HP SSD EX950 NVMe M.2 SSD Review: Geared for Gaming

Our Verdict The HP SSD EX950 boasts a newer, more refined SSD controller and tweaked firmware that dishes out very fast performance. The EX950 is an excellent choice, but competing drives give it a run for its money, so you’ll ...

Asus ROG Maximus XI Gene Review: Dual Capacity RAM Meets DIMM.2

Our Verdict If you’re looking for a Micro ATX motherboard that supports four SATA drives, an x4 storage card and a triple-slot graphics card simultaneously, you’re looking for the ROG Maximus XI Gene. Includes CPU-connected dual M.2 adapter card Supports ...

Plugable USBC-NVMe SSD Enclosure Review: Tool-Free NVMe With USB Type-C

Our Verdict The Plugable USBC-NVMe enclosure speeds things up with 10Gb/s of throughput at your disposal. The $50 price point is affordable, while the tool-free design makes dropping in an M.2 SSD a snap. Tool-free design Solid performance Tough and ...

Toshiba XG6 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Higher Density and Improved Efficiency

Our Verdict Toshiba’s OEM XG6 comes packing the goodness of 3D TLC BiCS flash and a five-year warranty, but you can’t buy it at retail. We’ll see this design ported over to Toshiba’s consumer lineup soon. Toshiba sells flash to ...

Gigabyte Aorus RGB M.2 NVMe SSD Review: RGB Comes to M.2

Our Verdict Gigabyte’s AORUS RGB brings high-end performance, tons of write endurance, and a 5-year warranty all wrapped in a stylish heatsink and RGB lighting, making it a great buy for enthusiasts and casual users alike. Now, if only the ...

G-Technology G-Drive mobile Pro SSD Review: The New Thunderbolt 3 SSD Champ

Our Verdict G-Technology’s G-Drive mobile Pro SSD is pricey, but its peak speed of 2.8 GB/s can crunch through multi-stream 4K, 8K, and VR media editing with ease. The durable drive speeds up workflows, making this Thunderbolt 3 drive particularly ...

SanDisk Extreme Pro M.2 NVMe 3D SSD Review: SanDisk Joins The NVMe Club

Our Verdict This model delivers exceptional sequential performance for working with large files, but it lacks the performance in random workloads to be a class-leading mainstream NVMe SSD. The drive works well for specific applications, but there are better alternatives. ...

Corsair Force MP510 SSD Review: A Force to Be Reckoned With

Our Verdict The Corsair Force MP510 offers more value than its predecessor along with better endurance ratings than other consumer flash-based SSDs. That, plus nearly class-leading sequential performance and a five-year warranty, make Corsair’s MP510 a Force to be reckoned ...

Sony G Series Professional SSD Review: Endurance Comes At A Price

Our Verdict It is a hard toss-up between Sony’s G Series Professional SSDs and the legendary Samsung 860 PRO. Bear in mind: Sony designed the G Series solely for video recording, so it isn’t a great fit for normal desktop ...

Patriot Evlvr Review: Evolving Your Workflow

Our Verdict Patriot’s Evlvr is significantly cheaper than competing devices, but with lower cost comes lower performance. The Evlvr smokes external USB SSDs with its 1.6/1GB/s read/write speeds, but the short two-year warranty is lacking compared to similar Thunderbolt 3 ...

Kingston KC2000 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Top Notch Components and Security

Our Verdict Kingston’s KC2000 keeps up with the most intensive consumer workloads, but also boasts respectable endurance figures, a five-year warranty, software package, and a full security suite, making it a safe choice if you’re looking for security and reliability, ...

SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD Review: Speedy & Rugged

Our Verdict The SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD takes on a new shape for 2018. This series now features 3D flash to increase performance and endurance. The drive takes advantage of USB 3.1 Gen 2 technology to give you access to ...

Samsung 1TB 860 QVO SSD Review: QLC Comes To SATA

Our Verdict If you are in the market for a new SATA based SSD, the Samsung 860 QVO delivers acceptable performance, high capacity, and enough endurance to satisfy most users. It even includes AES 256-bit encryption with Windows BitLocker support. ...

Samsung 1TB Portable SSD X5 Review: Leading Edge Performance

Our Verdict The Samsung Portable SSD X5 is rather pricey, but the impressive performance will speed up your workflow. Full AES 256-bit hardware-based encryption provides a nice layer of additional security for the professional crowd, but the three-year warranty is ...

Intel Optane Memory H10 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: QLC Flash Meets Optane Caching

Our Verdict Intel’s Optane Memory H10 delivers better system responsiveness than QLC SSDs alone, and it’s also quite competitive with some of the best NVMe SSDs on the market. With decent power efficiency, acceptable endurance, and that extra Optane media, ...

MyDigitalSSD M2X NVMe Enclosure Review: Put NVMe in Your Pocket

Our Verdict Speed up your backups, add a new scratch disk to your workflow, or just build yourself an awesome external drive to take your games library on the go. The MyDigitalSSD M2X USB unleashes performance up to 1 GB/s ...

Team Group T-Force Delta RGB SSD Review: RGB SSD Done Right, Kinda

Our Verdict Team Group’s T-Force Delta RGB is an example of RGB SSDs done right, kinda. There are some trade-offs to consider like slightly lower-than-average performance and lower-than-average endurance paired with a short three-year warranty. But if you’re chasing RGB ...

Adata XPG Gammix S11 960GB NVMe SSD Review: Top Dollar Performance At Bottom Dollar Prices

Our Verdict The Adata XPG Gammix S11 delivers exceptional throughput in real-world scenarios and is snappier than the Samsung 970 PRO during common tasks. The drive has more endurance than the Samsung 970 EVO, a stylish heatsink to keep it ...

Klevv CRAS C700 RGB M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Bright Like a Diamond

This RGB-adorned M.2 drive shines with good sustained performance and attractive lighting.

Plugable Thunderbolt 3 NVMe External SSD Review: Extreme Speed, Lower Price

If you're after Thunderbolt 3 speed without paying top dollar, this drive delivers.

Mushkin Pilot M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Speed on a Budget

Our Verdict While it doesn’t have the newest components or the fastest performance, Mushkin’s Pilot NVMe M.2 drive will get you where you’re going with reasonable speed at a nice price. Solid performance and competitive prices Available in capacities up ...

Seagate BarraCuda 510 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Competitive Performance Meets Bad Pricing

Our Verdict Seagate’s BarraCuda 510 is a decent SSD with plenty of performance to keep up with the normal day to day office applications as well as creative work, and good power efficiency, too. With a five-year warranty and endurance ...

Team Group MP34 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: A Killer Value

Our Verdict Team Group’s MP34 is a fairly ordinary Phison E12 based SSD, but it comes into the market at impressive prices while offering high-end performance and robust endurance. If you’re in the market for a budget NVMe SSD, this ...

Lexar NS200 SATA SSD Review: Plain Jane SATA

Our Verdict Lexar’s NS200 provides solid SATA-level storage performance, but competitors offer slightly better speeds for around the same price. Solid performance Large SLC write cache Slower sustained write performance than comparable models 3-year warranty No software package in the ...

Toshiba BG4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: One Tiny, But Speedy SSD

Our Verdict With performance that is 4 times that of any SATA SSD, yet a footprint that can take up just 16 x 20 mm, the BG4 is a great option for OEM computer integration. Power-efficient Small, lightweight form factors ...

Patriot Viper VPN100 NVMe SSD Review: A Tactical Upgrade

Our Verdict Looking for a fancy new M.2 SSD to throw into your build and don’t want that extra RGB bling, but want a heatsink to keep your drive cool? Though it isn’t a chart-topper, the Patriot Viper VPN100 has ...

Adata XPG SX6000 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Paying More for Less

Our Verdict The Adata XPG SX6000 Pro’s DRAMless design is meant to cut costs, but it limits performance while competitors offer faster speeds for the same price or less. Sleek aesthetics Large dynamic write cache Competitive endurance Below-average application performance ...

Crucial P1 NVMe SSD Review: QLC Flash Gone Mild (Updated)

Our Verdict Crucial’s 500GB P1 packs three times the sequential performance of your average SATA based SSD, and brings decent 4K random performance, but is still a bit slower than competitors in application tests, even with its large SLC write ...

Adata Ultimate SU750 SATA SSD Review: Not Quite The Ultimate SSD

Our Verdict Adata’s Ultimate SU750 has decent performance for a SATA drive, but it slurps power and competitors give you a lot more for the same price. Endurance Decent application performance Large SLC write cache Software package included 3-year warranty ...

Silicon Power P34A80 PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: TLC Performance at QLC Prices

Our Verdict Silicon Power’s P34A80 is a top-end performer at entry-level prices. At just $0.11 per GB, the 1TB model we tested screams value. While rated endurance isn’t great, it’s backed by a long 5-year warranty. Speedy performance Competitive prices ...

LaCie Mobile Drive Portable HDD Review: Pretty Portable

Our Verdict LaCie’s Mobile Drive features a sleek design and an Apple-like finish. It’s priced at a premium over alternatives in the market, but outside of aesthetics, it’s similar in performance and capacity to drives that cost less. So unless ...

Lexar SL100 Pro Portable SSD Review: Pro Pricing, Semi Performance

Our Verdict Lexar’s SL100 Pro packs NVMe goodness into a sleek and stylish portable package. With speeds of up to 950/900 MBps read/write, it’s capable of 4K media editing and most other tasks. But write speeds can degrade to 180 ...

WD Blue SN500 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Leaving SATA in the Dust (Updated)

WD's Blue SN500 brings SATA-like pricing to a speedy NVMe SSD.

Mushkin Pilot-E M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Taking Flight

Our Verdict With high-end components, Mushkin’s latest high-end SSD can dish out and receive your data at impressive speeds, while keeping things secure with 256-bit AES encryption as well. Solid performance Efficient Available in capacities up to 2TB Large SLC ...

Team Group T-Force Vulcan SATA SSD Review: Flashy, Fast and Affordable

The Vulcan is a highly logical choice for a speedy, pretty budget boot drive.

Lexar NM600 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Affordable and Efficient

Our Verdict Lexar’s NM600 isn’t a record-breaker, but it delivers speedy performance and is one of the most efficient SSDs we’ve tested. If you’re looking for a new budget M.2 NVMe SSD, it’s well worth considering. Competitive consumer performance and ...

LaCie 2big RAID 16TB Review: Big on Reliability and Capacity

Our Verdict LaCie’s 2big RAID is a high capacity workhorse of an external. Creative pros can purchase the 2big RAID in confidence knowing it features two enterprise-class HDDs and comes backed by a five-year warranty and data recovery coverage. While ...

Micron 9300 Series Enterprise NVMe SSD Review: Finding Balance in Performance

Our Verdict Micron’s new 9300 is a top-notch enterprise SSD with almost everything you could ask for. It’s efficient, spacious, has incredible endurance, and delivers tremendous performance to accelerate today’s largest workloads. The drive is also affordable with flexible pricing ...

Crucial BX500 SSD Review: The DRAMless Invasion Continues (Updated)

Our Verdict Crucial’s BX500 is a cheap option that will outperform any HDD as a boot drive, but it comes with drawbacks. The BX500’s low endurance and application performance rank far behind most current-gen SSDs in the market. Pricing is ...

Adata XPG Gammix S11 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Fast, Flashy and Affordable

Adata's latest Pro drive is also a good fit for gamers.

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