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OCZ Launches New RevoDrive 3 (X2)

by: admin July 15, 2011

OCZ has launched its latest PCIe solid state drives for the enthusiast consumer market, the RevoDrive 3 and RevoDrive 3 X2, along with promises of exceptional performance. The new lineup is based on the latest SandForce controllers (SandForce-2281)–two or four of them working in an internal RAID 0 configuration to boost performance. TRIM support is […]

OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid Combines HDD and SSD in a Single PCIe Unit

by: admin June 7, 2011

Just like several other SSD manufacturers, OCZ has unveiled several new interesting products at this year’s Computex trade show, including their own approach to the hybrid drive concept; using an SSD as cache memory to a larger hard drive. Their new RevoDrive Hybrid comes with a 60 to 120GB SSD and a 500GB to 1TB […]

VeloDrive: New Enterprise PCIe Drive from OCZ

by: admin May 1, 2011

OCZ has launched yet another PCI Express-based SSD, this time with a primary focus on enterprise users. The VeloDrive is a PCIe x8 drive that uses four SandForce SF-1565 controllers and can reach speeds of 1GB/s and 130,000 IOPS. The SSDs can run in both hardware and software-based RAID configurations and by utilizing the PCIe […]

OCZ Launches New RevoDrive X2 (PCI-Express SSD)

by: admin October 28, 2010

The RevoDrive X2 is now officially launched. I’ll shorten down the press release to the most important info: RevoDrive X2: Max Read: 740MB/s Max Write: 730MB/s 120,000 IOPS Four SandForce-1200 controllers + ‘onboard RAID 0’ PCI-Express X4 interface 100GB to 960GB capacities Details worth noting: Compared to the current generation of the RevoDrive, the read […]

The 540 MB/s RevoDrive: PCIe-based SSD from OCZ

by: admin June 28, 2010

OCZ is definitely one of the hottest players in the SSD marketplace with scores of models (and slight variations of models) on the market. The company is also very quick to introduce new technology. The latest announcement from OCZ is their new RevoDrive – a PCIe-based solid state drive that might actually find its way […]