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HighPoint SSD7101 SSD Review - Tom's Hardware
NVMe SSDs are already fast, but HighPoint chose the fastest on the market and partnered with Samsung to use the 960 Pro and 960 EVO. Every loaded SKU delivers at least 13,000 MB/s of sequential read performance. Sequential write performance spans from 6,000 MB/s on the low end, and up to 8,000 MB/s on the high end. These numbers are fairly conservative, but what's a thousand or so megabytes per second when you're dealing with this much throughput?
ssd  storage  gadgetluv 
2 days ago by jasonsamuels
Wipe, Delete, and Securely Destroy Your Hard Drive’s Data the Easy Way
This method is working for me on an old PC laptop. I did not have any luck using Pendrivelinux to make the bootable USB, but Rufus seemed to work just fine. Am using it to zero out some 2TB WD Green disks that I will be selling. That takes almost 40 hours to do one drive.

I have the drive in a 3.5" Icy Box USB thing and have to keep it off until DBAN is loading from the USB stick, or it will throw an error.
hdd  ssd 
4 days ago by EsbenH
Western Digital Stuns Storage Industry with MAMR Breakthrough for Next-Gen HDDs
Yesterday, Western Digital announced a breakthrough in microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) that completely took the storage industry by surprise. The takeaway was that Western Digital would be using MAMR instead of HAMR for driving up hard drive capacities over the next decade. Before going into the specifics, it is beneficial to have some background on the motivation behind MAMR.
ssd  hdd  mamr 
8 days ago by nmcbean
Toshiba TR200 SSD Review - Tom's Hardware
There is a little more to the statement, but it says that the TR200 will be Toshiba's only new retail SATA SSD in 2017. The TR200 is a low-performance DRAMless model, so the shift means Toshiba will move mainstream and enthusiast class products to NVMe from this point forward. I can't imagine any company fully moving away from SATA this early, but the next SATA SSD from Toshiba will most likely come with some type of legacy branding.
toshiba  ssd  storage  gadgetluv 
9 days ago by jasonsamuels
Hybrid MacBook Storage | TarDisk – TarDisk.com
The Only Way

Simply stated, TarDisk is the only way to expand your Macintosh HD.
Your files stay secure inside TarDisk’s UniBody aluminum enclosure,
we set up the rest and storage increases.
ssd  apple  storage 
10 days ago by jnunez

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