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Thunderbolt 2: Ready for Windows with the ASUS ThunderboltEX II

Thunderbolt 2: Ready for Windows with the ASUS ThunderboltEX II

Today we take a close up look at the ASUS ThunderboltEX II and all the amazing performance that goes along with the new Thunderbolt 2 standard.

Thunderbolt - Do cables actually matter in Storage Applications?

Thunderbolt - Do cables actually matter in Storage Applications?

We explore the performance of various different Thunderbolt cables to see if they make any difference in storage application tests. Let's go!

TweakTown Interview with Alex Mei from OCZ Storage Solutions

TweakTown Interview with Alex Mei from OCZ Storage Solutions

This past week, we sat down with Alex Mei from OCZ Storage Solutions to discuss topics including past, present and OCZ's future as part of Toshiba.

SSD Consistency Testing - 18 Drives Tested for Real-World Performance

SSD Consistency Testing - 18 Drives Tested for Real-World Performance

With a new test in hand via Futuremark, we look at worst case and recovery performance to find real differences in SSD performance.

Thecus brings RAID 50 and RAID 60 to its NAS' - We check out the Performance Numbers

Thecus brings RAID 50 and RAID 60 to its NAS' - We check out the Performance Numbers

Two weeks before CES, Thecus announced RAID 50 and RAID 60 support. With one supported NAS in hand, Chris sees how the new RAID formats perform.

ASUS is ready for SATA Express - Early tech and performance preview

ASUS is ready for SATA Express - Early tech and performance preview

With SATA III limiting performance nowadays, SATA-I/O went to work designing the storage technology for the future, and now we have it to try out.

The State of Solid State 2013 Edition

The State of Solid State 2013 Edition

It's been two years since Chris released his signature series that covers the SSD market. Today he talks about OCZ, next-generation NAND and more.

TweakTown Best of Consumer Storage for 2013

TweakTown Best of Consumer Storage for 2013

Tyler takes us on a journey back checking out some of the best consumer storage devices for the year. Let's go!

Tiered Storage Setup for Consumers - Tips for boosting performance

Tiered Storage Setup for Consumers - Tips for boosting performance

Chris talks about why you should try to keep some data types off your SSD and why large programs should be installed on a mechanical hard drive.

Samsung 840 EVO Overview - New SSDs with Interesting Rapid Mode Cache

Samsung 840 EVO Overview - New SSDs with Interesting Rapid Mode Cache

With two new SSD drives on hand to review today, we're breaking the technology and software features out into a separate article. Let's discuss Samsung's 840 EVO.

The Great SSD Flash Shortage of 2013 - EOL 25nm, the pain and the future

The Great SSD Flash Shortage of 2013 - EOL 25nm, the pain and the future

Most SSD products with 25nm IMFT NAND are now end of life, but finding products with 20nm flash is difficult. Companies that traditionally used IMFT NAND are now turning to Toshiba and SanDisk to keep...

A look at SanDisk's Extreme II SSD Architecture

A look at SanDisk's Extreme II SSD Architecture

Today SanDisk launches a new flagship SSD for the enthusiast market. We'll have three reviews with performance data, but to start today out, let's take a look at what Extreme II has under the hood.

Bang for Your Buck: Best 256GB Class SSD's under $200

Bang for Your Buck: Best 256GB Class SSD's under $200

The best capacity size and the highest value, today Chris walks us through the best buys. Through extensive investigation, we uncover the fastest SSD's that give your computer a performance kick, not...

Seagate's 2013 Consumer and Enterprise SSD Product Overview

Seagate's 2013 Consumer and Enterprise SSD Product Overview

Seagate finally gives in and prepares to enter the consumer SSD market. At the same time, the company is extending their enterprise portfolio in an effort to catch up to competitors.

Kingston LSI SandForce B02 for Low Power SSD's - Power Consumption Investigation

Kingston LSI SandForce B02 for Low Power SSD's - Power Consumption Investigation

LSI SandForce announced the new B02 stepping several months ago. Now companies are starting to build hardware. SF-2281VB2 uses technologies introduced by LSI to reduce the power consumption of the successful...

Samsung 840 SSD Storage Endurance Testing - TLC to the End

Samsung 840 SSD Storage Endurance Testing - TLC to the End

Today we start on an adventure. Despite reviewer's claims, Samsung has never stated the endurance life of its new TLC NAND flash used in the new 840 SSD. We're going to find out just how many program...

LSI SandForce 5 Series SSD Firmware - TRIM Lost and Found, Performance Investigated

LSI SandForce 5 Series SSD Firmware - TRIM Lost and Found, Performance Investigated

If you've bought an SSD in the last five months or updated your firmware, you need to read this article. Chris concludes a quest he started exactly five months ago and is now ready to guide you to higher...

LSI Evolves to PCI Express 3.0 - New Products Announced

LSI Evolves to PCI Express 3.0 - New Products Announced

LSI discusses several new products that make the leap to PCIe 3.0, unlocking bandwidth on RAID controllers and improving IOPS performance on HBAs.

Kingston Factory Tour - Making of an SSD from Start to Finish

Kingston Factory Tour - Making of an SSD from Start to Finish

Kingston invited us exclusively into its Taiwan factory and we see the process of making an SSD from start to finish.

LSI Nytro Product Family Overview - New WarpDrive XD Revealed and more

LSI Nytro Product Family Overview - New WarpDrive XD Revealed and more

What we dubbed as the LSI WarpCache has been revealed. LSI didn't use our product name, but instead went with Nytro WarpDrive. See it and the rest of the Nytro family of products right here.

To Hell with their Cloud. Build your own Today!

To Hell with their Cloud. Build your own Today!

We keep hearing about how the Cloud will do this and it will do that - so on and so on. Let's ignore future tense and see what it does right now!

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