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  • Toshiba's OCZ Storage wants to kill off SATA for SSDs

    Toshiba's OCZ Storage is hatching up a cunning plan to kill off SATA for storage by making improvements to PCIe hardware.
  • OCZ runs out of cash

    OCZ has proven that all is not well in the SSD market by managing itself into bankruptcy.
  • Industry flounders as Apple tanks

    The company, whose competitors include OCZ Technology Group and Stec, told | Reuters that it expects revenue of about $420 million to $440 million in the year ending June 2013, down from its earlier estimate of about $521 million to $539 million.
  • SSD prices continue to fall

    The prices for SSD drives have continued to fall and are now a third of what they were in 2010.
  • OCZ's SSD failure rate reaches boiling point

    RumourSan Jose-based hardware company OCZ is tipped to be going SSD-crazy, and irritating customers in the process.
  • Hybrid drives are best of both worlds

    Hardware RoundupWe’ve got a few gems for you today, starting off with Tom’s Hardware and the Seagate’s Momentus XT 750 GB hybrid drive, now in its second generation. It seems hybrid drives manage to combine the best of both worlds – SSD and HDD – at an affordable price.
  • Rapid roundup of the day

    Hardware RoundupWhile most of the web is still a-buzz with AMD’s Radeon HD 7950 graphics, life goes on for the rest of the hardware sites.
  • A TweakTown Week in Review: Top Picks

    Hello TechEye viewers, this is TweakTown's content editor reporting with our second weekly update on all the technological happenings over at TweakTown. This past week has seen a wave of diversity that will peek interest for all comers.
  • SSD space eaten up as flash cell size changes

    Vendors of solid state drives (SSDs) to the consumer have switched cell size and that’s causing the amount of useable storage space to fall.
  • Power Supply Units, OCZ RAM, Thermaltake gaming case

    Hard 'upTweakTown reviewed the Super Flower Golden Green SF-800P14XE 800W power supply unit, which earned a rating of 90 percent and a Best Value Award. It packs strong performance and great efficiency, but there were some issues with confusion over SLI Ready and ATI CrossFireX logos, as well as difficulty
  • AMD price slash, Maingear SandyBridge laptop, OCZ SSD

    Hard 'upAMD has announced the 1GB Radeon HD 6950, a lower end version of the similarly titled 2GB model, according to Tweaktown.  It has a price tag of $259, but that's not the only price AMD is focusing on, as it has also chopped the prices of the 2GB HD 6950 and HD 6850 from $289 to $269 and from $239 to
  • Sapphire motherboards, 128GB CF card, SSD RAID array

    Hard 'upSapphire has announced a series of new motherboards that will support Intel chipsets, according to | PureOC. The first is the Pure Black X58, which supports i7 processors and the X58 chipset. It comes with a number of USB 3.0, SATA III, SATA II and PCI-E slots, among other features.
  • RAM kit, budget PSU, all-in-one PCs, and satellite phone rebirth

    Hard 'upIf you're looking for some good memory for a high-end system, check out the Corsair XMS3 Series PC3-16000 12GB Kit, which was reviewed at TweakTown. It received a 90 percent rating and Best Features Award for its ability to deliver 2,000MHz stock clock speed, losing that last 10 percent for limited
  • Radeon HD 6850 in Crossfire, CPU coolers, Acer's first 3D laptop

    Hard 'upAnyone interested in using two or more of AMD's latest graphics cards together might want to check out | TweakTown's indepth testing of two HIS Radeon HD 6850 1GB cards in Crossfire with 960 shaders.
  • Gigabyte says USB 3 motherboards are compatible with UASP

    Gigabyte said that its range of USB 3.0 motherboards now support USB Attached SCSI Protocol (UASP).  UASP is a protocol initiated by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF)
  • OCZ announces speedy 4GB RAM modules

    OCZ, maker of memory, has announced its new range of high-density 4GB DDR3 RAM modules, which it claims is now the fastest in the world.
  • Intel aims for SSD world domination

    AnalysisIntel has taken its first steps toward dominating the SSD market.
  • OCZ and Samsung announce new hard drives

    OCZ and Samsung have added to their hard drive families with the release of a number of new models.

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