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Archive for November 17th, 2018

PureOverclock Needs You! Recruiting More Volunteer Staff: News Hounds & Backup Editor

PureOverclock Needs You! PureOverclock.com is looking to recruit some additional staff! The site is growing and expanding quickly thanks to the steady leadership of Sandy and the amazing teamwork of all of our staff writers and reviewers. Because of that, we have a few roles on the site that need to be filled. We want to fill these roles with our favorite people, and that means you! Only PureOverclock.com members will do for our needs. First, we need a couple more News Hounds. Ryan has been doing a bang up job keeping up with the press releases, but we need some folks willing to do some custom content. Basically we need one or two folks with solid writing skills and the desire to share interesting news from across the web with us a few times throughout the week. It’s actually really easy if you have decent writing skills. Whenever a News Hound finds an interesting piece of news that they want to share with the rest of us, they just need to post an article with a picture and source link. We will even train them on how to use WordPress, which is also very easy. We only need 3-4 articles per week from both of them, so it should be a piece of cake! Second, we are looking for a Backup/Secondary Editor who can help edit reviews and news articles before publishing. This is obviously a bit more complicated work, and will require someone of considerable skill with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure and spelling. Your job will require finding all the errors in our review...



Super Talent Launches its Next Generation of PCIe SSDs, The RAIDDrive II Plus

Introduction In San Jose, California on February¬†17 , 2014 Super Talent Technology, announced its RAIDDrive II Plus PCIe SSD! The RAIDDrive II Plus is the next generation of PCIe SSDs developed by Super Talent. It delivers top of the line read/write speeds of up to 2600/3200 MB/s with the PCIe Gen.2 x8 lane host interface and utilizes a 1GB onboard DDR2 SDRAM cache with ECC protection. The RAIDDrive II Plus houses eight discrete SATA SSDs and comes in a custom form factor measuring 231.5 x 94.0 x 20.6 mm.   Capacity Part Number RAID 0 Part Number RAID 5 480 GB FP8480L4R0 FP8420L4R5 1 TB FP81T0L4R0 FP8840L4R5 2 TB (1.6TB RAID 5) FP82T0L4R0 FP81T6L4R5   The architecture of theRAIDDrive II Plus also provides a redundant flash image for adapter availability as well as NVRAM for RAID configurations and a transaction log. There is a system status indicator through a global HDD activity/fault connector, an alarm buzzer, SMTP support for email notifications, and SNMP support for remote management. Specifications Interface PCIe x8 Controller: Form Factor: PCIe (Gen2) Capacities: 480GB – 2TB NAND Flash: MLC Performance: (Access Time) 0.1ms Burst Speed: Read/Write (MB/sec) 2600/3200 RAID Function: 0/5 RAID Cache Size: 1GB Number of Port: 8 port Battery Backup: No (Optional) MTBF: >1,500,000 hrs Dimension: (mm) 231.5 x 94.0 x 20.6 Part Number: FP8xxxxxxx Data Sheet: RAIDDrive II Plus More information about the RAIDDrive II Plus can be found here. About Super Talent...



MSI GTX 750 Ti Twin Frozr Gaming Review

Today marks the launch of Maxwell, Nvidia's latest product architecture, set to take the budget-oriented market with better power efficiency and strong gaming performance at the lower end of the spectrum. We're specifically looking at the MSI GTX 750 Ti Twin Frozr Gaming, a card that comes with an aggressive factory overclock out of the box, and looking to trounce AMD's R7 260X. This card looks very promising on paper. And MSI looks to have put quite a bit of tech into the budget-oriented card, so let's take a closer look and get it on the bench to see if real world tests can fulfill Nvidia's aspirations.





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