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Storage | 5th August 2008
Can OCZ's latest SSD incarnation tempt you away from conventional drives? We put the Solid State Drive through it's paces in our latest storage review.
Storage | 17th July 2008
Today we place OCZ's 32GB Solid State Disk against the speedy Western Digital Velociraptor. How will they compare? Read on to find out...
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Mark Campbell | 28th July 2015
Mushkin has just launched their budget oriented Atlas Vital series of M.2 SSDs
Mark Campbell | 26th July 2015
SanDisk is planning to release datacentre-class 6TB and 8TB SSDs in 2016.
Mark Campbell | 6th July 2015
Samsung has just released 2 TB Variants of 850 Pro and 850 EVO SSDs
Storage | 29th January 2008
Looking for ways of accessing your HDD's externally and on the run? Scythe may have something of interest for you then...
Storage | 24th January 2008
The Scythe Quiet Drive promises to quieten and cool your hard drive.
Storage | 15th January 2008
Today, we take a look at the Ultra Stackables, a line of matching external enclosures, media readers, and usb hubs, offered by Ultra.
Storage | 7th October 2007
Today I take a look at the multi-function Trifecta SD card. With their expertise involved in making memory products, let's see what new features they've packed into this tiny slice of technology.
Storage | 28th August 2007
Kingston are one of the major brands when we talk about memory and flash memory. We take one of their 4GB Compact Flash careds for a spin and pit it against one of the fastest cards on the market. See how it does...
Daan van Monsjou | 3rd June 2015
Kingston has announced a new flash drive that supports both USB Type-A and Type-C connectors at Computex.
Mark Campbell | 2nd June 2015
Intel will use the USB Type-C connector for Thunderbolt 3.
Mark Campbell | 31st May 2015
Pricing for Windows 10 OEM has just been leaked.
Mark Campbell | 13th May 2015
The Blu-ray Disc Association has Completed the Ultra HD Blu-ray Specification.
Mark Campbell | 18th April 2015
We have just received word from MSI HQ that they are going to have a mini-SAS add-in cards for the M.2 slots so users can take advantage of new high-speed SSDs.
Mark Campbell | 10th April 2015
It looks like the PC retail version of GTA 5 will require you to use 7 disks. Would any of you want to see a transition to Blu- Ray disks or to stay on the aging DVD format.