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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
Thu, November 25 2010 | 8:31PM | PermaLink Feedback?
It feels as though it has been ages since we first looked at X58 socket LGA1366 and P55 socket LGA1156 motherboards. The beefed up X58 and P55 motherboards pushed our Core i3, i5 and i7 CPUs to unbelievable speeds. With the release of Sandy Bridge just around the corner, GIGABYTE sent us their latest motherboard, tailored for the LGA1155 Sandy Bridge platform. The GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD7 will be GIGABYTE's flagship motherboard, competing with ASUS' Maximus IV Extreme and MSI's P67A-GD65 till the release of the next generation LGA2011 socket motherboards. We are expecting the board to launch in 2011, early January. In the past, GIGABYTE has included features such as Ultra Durable 3, ON/OFF Charge and 333 Onboard Acceleration on their boards with great success. It appears that GIGABYTE is continuing this trend on the entry level motherboards as well as the top of the line P67A-UD7, and staying with the features that have brought their products such acclaim.
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HighPoint SATA 6Gb/s Series Delivers Over 350MB/s SSD Performance - HighPoint SATA 6Gb/s Series Delivers Over 350MB/s SSD Performance
Fri, March 19 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
HighPoint is announcing a performance breakthrough from the HighPoint SATA 6Gb/s series with over 350MB/s throughput on a single 6Gb/s SSD drive. SSD drive technology has transformed computers into high performance machines by dramatically accelerating boot drive speed and application load times. The HighPoint SATA 6Gb/s series delivers the highest performance for a single SSD drive.

The HighPoint SATA 6Gb/s series bandwidth has cleared the bottlenecks that have limited SSD speeds and push performance levels into a new range. Performance is no longer held back by the SATA 3Gbps protocol. The native SATA 6Gb/s interface and PCI-Express 2.0 bus technology doubles the I/O bandwidth to fully maximize SSD drive speeds to reach the highest possible performance.

The review of HighPoint SATA 6Gb/s series ground breaking performance with over 350MB/s throughput on a single SSD drive is at review site (

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