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ADATA S596 128GB JMicron JMF612 SSD Review - PCstats.com ADATA S596 128GB JMicron JMF612 SSD Review
Thu, June 24 2010 | 2:26AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"After provisioning and the nominal space set aside by Windows, we see the yield left for user space on the ADATA S596 is about 112GB which is not unusual for a drive with 128GB of onboard NAND. Provisioning assists with performance preservation and drive maintenance such as using these as replacements for blocks that eventually go bad. Performance on the ADATA S596 is actually a little better than we expected as it generally posted better results than other JMicron drives we have tested and rivaled drives with other controllers in some tests..."
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XFX GTS 250 Video Card - PCstats.com XFX GTS 250 Video Card
Mon, June 01 2009 | 6:33PM | PermaLink Feedback?
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"Since launching the GTX 200 core one year ago, nVidia have continued to enhance and develop their existing 9000 series, refining the G92 core that began life in the latter part of their 8th generation cards. But other than the fact that prices continue to fall as newer, faster revisions of chips are created, and you can now get a GTX 260 for less than half the price it launched at last year, there have been no new mid-range or low-end cards introduced to round out the bottom of the 200 series model line. Instead we've seen such cards appear as the 9600GSO, 9800GTX and 9800GTX+ to take up these slots. It seems nVidia decided it's time for a new naming convention, and has basically re-released the 9800 GTX+ rebranded as the GTS 250. Let's have a closer look at one of these new cards, the XFX GTS 250, and see if there's anything else to the new name."
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