"IMFT" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 11 items for the tag: IMFT
Micron calls it quits on IMFT - Intel not shaken
IMFT split timeline set - Micron and Intel steer different directions.
Intel 750 400GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 AIC SSD Review
Intel's 750 SSD ushered in the era of consumer NVMe storage. Affordably priced and poised to take your PC to the next level, it could be your next upgrade.
Crucial BX100 500GB SSD Review
Crucial is aiming for those of you who have yet to take the SSD plunge. Is the BX100 ho-hum, or does it have a little magic under the hood?
Crucial MX200 500GB SSD Review
Crucial's newest SSD is slated to replace their best bang for the buck MX100. However, is the MX200 a worthy replacement?
Intel 750 1.2TB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 AIC SSD Review
Intel is first to penetrate the consumer space with NVMe. The new 750 NVMe PCIe SSD promises to revolutionize SSD performance; and yes - it's bootable.
Crucial MX200 500GB 2-Drive SSD RAID Report
Crucial's MX200 has launched as a replacement for their awesome performing, low cost, mid-level MX100. The MX200 promises better performance.
PNY Optima 240GB 2-Drive SSD RAID Report
PNY's Optima SSD offers a super low-cost SSD solution that makes it easy for anyone to live life in the fast lane. Here's our look at its RAID performance.
Micron P320h PCIe Enterprise SSD Review
With its superb performance and unbelievable endurance, Micron continues its assault on the enterprise SSD space with the Micron P320h. This SLC-driven beast features 50PB of endurance and the highest...
Micron RealSSD P400E Five Drive JBOD Enterprise Report
We take five Micron P400E SSDs for a spin. With the value conscious read-centric enterprise storage segment rapidly expanding, Micron brings the P400E forward as the solution for entry-level enterprise...
Plextor PX-M5S 256GB Solid State Drive Review
Plextor skips M4 and jumps straight to the M5 Series. The first product in this new series brings IMFT flash in and with it we should see a lower price.
Strontium Gamma Series 115GB Solid State Drive Review
The new kid on the block from Singapore, Strontium has come to show how it's done.