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SilverStone Raven RVS02 USB 3  .0 2.5  Enclosure Review @ APH - SilverStone Raven RVS02 USB 3 .0 2.5 Enclosure Review @ APH
Mon, Dec 26 2011 | 6:45PM | Filed under: Memory| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

In 1992, one of the world`s greatest events in automotive history was achieved with the production of the world`s fastest production road car, the McLaren F1. Such an achievement was described as the finest driving machine to may possibly be the fastest production road car the world will ever see. And to this day -- almost two decades later -- the car is still praised and respected by car enthusiasts around the globe. Now, as an avid fan of the automotive industry, I am not about to describe to you the engineering spectacles behind McLaren Automotive`s McLaren F1. However, I will tell you that the machine was built for the sole purpose of reaching ridiculous speeds on the road. How did they do this? Well, one way was to use extremely expensive materials like building the car with a carbon-fiber monocoque chassis -- the very first production car to have done this. Another way was to design a gearbox that could withstand the power and torque from the car`s engine. Heck, the F1 could also have been described as to have been stripped completely bare from the usually ordinary comforts in most cars like ABS and traction control. Today, from SilverStone, we may just have such a device on our hands -- the Raven RVS02 2.5 HDD enclosure. To my knowledge, not many enclosures incorporate a carbon fiber-like design. And much like the McLaren F1, it seems the Raven RVS02 also has been stripped from the usual comforts, making it extremely simple. However, one large question still remains. Does the Raven RVS02 outperform other USB 3.0 enclosures in speed? Read on to find out!"


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