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Toshiba launches 1TB SSD using TLC flash

Toshiba has unveiled its 1TB SSD this week, built using 15nm cell lithography as well as TLC flash. The SG5 SSD comes in the form of a 2.5-inch drive as well as an M.2 drive, this is part of Toshiba’s switch over from 19nm SSD devices to denser 15nm NAND …

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Sony is breaking in to the SSD market

We have seen plenty of companies flock to the SSD market in recent years and now there is a new member joining the ranks- Sony is set to break into the SSD market with its own line of SATA based drives. Technically, Sony has some experience with SSDs but it has …

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Toshiba launches largest-capacity 2.5-inch 3TB HDD

Toshiba Corp. has introduced the world’s highest-capacity 2.5” hard disk drive. The offering can hold 3TB of data and sets up a record, however, the drive may not be suitable for mainstream laptops. The Toshiba MQ03ABB300 hard disk drive with 3TB capacity is based on four perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) 750GB …

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Toshiba unveils enterprise 6TB HDD with 7200rpm spindle speed

Toshiba Corp. late on Thursday introduced its first 6TB enterprise-class hard disk drive with 7200rpm spindle speed. The new HDD will be a part of the MG04 family, which is specifically designed for midline and nearline business critical workloads, introduced earlier this year and features persistent write cache technology. Toshiba …

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Foremay announces 4TB, 8TB SSDs with Serial ATA-6Gb/s interface

Foremay, a maker of solid-state drives primarily known for special-purpose industrial and mission-critical drives, has announced the world’s first SSDs with 4TB and 8TB capacities with Serial ATA interface. The drives do not offer high performance, but those, who need ultra-high capacity solid-state storage will have to be satisfied with …

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Seagate debuts new SSHDs

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Seagate has announced a new line of hybrid drives, melding solid state technology with traditional hard drive platters, in a variety of sizes and shapes – making them applicable for both laptops as well as desktop PCs for those that don’t want to take the jump to a single SSD …

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ASRock 990FX Extreme9 Motherboard Review

ASRock’s latest addition to their 990FX series of AMD motherboards, the 990FX Extreme9, aims to occupy the company’s AM3+ top spot alongside the Fatal1ty Professional board. With premium power delivery components, compatibility with AMD’s 8 core PileDriver processors and support for 3-way SLI and CrossFire graphics configurations, the ASRock 990FX Extreme9 sports …

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Atari pile pressure on Apple, games removed from store

Iconic game maker Atari have been unhappy with software in the App Store which they say are illegal copies of their own classic titles. They have applied pressure on Apple to deal with situation and Apple are taking action according to AppleInsider. Apple have removed some titles from their App …

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Working around Sandy Bridge problem

But how safe is it? Intel doesn’t really do ‘Total Recalls’ like this. It’s scary stuff. The company that effectively made the global market for microprocessors is such a galactically huge corporation, with advanced R&D the like of which has never been seen before, that no one ever really expected …

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