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Storage | 16th March 2012
Famous for SD cards, SanDisk have placed their memory know-how into the world of Solid State Drives.
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.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Alex Myers | 28th October 2009
Highpoint are bringing out the first PCI-Express 2.0 cards supporting the new SATA standard.
Intel release SSD Toolbox with Intel SSD Optimizer Enabling Users to Maximize SSD Performance over Time
Alex Myers | 27th October 2009
Intel have brought out new software and a firmware update for their X25-M SSD's.
Peter Stoba | 22nd October 2009
South Korean based memory giant, Samsung have invested heavily in flash startup Fusion-io.
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?
Storage | 10th January 2011
Today we take a look at a Sandforce based SSD from Memory giants Patriot. Have the early problems been ironed out?
Storage | 16th November 2010
Synology are back with a refreshed range of NAS devices. How will they perform?
Storage | 2nd November 2010
Before SSDs there was the Western Digital VelociRaptor. With price per GB seemingly stable, it's time to revisit the HDD performance King.
Storage | 14th September 2010
At the end of last year we looked at the 64GB V+ and found it a superb SSD choice. How does its big brother fare at the end of 2010?
Storage | 1st August 2010
The OCZ Vertex was one of the first mega-performing SSDs. Does the Vertex 2 continue the lineage?
Storage | 24th June 2010
Mushkin enter the SSD arena with their Callisto lineup of MLC based drives.
Storage | 23rd June 2010
We all know that SSDs are blazingly fast. What would you get if you took an SSD and added SATA 6Gb/s support? Let's find out.
Storage | 13th May 2010
We take a look at a pair of Icy Box docking stations and compare E-SATA to USB3
Storage | 19th April 2010
Today we look at the latest high performance SSD from Corsair, the Nova. How does it do?
Storage | 31st March 2010
Carrying your personal data around on a USB drive may be convenient, but what happens when you loose it?
Storage | 26th February 2010
Today we have a look at two Solid State Drives from the Taiwanese company Silicon Power. Do they cut the mustard?
Storage | 22nd February 2010
Synology have just released their latest NAS aimed at the SMB market. But can it hold its own against a fully fledged file server?
Storage | 27th January 2010
With the ever growing need for digital storage, Synology have released a new 4 bay NAS solution for the home and small business user. Look inside to see if it checks all the boxes.
Storage | 6th January 2010
Today we look at the Crucial M225 128GB, a notebook replacement SSD.
Storage | 4th December 2009
The Kingston SSD Now V+ 64GB solid state drive comes through the OC3D Labs. Does it's value price tag mean value performance?
Peter Stoba | 19th October 2009
A value orientated SSD from Intel has been rumoured on the web.
Peter Stoba | 18th October 2009
The second version of the popular, tiny card reader from Kingston technology.
Peter Stoba | 14th October 2009
Corsair have announced some new Voyager GT USB flash drives.
Peter Stoba | 14th October 2009
A new firmware version for the Vertex range of solid state drives from OCZ.
Peter Stoba | 8th October 2009
The desktop version of the extremely fast PCI Express solid state drives have been announced.
Peter Stoba | 7th October 2009
Western Digital have introduced a new line of external hard drives, with e-label built in.
Peter Stoba | 6th October 2009
Super Talent and storage giant Toshiba launch a range co-branded of solid state drives.
Peter Stoba | 5th October 2009
Active media announce the 'Aviator' range of external USB 3.0 solid state drives.
Peter Stoba | 2nd October 2009
TDK plan to show off a 320GB disk based on blu-ray technology next week.
Peter Stoba | 28th September 2009
Buffalo have announced their first USB 3.0 external hard drive.
Peter Stoba | 25th September 2009
Freecom appear with the first consumer-based device to support the high speed bus.
Peter Stoba | 21st September 2009
Seagate have announced the Barracuda XT, which is the first SATA 6GB/s drive on the market.
Peter Stoba | 2nd September 2009
After the successful launch of the 5400RPM 2TB drive, we have faster variants!
Peter Stoba | 25th August 2009
Japanese manufacturer Elecom show off a new type of SSD that plugs straight into the SATA port.
Peter Stoba | 19th August 2009
ASRock have bundled in a SATA III card with their latest high end P55 motherboard.
Peter Stoba | 12th August 2009
OCZ colaborate with Indilinx to release new firmware with automatic garbage collection.
James Napier | 11th August 2009
Swapping your Hard Disk for an SSD is one thing. But transferring all of your data and OS? Well that's something else. Join us as we walk you through the process step-by-step.
Peter Stoba | 10th August 2009
This tiny usb drive is different from the rest though, it has a Micro SD card reader built in.
Peter Stoba | 10th August 2009
The roadmap of TDK, shows 3.2TB dekstop hard drives and 960GB latptop hard drives could be very near.
Peter Stoba | 7th August 2009
The new version of the already popular SSD is now ready to ship after a firmware fix.
Gaurang Shah | 27th July 2009
Western Digital today took a step ahead of competition by unveiling the world's first 1TB 2.5in HDD accompanied by a 750GB one.
Gaurang Shah | 21st July 2009
memory manufacturer Kingston has come up with a teeny weeny thumb drive that has a sizeable 256GB storage capacity.
Gaurang Shah | 20th July 2009
Intel has reportedly been working on its biggest SSD till date and the drive is all set to be launched next month.
Gaurang Shah | 15th July 2009
Hitachi Global Storage yesterday unveiled a duo of portable USB HDDs and a tiny NAS adaptor.
Gaurang Shah | 10th July 2009
The computing world is slowly leaning towards SSDs, but Samsung has bucked the trend to introduce a 1.8in hard drive.