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The last time we looked at Nero it obtained our "Editor's choice" award. So can Nero 2014 keep up the pace? Find out here in Myce's latest update.
Myce is proud to present a full review on the Lexar S33 Jumpdrive. The Lexar S33 continues the colorful tradition, but this time Lexar has added a swivel function to the S33. So lets find out how the Lexar S33 32GB jumpdrive performs.
Hello and welcome to Myce’s first edition of the Enterprise SSD Performance Index (‘ESP Index’).Now that we have been reviewing Enterprise SSDs for 6 months we thought it would be interesting and fun to directly compare some of the key performance metrics for the drives we have found in our reviews to date.
A year is a long time in the SSD business, and it's hard to believe that the original OCZ Vector SSD launched nearly one year ago.Today I'm looking at the OCZ Vector refresh, the OCZ Vector 150 series. Let's find out what is new in this SSD, and how it performs in this review.
Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba PX02SMF020 (6G) SAS Enterprise SSD.As the inventor of flash storage Toshiba’s SSD pedigree is second to none.The first and important thing to note is that the PX02SM series of SSDs is also available with a 12 Gb/s SAS interface but it is the model with a 6 Gb/s interface that is the subject of this review. We will therefore not achieve the peak performance marks as specified by Toshiba below. We hope to have opportunity to review a 12 Gb/s model later in the year. Regular readers may remember that I outlined the key features of an SAS interface (in comparison to an SATA interface) as part of Myce’s review of the Sandisk/Smart Optimus – please see here. The PX02SMF020 has a dual SAS port but does not have a ‘wide’ port like the Smart Optimus does; it therefore has all the failover advantages afforded by two access paths but does not have the ability to aggregate bandwidth across 2 ports for improved performance. The PX02SM series uses Toshiba’s own 24nm eMLC NAND, with 56GB set aside for use by the controller. The drive proves to be a great performer.Now that Myce has gained some good experience of reviewing Enterprise SSDs we will soon be publishing the first edition of the Myce – Enterprise SSD Performance index (the ESP index, for short), where we will be taking some of the key performance metrics from our regular enterprise testing and comparing results for the enterprise drives we have thus far reviewed. So, look out for the Myce ESP index arriving in the near future.
Solid State Doctor from LC Technology, is a feature packed SSD toolbox designed to work with any SSD. So, what features does it have, and how does it perform? Let's find out in this quick review.
Frequent Club Myce forum members will quickly recognize the subject for this review; Hard Disk Sentinel, as we already have a forum dedicated to this software here at Myce. The folks at Hard Disk Sentinel have been kind enough to provide a licence for the PRO version, and their website has an excellent introduction to this software, which fits in perfectly here
Myce present a full review on the Silicon Power Armor A30 USB3 external hard drive. The drive is 1TB and is should be more than enough for all your daily storage needs, also it's shockproof and it will survive a few accidental drops. The questions that remains to be answered is the performance of the A30, you can continue reading to find out all about the Silicon Power Armor A30 external hard drive.
This review is of a specifically tailored enterprise HDD: The 3.5” MG03ACA400 4TB Nearline drive.Let’s start with what the drive is tailored to be. In today’s market, what distinguishes this drive from the others? Well, it is simply specifically made and optimised for backup storage. This drive is not made to host an operating system, where random read and write performance of small files matters, although it could. Its purpose is solely to sustain sequential writes from a host system more efficiently than traditional HDDs.
In the past Corsair has surprised us with the use of the LAMD controller on their Neutron SSD's and this time they are continuing to do so, only this time they are using the Phison controller. So lets see how the Corsair Force LS SSD performs, all you have to do is continue reading this in depth review.
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