деньги в займ на карту

OCZ adds new Vertex 2 Pro and Vertex 2 EX SSDs to lineup

Posted in SSD,Storage by Shane McGlaun on June 11th, 2010

OCZ has been selling a couple versions of its Vertex SSDs for a while now. The last one we talked about was the Vertex 2 with up to 480GB of storage. Two more Vertex 2 drives have been added to the family including a Vertex 2 Pro and a Vertex 2 EX model.

The EX and the Pro have the same performance capability with write speed up to 285MB/sec and read speed up to 275MB/sec. However, on the inside the two use different types of NAND flash.

OCZ adds 400GB and 480GB Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SSDs to line

Posted in SSD,Storage by Shane McGlaun on May 24th, 2010

OCZ unveiled its new line of Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SSDs a while back. There was also a limited edition of the Vertex SSD with better performance.

OCZ has now announced that it is adding a couple higher capacity versions to the Vertex 2 and Agility 2 lines. The two lines will not come in versions that have 400Gb or 480Gb of storage.

OCZ debuts 750W Fatal1ty modular power supply

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on May 18th, 2010

OCZ has a bunch of different power supplies that it offers in its own branded line and in the line from PC Power & Cooling that OCZ owns. OCZ has announced its new PSU called the Fatal1ty 750W modular power supply.

The device has 750W of power and is 80-Plus Bronze certified with 85% AC to DC power efficiency. The PSU has a modular cable design and a 135mm fan with red LEDs for cooling and style.

OCZ offers Enyo USB 3.0 SSD

Posted in SSD,Storage by Shane McGlaun on May 6th, 2010

Many of the new high-end motherboards are now coming with USB 3.0 port son them so the USB 3.0 gear on the market is becoming more usable. OCZ has announced a new USB 3.0 SSD called the Enyo.

OCZ kills Hypersonic-PC off

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on March 23rd, 2010

It has only been a few short years since memory and storage maker OCZ purchased gaming PC maker Hypersonic. Those few years have been tough ones for the PC market though.

OCZ has closed the doors to Hypersonic-PC and a page on the Hypersonic website now reads that no new orders are being taken. Hypersonic says it will continue to support current owners of its computers.

OCZ Onyx SSD lands at under a c-note

Posted in SSD by Shane McGlaun on March 11th, 2010

There have been two things keeping many from putting a SSD inside their computer. The first thing is price and the second is low storage capacity. OCZ has unveiled a new Onyx series SSD that fixes the price issue for most of us.

The new Onyx SSD is available now for under $100 for 32GB of storage. That isn’t much storage for most needs, but it will be a great little boot drive paired with an HDD for bulk storage. OCZ will offer larger capacity drives later.

OCZ unveils Vertex Limited Edition SSD

Posted in SSD,Storage by Shane McGlaun on February 19th, 2010

The SSD is at some point going to replace the traditional HDD in many instances. Before that can happen though the SSD has to get more storage capacity and come down in price significantly. The performance benefits of a SSD compared to a HDD are already there. OCZ has added a new SSD to its Vertex line called the Vertex Limited Edition.

The LE SSD has more performance than the standard Vertex lien of drives. The SSD offers TRIM support for Windows 7 and uses MLC NAND for storage. The drive can resist shock up to 1500G and supports RAID configurations.

-->

OCZ unveils 3.5-inch Colossus SSDs

Posted in SSD by Shane McGlaun on November 18th, 2009

oczcolossus-sbThe typical SSD is a smaller design that is sized to fit into a notebook or netbook computer. OCZ has unveiled a new SSD that is a 3.5-inch device sized for desktops and aimed at consumers and enterprise users.

The Colossus SSD is available in up to 1TB capacity and has an internal RAID 0 configuration for speed. OCZ claims that the drive has a maximum read speed of 260MB/s and a maximum write of 260MB/s and a sustained write speed of 220MB/s.

OCZ and SandForce team for new SSDs

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on November 11th, 2009

ocz-logoSSDs are slowly starting to replace the traditional HDD in computers and notebooks. The SSD is faster and uses less power to operate making for longer battery life on notebooks. The catch is that the typical SSD is still too expensive for most computer users. OCZ makes a line of lower cost SSDs and has announced that it has a new family of SSDs coming to market using SandForce SSD processors.

The new SSDs will debut in the coming weeks leading up to CES 2010 in January. The drives will be offered in enterprise and consumer versions using 3Gbps SATA or 6Gbps SAS interfaces. The drives will be built with both MLC and SLC NAND memory inside.

OCZ 1TB Colossus SSD pricing and release date

Posted in SSD by Conner Flynn on August 3rd, 2009

OCZ 1TB Colossus SSD pricing and release dateOCZ has announced more details about their 1TB Colossus SSD. First shown at Computex, the storage device now finally has a release date and pricing information. This new drive will hold a 3.5-inch drive bay and is capable of handling up to 250MB/s read and 200MB/s write speeds. All of this on a SATA II interface. A JMicron controller drives the RAID 0.

It will cost you a hefty $2,500 when the 1TB OCZ Colossus SSD is released by the middle of this month. A 512GB version should arrive soon however if the 1TB isn’t in your budget.

OCZ Sabre OLED Gaming Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on June 23rd, 2009

OCZ Sabre OLED Gaming KeyboardThe Sabre OLED gaming keyboard takes Art Lebedev’s OLED-in-each-key keyboard concept and adapts it for the mass market to enjoy. But it does have a lower price and a less impressive feature set. Only the numpad keys feature the OLED magic and the keys don’t display color.

OCZ tries to make up for the lack of OLED keys with a layered shortcut system and blue LED sidelighting. In the end we can only state the ovious, that the Sabre is no Optimus Maximus. Then again, the Optimus is huge and hard to type on. So maybe it’s for the best.

-->

OCZ Neutrino 10-inch DIY Netbook Review

Posted in Review by Shane McGlaun on May 29th, 2009

oczneutrinoI am a big fan of netbooks and use a MSI Wind U100 when I am traveling and have never missed my larger and much more bulky Dell laptop. Being a big fan of computers and gadgets, my desk is full of old notebook and desktop hard drives and sticks of RAM. If you have the same sort of hardware lying around, today we are going to check out what could well be the perfect netbook for you. The OCZ Neutrino is billed as a DIY netbook and if you are the type who builds your own PCs, it’s not nearly as DIY as you are used too. The machine lacks storage, RAM and an OS. What it does have comes at a lower price. Is the OCZ Neutrino right for you? Read on to find out.

OCZ Neutrino Netbook

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2009

OCZ Neutrino NetbookThe Netbook arena is jam packed, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for one more manufacturer. In this case, OEM hardware maker OCZ. They’ve launched their first netbook, the OCZ Neutrino. The OCZ Neutrino will come with a 10 inch LED backlit LCD display with a resolution of 1024 x 600, 2GB memory, and the Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor.

The basic model comes with a 250GB hard drive, but you have the option to have a 250GB SSD at for additional cost, built in WiFi, Ethernet, a 1.3MP web camera and a 4-in-1 card reader.

OCZ Alchemy Illuminati keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2009

OCZ Alchemy Illuminati keyboardIlluminati. You’ve heard the conspiracy, now try the keyboard. They really missed out on a catchy tag-line with that one. OCZ Technology might be better known for making memory, but they’ve just announced a new addition to the company’s Alchemy line of peripherals with the Illuminati multimedia backlit keyboard series.

It’s the keyboard that’s hell-bent on world domination, population control, ushering in the new world order and they’re probably working with Aliens and abducting people too. Cause you know, the illuminati are like that. Actually in this case the name just implies that the keys themselves light up when they’re connected to your computer.

OCZ opens the Throttle on flash drives

Posted in OCZ by Shane McGlaun on December 15th, 2008

OCZ ThrottleI have a gob of flash drives laying around my office, crammed in desk drawers, filling up my penholder and generally getting in my way. I don’t really use flash drives, it seems that companies issue members of the press these things as a sort of initiation. The main reason I don’t use them is that they are rather slow and don’t offer enough storage for a real backup.

OCZ introduced a new flash drive this month called the Throttle that does away with one of the common threads in the flash drive world — the USB connector. Rather than the comparatively pokey USB port, OCZ grafts a full-blown eSATA connector onto the Throttle.


  • Page 1 of 2
  • 1
  • 2
  • >