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Solid-state drives are the latest and highest performing storage technology. We have all the information you need, from prices to speeds to reliability, in order to help you choose the right ssd for your needs.

reviews - SEPTEMBER 6 19

We got our hands on an early sample of SanDisk's A110 SSD. So what? Big deal? Not a chance. This thing is PCI Express-attached and sports the new M.2 edge connector. Read on to learn more about the next...

news - AUGUST 26 2

At this year's Flash Memory Summit, LSI Corporation demonstrated a number of SandForce flash controller innovations, specifically the company's new SHIELD ECC technology.

news - AUGUST 24 2

Goodram's new range of C Series SSDs are consumer-grade drives that are "dedicated for demanding users who are looking for a combination of performance and value."

news - AUGUST 23 6

Corsair’s LS Series of solid state drives feature a 7 mm thickness, Toshiba 19 nm NAND flash and Philson SATA 6 Gb/s controllers.

news - AUGUST 22 1

Adata has announced its new lineup of Premier Pro SP310 mSATA SSDs.

news - AUGUST 20 4

Mushkin has announced its Ventura Ultra flash drives, which are powered by a SandForce controller and run over a USB 3.0 interface.

news - AUGUST 20 6

MyDigitalSSD is releasing a new lineup of caching SSDs.

news - AUGUST 19 10

Mushkin has formally announced its Scorpion Deluxe lineup of PCIe-based SSDs.

news - AUGUST 16 4

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reviews - AUGUST 12 9

Silicon Motion already makes flash storage controllers in all shapes and sizes. Now, with a new SATA 6Gb/s processor ready for action, the Taiwanese firm is hoping to make a dent in the market share currently...

reviews - AUGUST 9 39

The theme of this year's Samsung SSD Global Summit, in Seoul, Korea, was SSDs For Everyone. More than 100 journalists from around the world showed up for this one-of-a-kind event, where we got a taste of the...

reviews - AUGUST 7 29

Micron's consumer products division, Crucial, wasn't the first brand to introduce a 1 TB SSD. But it was the first to sell one for less than a fortune, and it sports some snazzy new features to boot. We got our...

news - JULY 31 25

The Asus ROG RAIDR Express is aimed at “hardcore gamers and PC enthusiasts demanding a more reliable computer experience.”

news - JULY 29 12

Ask Samsung anything you've ever wondered about its storage and memory products.

reviews - JULY 26 13

The ATA interface standard's TRIM command helps SSDs write faster and live longer. But if you own a Mac, you can only enable it with an OEM drive installed. A freeware tool turns TRIM on for aftermarket SSDs,...

reviews - JULY 25 64

Last week, Samsung unveiled a successor to its wildly popular 840 at the company's Global SSD Summit in Seoul, South Korea. Stacked with a series of new features and 19 nm, three-bit-per-cell NAND, we benchmark...

news - JULY 19 17

These SD cards are compliant with UHS-II.

news - JULY 18 17

Samsung has a hot new SSD in its stable.

reviews - JULY 11 134

A minor hardware upgrade can have a major impact. Adding RAM to your PC may help cut back on writes to your SSD, potentially increasing its lifespan. In fact, our benchmarks reveal up to a 63% reduction with 16...

news - JULY 8 2

BIWIN has announced yet another new SSD lineup, the H6201s.

news - JULY 5 13

The first commercially available NGFF SSD has been spotted inside a Lenovo laptop.

news - JULY 3 4

Intel’s 530 series SSDs will feature 20 nm MLC NAND and will be available in a variety of capacities and form factors.

reviews - JULY 2 12

SanDisk's Ultra Plus replaces the company's older SATA 3Gb/s SandForce-based Ultra with something a bit more modern, and with a budget-oriented price tag. We test all three capacities to see if the entry-level...

news - JUNE 25 2

BIWIN has announced a new SSD, the C8386 unit. This series of SSDs are said to come with power failure protection, which is supposed to protect the data through means of monitoring the power input.

news - JUNE 25 6

Western Digital has offered to acquire sTec Inc. for around $340 million USD.

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