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Hello, speedsters! OCZ Technology has just busted out a new trio of solid state solutions here at CES, so we won't waste any time getting down to business. Up first is the performance-oriented, MLC-based Vertex 3 Pro, which runs along quite hastily on the SATA 6Gbps interface. We're told that it's...

January 5th 2011 at 11:00pm 0 Comments
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For the past nine months, Intel's X25-M G2 has been the solid state drive to beat, and manufacture as it might, rival OCZ hasn't been able to mass produce a SSD capable of matching its fantastic all-around performance. The original Vertex 2 Pro might have done the trick, but the company scrapped it...

April 10th 2010 at 8:32am 0 Comments
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CeBIT gets going next month, but OCZ Technology's not waiting around for the show to begin. Instead, it's pushing out details on its swankest SSD ever ahead of time, which will hopefully make room for some fancy prototypes to take up space in Germany. The Sandforce-based Vertex Limited Edition (LE)...

February 19th 2010 at 1:01am 0 Comments
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OCZ has a thing for pumping out some pretty swank concepts at trade shows, and sure enough, the company's storming onto the CES floor with a number of drool-worthy introductions. Up first (and dearest to our hearts) is the ultrathin USB 3.0 external solid state drive, which offers up a 5Gb/sec tran...

January 6th 2010 at 12:01am 0 Comments
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Like clockwork, we've stumbled upon yet another updated SSD shootout almost a year to the day since the last one, and nearly two years since the first. Since 2008, we've seen OCZ introduce a new "garbage collection" algorithm for its Vertex Series 120GB SSD, Corsair introduce its P64 and PhotoFast...

September 2nd 2009 at 6:59am 0 Comments
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What's this? A solid state drive family with prices not hidden deep within telephone menu trees? Yep, OCZ Technology is so sure you'll be unable to resist the speed and agility packed within its Vertex series that it has proudly produced MSRPs to go along with 'em. The 2.5-inch SATA II crew is MLC...

December 11th 2008 at 7:07am 0 Comments