Intel adds a heatsink to its speedy Optane 905P SSDs.
If you're ready to jump on the PCIe 4.0 SSD bandwagon, we have some nice 1TB deals that will surely interest you.
Adata has detailed a new M.2 drive, the SX8100, using PCIe 3.0 x4 and NVMe 1.3 protocols with speeds up to 3500/3000 MB/s reads and writes.
Biostar's S120 SSDs offer sequential read and write speeds up to 550 MBps and 520 MBps, respectively.
Samsung announced it had developed the industry's first Key Value SSD that is compliant with the new open standard for KV SSDs, which can significantly reduce CPU overhead for storage workloads
The SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD is on sale for some its lowest prices ever: 500GB - 2TB for up to 60% off.
The manufacturer is coming back with a vengeance with a new line of SSDs in the form of the SuperCore series.
Now that AMD's Ryzen 3000 series chips have brought support for PCIe 4.0 to the desktop, the race is on for new, faster SSDs.
The Samsung PM1733 boasts sequential and random reads up to 8 GB/s and 1,500,000 IOPS, respectively.
Toshiba's new RD500 and RC500 M.2 NVMe SSDs focus heavily on delivering the best performance for gamers.
Innodisk launches Fire Shield SSD that's capable of tolerating temperatures of up to 800 degrees Celsius.
Team Group's new Cardea Liquid M.2 PCIe SSD features a self-cooling design that can lower operating temperatures by up to 10 degrees Celsius.
It's not the fastest SSD around, but if you're looking for a roomy budget drive or something to house your Steam library.
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