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8 Silicon Power E10 and M10 SSDs

Silicon Power E10 and M10 SSDs

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?

0 Synology DS710+ 2-bay All-in-1 NAS Server

Synology DS710+ 2-bay All-in-1 NAS Server

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?

2 Synology DS410j NAS Station

Synology DS410j NAS Station

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.

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OC3D Articles ›› Storage

1 OCZ Summit SSDs Receive TRIM Support

OCZ Summit SSDs Receive TRIM Support

Milind Chidrawar | 22nd December 2009

OCZ's latest firmware update for the Summit SSD family enables vital feature.

0 Western Digital squeeze extra space from HDD's

Western Digital squeeze extra space from HDD's

Zainul Dhalla | 15th December 2009

New 'Advanced Format' to boost storage space by 7-11%

1 Synology launch two disk stations

Synology launch two disk stations

Bryan Waters | 26th November 2009

Synology have announced two RAID solutions for the home and small business markets

12 OCZ announce 3.5" Colossus SSDs

OCZ announce 3.5" Colossus SSDs

Bryan Waters | 18th November 2009

Available in capacities up to 1TB!

23 Crucial M225 128GB

Crucial M225 128GB

Storage | 6th January 2010

Today we look at the Crucial M225 128GB, a notebook replacement SSD.

14 Kingston SSDNow V+ 64GB

Kingston SSDNow V+ 64GB

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?

4 Apacer AC202 External Hard Drive

Apacer AC202 External Hard Drive

Storage | 5th November 2009

Looking for a way to carry large amounts of data around, without the cost of USB flash drives? Newcomers to the land of OC3D, Apacer, may have the answer...

9 Asus PCIe GEN2 SATA6G expansion card

Asus PCIe GEN2 SATA6G expansion card

Storage | 31st October 2009

With no SATA 6G support forthcoming on Intel based motherboards, Asus have made their own card which supports this feature. See how well the card performs in our latest review...

9 Super Talent 128GB SATA II SSD

Super Talent 128GB SATA II SSD

Storage | 25th September 2009

Is the noise of your current HDD driving you mad? Thinking of buying an SSD but dont know which to get? Perhaps Super Talents FTM28GX25H could be what your looking for. Read on to find out.

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1 OCZ next-gen SSDs to utilise SandForce

OCZ next-gen SSDs to utilise SandForce

Bryan Waters | 11th November 2009

The next generation of OCZ Solid State Drives will be using SandForce processors. Read more inside

0 Corsair announce new Flash Survivor GT

Corsair announce new Flash Survivor GT

Bryan Waters | 11th November 2009

Corsair announce two high capacity flash drives in their rugged Survivor GT series

2 Western Digital enter the Enterprise HDD market with 2.5" S25 SAS drive

Western Digital enter the Enterprise HDD market with 2.5" S25 SAS drive

Alex Myers | 4th November 2009

Western Digital have unveiled the WD S25, their first foray into the traditional enterprise storage market.

10 ASUS first to show off a combined USB3/6Gb SATA card

ASUS first to show off a combined USB3/6Gb SATA card

Alex Myers | 31st October 2009

ASUS' new U3S6 Card has been spottted, offering both the new high speed interfaces in one unit.

8 Crucial release new firmware for M225 SSDs, supporting TRIM

Crucial release new firmware for M225 SSDs, supporting TRIM

Alex Myers | 30th October 2009

Crucial have released a new firmware update for their M225 SSDs supporting TRIM, lets hope it works out better than Intel's update did.

0 Intel and Numonyx Achieve Research Milestone in Phase Change Memory Technology

Intel and Numonyx Achieve Research Milestone in Phase Change Memory Technology

Alex Myers | 29th October 2009

It's very early days, but it's good to see Intel working on a new memory technology

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