As you all know we reviewed the Verbatim Sata III 120GB SSD awhile back and it received our Editors Choice Award. Well, Verbatim has a sale going on right now, where you can buy their Sata III 120GB SSD for only $74.99
Just click on this link: Wireless Daily Deal, 1 Sale A Day and...
For those who still crave performance but don't have the loftier budgets to always satisfy those wants, can the VisionTek GoDrive stand up as a solid contender and alternative? Let's get to it and find out.
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Installed the OCZ 120FB Agility 3 drive into my LanPC and here is the bench, Scored just slightly higher then my Force 3 but performance is about the same for both drives.
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Previous installed SSD was the Corsair Force 3 120GB
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The SanDisk Extreme 120GB SATA II SSD has a new NAND configuration and Firmware, along with SanDisk's unique flash know-how, have produced a beast of a drive and it's also inexpensive now for the very affordable price of $160.
Click SanDisk Extreme 120GB SATA III for the full review.
As we saw recently in our Kingston SSDNow V+ 200 single drive review, this SandForce drive performed admirably. But what happens when we pair up two in RAID 0? Strap in, you're about to see some serious speed.
Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1452.html for the full review.
Today we will be taking a close look at a cost effective drive offering from Kingston, the SSDNow V+200 120GB SATA III drive. The Primary reason for the lower cost is Kingston’s choice of asynchronous (Async) NAND flash memory.
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We're looking at the enthusiast drive offering from ADATA, the S511 120GB SATA III drive. This drive uses more expensive synchronous NAND than its sibling we recently reviewed the S510, but it comes with a very attractive price tag. Can is live up to our standards?
We're looking at the cost effective drive offering from ADATA, the S510 120GB SATA III drive. Currently retailing for about $160, the primary reason for the lower cost is ADATA’s choice of asynchronous (Async) NAND flash memory. But what about performance? Let's find out.
Solid-State Hard Drive has been launched for years and performance is satisfied with most users.
In the past, it’s limited with SATA2 3Gb/s bandwidth, so the SSD performance hadn’t been improved for years.
SSD max performance in the past few years was just over 200MB/s.
During that time, there...
Today we're looking at another SandForce SSD, the Mushkin Callisto Deluxe 120GB. The Callisto Deluxe looks to offer the same killer performance as its competitors, but more importantly it comes with an extremely impressive price tag at only $269. Frankly, we're shocked at such an amazing...
The new SandForce drives offer killer performance, even leaving the Indilinx drives in the dust. Normally such performance boosts come with a very hefty premium, but that's not happening for the most part, but especially with the G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB. We have a drive here that is crazy fast...
Recently the SandForce-based SSDs have been making waves with their killer performance numbers, and today we're looking at a horse of a different colour, so to speak. The OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 120GB SSD certainly does come in a unique colour, but under the hood it packs the same horsepower...