Category: Storage

Phidisk PhantomKnight 480GB

Review – Phidisk PhantomKnight 480GB

Phidisk, a company that is from Penang, has a bunch of memory products in the market. The Phidisk PhantomKnight that we have here is an M.2-based SATA III SSD with 480GB of storage and controlled by a Phison S11 controller.

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Phidisk WrathKeeper

Review – Phidisk WrathKeeper 240GB SATA III SSD

Phidisk is a rather new brand in the market today. Some Malaysians might have heard about this brand. Today, we are taking a look at one of their products – a SATA III SSD. Phidisk has a few different lines of SSDs and the WrathKeeper is one of them. Each of these series has a different name with a character too.

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Transcend JetDriveToolbox for JetDrive 850 JetDrive 855

Review – Transcend JetDrive 855: Speedy SSD Upgrade Kit For Macs

What’s the biggest issues with Macs? I’d say the expensive cost for a mere upgrade in storage. That’s because Apple has a proprietary SSD connector which is non-compliant with the standard M.2 which have became ubiquitous over the past years. We reviewed the Transcend JetDrive 820 here, and since Transcend announced a new JetDrive 855, we ought to take a look at it as well.

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Plextor M9PeY

Review – Plextor M9PeY PCIe Gen.3 x4 NVMe SSD

We reviewed the Plextor M9PeG not long ago, actually. But then again, Plextor released the M9Pe series of NVMe SSD in a total of 3 different variants – an M.2 without heatsink, another M.2 with a heatsink, and also in HHHL form factor with a massive heatsink. The M9PeY is the HHHL form factor in the family, and we’re here to test out how it performs.

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Kingston A1000 NVMe M.2 2280 SSD

Review – Kingston A1000 M.2 NVMe SSD

We have with us here today is a budget-oriented NVMe SSD. Whenever an SSD uses NVMe protocol, there are a few things that come with it – uses PCIe lanes and has either a M.2 form factor or an expansion card. These are the commonly-found NVMe SSDs, and today’s Kingston A1000 is no different. It’s a M.2 2280 that uses NVMe protocol, connected by using PCIe Gen 3.0 x2 lanes.

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