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The WD Blue SN550 is the latest (2020) variety in Western Digital's Blue range of M.2 SSDs. It replaces last year's SN500, which was only available in 250GB ...

With the launch of AMD's B550 chipset, PCI Express 4.0 has finally gone mainstream. There are plenty of B550 boards to choose from, including some ...

Just over 8 years ago I quoted this study, which outlined "The Bleak Future of NAND Flash Memory". It centered around the phenomenon that, as density increases ...

The RTX 2060 Super (or RTX 2060S for short) has the same architecture as the regular 2060 but it comes with more video memory (VRAM), higher clock speeds and ...

The evolution of SSDs differs a great deal from that of other key components, such as CPUs and GPUs. In those and other areas, we are used to a steady march ...

This isn't the most exciting SSD you can get your hands on for testing, and it certainly isn't among the fastest. What makes the Kingston A400 series ...

There are several alternatives available that will move your OS to a new location, e.g. from a mechanical hard drive to an SSD. Several manufacturers include ...

While the next SATA standard, SATA Express, is on the horizon, it is not ready for prime time just yet. Meanwhile, the SATA 6 GBps interface is largely ...

Intel's current Sandy Bridge platform added SATA 3 (6Gbps) support for laptops, allowing laptop users to take advantage of the improved interface bandwidth and ...

Crucial's m4 series is also frequently (and correctly) referred to as the RealSSD C400. The difference is in name only – Crucial is Micron's consumer brand ...

SSDs based on the SandForce SF-1200 controller are practically dominating the market right now - and for good reason. SandForce drives are about as reliable as ...

Today we'll have a look at OCZ's Vertex 2 SSD. As the '2' in the name implies it is, of course, a follow-up to the original Vertex, which was developed to ...

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