With all the new drives on the market it would be interesting to see The Tech Report try to kill another stack of SSDs. With the spread of NVMe drives they could take the OCZ RD400 they just reviewed and a number of others and see if they can't write them to death. It would likely be a bit more work, these drives are more resilient and the amount of data they can move in a short time would certainly require a change in methodology. The Intel 750 and Samsung 950 Pro would be obvious choices as most other SSDs simply would not be able to keep up. Al has a collection as well, maybe a joint effort to kill as many PCIe SSDs as possible?
"Toshiba is bringing the OCZ brand into the NVMe SSD market with its RD400. We put the drive through its paces to see how it stacks up with Intel's 750 Series and Samsung's 950 Pro drives."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Techman SSD XC100 Series NVMe @ The SSD Review
- SanDisk X400 @ The SSD Review
- Angelbird Wings PX1 SSD Adapter @ techPowerUp
- QNAP TBS-453A 4-Bay M.2 SSD NASbook @ techPowerUp
- Seagate Enterprise Capacity 8TB HDD Review @ OCC
- Seagate Personal Cloud Pro (2-Bay) 4TB NAS Review @ NikKTech
- Patriot SuperSonic Rage 2 256GB USB 3.1 Gen 1 Flash Drive Review @ NikKTech