Where are all the 2TB SSDs? It's a question we've been hearing since they started to go mainstream seven years ago. While we have seen a few come along on the enterprise side as far back as 2011, those were prohibitively large...
2TB is the highest available capacity in 2.5"x7mm SATA form factor
Excellent sequential read / write / random IOPS performance
Industry leading warranty and endurance rating
Competitive introductory MSRP
We are trying something different here. Folks tend to not like to click through pages and pages of benchmarks, so I'm going to weed out those that show little to no delta across different units (PCMark). I'm also going to group results...
We have shifted over to combining our results into two groupings for consumer reviews. First up is sequential performance:
Cracking these open, I expected to see some sort of PCB changes as comapred to the 1TB and lower models of the 850 EVO and Pro. Let's see what has changed:
There have been some changes,...
Lexar is Micron’s brand covering SD Cards, microSD Cards, USB flash drives, and card readers. Their card readers are known for being able to push high in the various speed grades, typically allowing transfers (for capable SD cards) much faster than...
AMD fans have been patiently waiting for a proper FreeSync display to be released. The first round of displays using the Adaptive Sync variable refresh rate technology arrived with an ineffective or otherwise disabled overdrive feature, resulting in less...
Gaming Impressions (Ryan's Note):
As with most of all of our reviews of the new variable refresh rate technology based monitors, the ASUS MG279Q requires some discussion of the gaming experience it provides. Though clearly it doesn't provide the...
The MG379Q bears some resemblance to the ROG Swift, and it is apparent that ASUS used it as a base for this design.
That said, there are some differences. The back of the display is not as...