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MSI has tweaked performance (for the better) since we first saw the Spatium M570 Pro in January.
TeamGroup has prepared three new active cooled heatsinks for M.2 SSDs and it will showcase them at Computex next week.
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TeamGroup announces T-Force Z54A SSD with InnoGrit IG5666 controller hitting 14.3 GB/s reads and 11.5 GB/s writes.
For a storage medium said to be dying, tape is looking pretty good.
Kioxia BG6 SSDs offer a leg-up in speed and capacity compared to the previous gen BG5 devices, with speeds up to 6.0 GB/s and capacities up to 2 TB.
Adata has revealed a new self-contained twin-fan liquid-cooled M.2 SSD dubbed Project NeonStorm.
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WD says that it is readying a firmware fix for a frightening SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD sudden failure issue, but it only mentions updates for 4TB users.
Sabrent launches its new Q line of M.2 2230 NVMe Gen4 SSDs which will appeal to users of devices like the Steam Deck, ROG Ally and Surface.
Solidigm's D5-P5430 datacenter drives use 3D QLC NAND, but does not compromise endurance or performance.
Micron introduced its 6500 ION data center SSDs for mainstream workloads and the new XTR series for write intensive applications.
Patriot will be showcasing a super fast 12.4 GB/s Viper PV553 PCIe Gen5 x4 SSD at Computex alongside refreshed Gen4 drives, plus new DDR5 memory and peripherals.
Kioxia and Western Digital advance merger talks as prices and demand for flash memory fall.
MSI's Spatium M480 Pro may be the world's fastest PCIe Gen4 SSD available, now or ever.
Latest tests show that Crucial’s T700 PCIe 5.0 SSD throttles, as it’s supposed, to when temperatures get out of hand.
Sabrent’s Rocket 2230 SSD receives a $50 discount off its retail price tag.
Publications Phoronix and TechPowerUp share their experience running Corsair's MP700 PCIe 5.0 SSD without a cooler.
Pure Storage exec predicts the demise of the HDD industry by 2028, but such a rapid decline might simply be wishful thinking by the flash-centric firm.