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Storage | 6th February 2013
It is time to dispel the mystique around the previously perceived 'hardcore' hard-drive setups...
Storage | 21st December 2012
Today we're taking a look at the next generation of SSDs from Samsung, the 840 Pro.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Matthew Fogg | 21st May 2007
LG Electronics has launched its new line-up of high speed optical DVD rewriters to the UK.
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.
Matthew Fogg | 8th May 2007
Pioneer's new Blu-ray 'Combo' drive for PCs were launched today.
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.
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.
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.
Matthew Fogg | 25th April 2007
New Kingston Technology 2GB microSD Dual Adapter Pack Simplifies Mobile Flash Card Interoperability
Matthew Fogg | 19th April 2007
Pioneer released BDC-S02 BluRay BD Combo Drive at IDF Beijing
Matthew Fogg | 30th March 2007
The thousand gigabyte-per-disk era is almost upon us
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.
Matthew Fogg | 15th March 2007
LG has turned its efforts to creating an internal SATA combo drive for computers.