reilly | 12th January 2007
PQI has released a HUGE (Pun intended), SSD SATA Hard Drive. Pics and more info inside...
Matthew Fogg | 10th January 2007
Today Seagate Technology announced the launch of its FreeAgent family of data movers, which are set to shake up the consumer market. Interested? Feel free to read on about them in the news article...
Matthew Fogg | 8th January 2007
Looking to the future we can expect HDD in the vicinity of 300TB; according to Seagate anyway. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 3rd January 2007
Samsung said that it has begun sampling of 50 nm NAND flash memory chips that are required to build the long announced 32 GB 2.5 GB solid state disk (SSD). Read on to find out more.
Matthew Fogg | 2nd January 2007
Intel's upcoming Santa Rosa platform for Notebooks employs something known by its code name as the "Robson" module, that incorporates NAND Flash in a solid state disk-cache design. Read about it here...