Beware the fake Samsung 980 Pro SSD
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch
The three year old Samsung 980 Pro PCIe 4.0 drive is becoming the knock off of choice with some rather good forgeries suddenly appearing.
Crucial T700 PCIe Gen5 SSD spotted
Reaching 12,422/11,858 MB/s of sequential performance
Crucial's PCIe Gen5 SSD based on a Phison E26 controller has been spotted online, and it achieves some impressive sequential performance.
HD’s might not be SSD’s more reliable cousin
Some are more reliable than others
While most of the world only uses HDs for long term data storage tasks, some of them might not be fit for the purpose.
Sabrent and Phison working on high-performance PCIe Gen5 SSD
Hitting well over 12,000MB/s
While you can already buy PCIe Gen5 SSDs that can hit 10,000MB/s, it appears that Sabrent is going to push it a bit further, as it is currently working with Phison in order to bring the new Rocket X5 Gen5 SSD that will go well over 12,000MB/s, and possibly as high as 14,000MB/s.
Puget dumps Samsung's 990 Pro solid-state drives
Puget Systems has stopped offering Samsung's 990 Pro solid-state drives in new builds following numerous reports of health degradation issues.
Samsung 2TB 980 Pro SSD self harms
Upgrade your firmware or suffer
The pricy 2 TB version of the Samsung 980 Pro SSD launched last year needs a firmware update before it fails.
Samsung denies there is anything wrong with its flagship SSDs
And is certainly not replacing them
Samsung is denying that there is anything wrong with its 990 Pro 2TB SSD after fanboys took to the web to complain about its abilities.
16 TB SSDs for $100 too good to be true
Yeah, it is too good to be true
Amazon has been having problems with partners who insist on “supplying” well reviewed 16 TB SSDs on its site for just $100.
Samsung unveils the new PM9C1a SSD
5nm controller and 7th gen V-NAND
Samsung has unveiled the new PM9C1a PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD based on its own 5nm controller and seventh-generation V-NAND.
Sony’s M.2 2280 PCIe4 x4 NVMe SSD gamble paid off
Played its cards right
Sony appears to have made a good decision to use M.2 2280 PCIe4 x4 NVMe SSDs for additional storage early even though such drives weren't yet widely available at the time of launch.