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G.Skill Phoenix Pro 40GB & 120GB Solid State drives - PCstats.com G.Skill Phoenix Pro 40GB & 120GB Solid State drives
Wed, December 22 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
As SSDs grow in popularity, prices are gradually dropping for higher-end drives. It is now possible to buy one of these cutting edge 120GB storage devices for well under $250. One of the companies leading this charge towards increasing value for money is G.Skill and their newest Phoenix Pro series is looking to make a real impact upon the market.
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A-DATA N002 USB 3.0 and SATA II 128GB SSD Review - PCstats.com A-DATA N002 USB 3.0 and SATA II 128GB SSD Review
Tue, March 16 2010 | 9:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The interesting thing about the A-DATA N002 drive is it is one of the first USB 3.0 devices on the market, as well as a SATA drive. This opens possibilities for the end-user of using the N002 as an external USB 3.0 OR SATA to move files from one computer to another fast. The drive showed excellent performance across the spectrum of benchmarks that we use on both the USB and SATA interface, actually scoring higher than some of the other SSD drives we have tested. These are a good indication of sustained read and write performance across a wide variety of programs. A-DATA has taken the concept of the SSD drive and driven it with a new feature that allows it to be used on motherboards with USB 3.0 ports or an expansion card that adds it to the motherboard and does it well. The A-DATA N002 is not available online as of yet but gets a Hot Product award due to its excellent feature set and high performance. Look for it to sell in the $299.00 to $349.00 US price range.
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