Biggest Rivalries in Computing History and more
Posted on: 10/19/2016 07:37 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AOMEI Image Deploy first look
Biggest Rivalries in Computing History
MSI Core Frozr L
Samsung 960 PRO M.2 1TB NVMe SSD Review
Samsung 960 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD Review (2TB) - Breathtaking Speed
Samsung 960 PRO RAID Review

AOMEI Image Deploy first look
AOMEI Image Deploy is a Windows image deployment and cloning software that you can use to deploy images across a computer network. Deploying images on multiple machines in a computer network can be a tedious process, especially if done wrong.


Read full article @ gHacks

Biggest Rivalries in Computing History
Pepsi vs. Cola, Edison vs. Tesla, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, history is filled with famous rivalries, but few have matched the intensity and, quite often, the viciousness that comes when two tech industry giants clash heads. Chartering their path from the dawn of computers to the current digital age, here are the five biggest rivalries in computing history.


Read full article @ TechSpot

MSI Core Frozr L
MSI looks to break into the CPU cooling market with the Core Frozr L. Offering their distinct GAMING series looks with solid performance and exceptional build quality, it looks to give the competition a serious run for their money.


Read full article @ techPowerUp

Samsung 960 PRO M.2 1TB NVMe SSD Review
In this review we test the new M.2 and extremely fast Samsung 960 PRO Series SSDs with all new Polaris based controller. These new M.2 units can now be purchased in volume sizes up-to 2TB and use the nvm express (NVME) 1.2 protocol which is even faster anno 2016. Storage technology is advancing with hyper fast paces while remaining competitive in pricing. Does Samsung have yet another NAND success at hand?


Read full article @ Guru3D

Samsung 960 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD Review (2TB) - Breathtaking Speed
Size, weight, speed, latency, endurance, power consumption, price, warranty, etc. All these characteristics help to define storage media and are what classify some drives as entry level, others as mainstream, and a for a select few, enthusiast/prosumer. What if we said we have a drive that is near the perfect mix of all these and the result is that it is the best consumer SSD in the market at this time? What if we said this SSD is not only the best, but the highest capacity M.2 device money can currently buy? What if we said it is faster than any other consumer NVMe SSD we tested, ever? Well, if you have been keeping up with the news as of late (http://thessdreview.us7.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=3d9b6193ffd32dd60e84fc74b&id=6e840a5c50&e=1230c2ab07) , you would be 100% correct on your assumption that we were talking about Samsung's latest release, the Samsung 960 Pro. It is a revolutionary M.2 NVMe SSD product that breaks the boundaries and delivers speeds that for many, are beyond what they can actually take advantage of! Let's get on with the review and learn more shall we?


Read full article @ The SSD Review

Samsung 960 PRO RAID Review
Since the arrival of Intel’s Z170 chipset, storage manufacturers have been producing numerous M.2 SSDs to replace the SATA-based SSD market which appears to have now plateaued. There are obvious benefits to NVMe over SATA – the 550MB/s bottleneck has now been breached by utilising PCI Express Gen 3 x4 and on offer are transfer rates which can completely transform workflow for both the average user and workload professionals. High bandwidth and low latency is the name of the game here!

NVMe uses lower latency and can handle up to 64K queues and up 64K commands each while SATA and AHCI can only handle 1 queue and 32 commands each – the benefits are clearly evident.

Samsung recently announced their new 960 PRO; the next NVMe SSD to supersede their renowned 950 PRO. This drive builds on the success of the 950 PRO delivering Samsung’s 3rd generation V-NAND along with the new Polaris Controller. 960 PRO is available in 512GB, 1TB and 2TB editions and will be available to buy next month.


Read full article @ Vortez




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