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Samsung 870 EVO Review

Samsung returns with its latest SATA SSD, the Samsung 870 EVO. Coming in at an impressively reasonable cost for the performance, should this be your next SSD? Find out in our review.


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Samsung 980 PRO Review

The Samsung 980 PRO is a breakout stars of the PCIe 4.0 performance show. Offering best-in-class sequential read and write speeds, could this drive be a window into technological advances yet to come?


WoW Shadowlands Will Require an SSD

According to the system requirements for World of Warcraft's upcoming expansion, Shadowlands, you'll need an SSD system configurations


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Silicon Power US70 PCIe 4.0 SSD Review

Looking for a high-speed NVMe? The US70 from Silicon Power supports PCIe 4.0 with a max speed of 5 GB/s. At $179 for the 1TB model, it's one of the cheapest Gen 4 SSDs around, but does it have the performance to compete?


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Samsung T7 Portable SSD Review

If you're looking for ultra-fast storage on the go, the Samsung T7 deserves your attention. It's "NVMe on the go" but does it offer NVMe levels of performance?


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Samsung 870 QVO SSD Review

Samsung has been the premier name in SSDs for years and it hopes to continue the trend with the 870 QVO. Featuring Samsung's latest memory design and an affordable price, should this be your next upgrade?


ADATA Swordfish And Falcon m.2 NVME SSD Review

ADATA recently release two new m.2 NVMe drives - the Swordfish and the Falcon. Which drive should you pick up for your next upgrade?


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 Kingston KC2500 1TB NVMe Review

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a contender gunning for a position amongst the ranks of top tier NVMe drives. The challenger? Kingston Technology's KC2500. Let's see how mean it's right hook is.