Taking TLC NAND to new heights, Samsung's 840 EVO mSATA SSD's prove good things come in small packages. Let's see how they perform in RAID 0.
Today we examine what happens when you pair six powerful, light enterprise Seagate 600 Pro 200GB SSDs with Intel Haswell SATA III ports in RAID 0.
Samsung finally has something to worry about. Toshiba's Q Series Pro is an SSD that breaks the rules, and comes up as a Hyper-Class crown contender.
Affectionately dubbed the "Giant Killer", SuperSSpeed's S301 is the world's fastest 64GB SATA based SSD; thanks to its genuine Intel SLC flash.
Seagate's 600 series 480GB SSD is available in an elegantly designed, super-slim, 5mm configuration. Let's check out RAID 0 performance right now.
One of only three drives to date featuring emulated SLC technology, SanDisk's Extreme II is a Hyper-Class SSD geared toward the enthusiast crowd.
SanDisk's Ultra Plus 256GB SSD is powered by a little 4-channel controller, but is still capable of delivering awesome performance thanks to nCache.
Seagate's 600 series of SSDs offer affordability, performance and quality that gets even better in RAID 0. Let's check it out.
While not the newest drive on the block, Mushkin's Chronos Deluxe 240GB offers legendary LSI SandForce performance, at a price that is hard to beat.
Price, capacity, and most of all, performance. The Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500GB has it all, and it gets even better when we RAID a pair of them.
Two or more of SanDisk's Extreme II Hyper-Class 120GB SSD's and your Intel based motherboard is a cost effective way to experience RAID 0 bliss. Think of it as SLI for your storage.
OCZ's Vector 128GB is one of the highest performing drives on the market today in RAID 0. Now at under $1 per GB, it could be a setup to consider.
It's been quite a long time since we're published a RAID report. Today is Seagate's big day with four product categories emerging from under the covers. We ended up with a pair for 600 SSD 240GB drives...