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Review of Kingston HyperX 3K 240GB SSD

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Kingston built its reputation on its memory and flash storage technology. This knowledge and experience has help make their SSD (solid state drives) some of the best performing ones on the market. Their first enthusiast based SSD the HyperX was…

Review of HyperX SSD 240GB Upgrade Bundle Kit

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Kingston’s HyperX moniker has always been assigned to their performance products whether it is computer memory or USB drives. Now you can add SSDs to that naming convention as they have released the HyperX SSD, a performance based drive geared…

Review of HyperX MAX 3.0 128gb Portable USB 3.0 SSD

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This past month’s release of Intel’s Sandy Bridge platform will help build the USB 3.0 user base since this interface comes installed in most motherboards designed for this new CPU. Since USB 3.0 features transfer rates up to 4.8Gbps there…

Review of Kingston SSDNow V+ Drive 128GB SSD

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As Solid State Drive (SSD) technology continues to mature their adoption rates increases making them more prevalent. PC manufacturers now offer SSDs as installation options in both Desktops and Laptops configurations; an expensive option but still an option. One way…

Review of OCZ Vertex 2 E 120GB SSD

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Over the past year or so I’ve taken a look at a few Solid State Drives or SSDs as they’re called and I’ve been impressed with them, as I rightly should be. Today for review I’ve got another SSD drive…

RunCore 64GB Pro IV 70mm PCI-e SATA Solid State Drive SSD

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The Asus EeePC 900a is a great little netbook with one big flaw, it comes with a tiny little 4gb SSD drive that is very slow. Actually there’s two flaws, the second would be how Asus handled the updates of the operating system, they’re automatic and they fill that tiny SSD to the point where the system slows to a crawl. The OS that is on the SSD is ok for just messing around, but let’s face it, most everything is Windows and to be any kind of productive with the EeePC you’ll need to install Windows on it. This isn’t a Linux vs Windows or even vs Mac rant, so I don’t want to hear about it, this is a review of the Runcore 64gb SSD for the EeePC 900a that will turn that little netbook into not only a speed demon, but something that can be a more productive machine.

OCZ Agility Series SATA II 2.5" 60GB SSD

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The Solid State Disk or SSD is here to stay, they are the future of storage. I see them eventually almost fully replacing the mechanical hard disk. They use less power, they make no noise, they’re much more durable and…