If you can't beat them, undercut them on price. Intel plans to do just that with the first TLC-based NVMe M.2 SSD to hit the market. The new 600p Series ships in three low-cost capacities, and a 1TB drive will join them, but endurance is a sticking point.
Rosewill proves it’s possible to fit big cooling and big motherboards into a mid-sized case, and even classes it up a little with tempered glass panels. We check out its details before comparing its performance to two strategically matched competitors.
The highest-end member of Thermaltake's Toughpower SFX Gold line is on our test bench today. It offers Gold efficiency, modular cabling, and a semi-passive fan mode. Thanks to its 600 W capacity, you can easily build a powerful system with it.
Toshiba breaks the cycle of consumer SSDs shipping with 3-bit per cell (TLC) flash. The new VX500 may be the last consumer SSD with MLC flash on the SATA bus. One last hurrah for old-times sake, or one of the best SATA SSDs ever released?
The rumor mill is buzzing about a TLC-powered successor to the 950 Pro NVMe SSD with 3D NAND. Samsung’s PM961 OEM SSD could be the low-cost 960 EVO that may predict will come to market soon, let’s take a closer look.
Gamers seeking high pixel density may want to check out the Asus MG24UQ. It’s a 24-inch IPS panel with FreeSync, Ultra HD and a shockingly low price. We’re running it through our benchmark and gaming tests today.
In-the-know cooling enthusiast use thick radiators and fan sandwich configurations to boost cooling without altering a case. What happens when a value cooling brand leverages both of these concepts into a 120x240mm, sub-$100, closed-loop kit?
Patriot brings the first M.2 Phison PS5007-E7 SSD to market with its new Hellfire products. The SSDs usher in a new era for NVMe-based products with a low price point that might sway users to move beyond SATA.