Monthly Archives: July 2015

Samsung 840 Evo – PC Advisor – Sept 2015

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4.5/5

“The Samsung 840 EVO 750GB is a triumph in solid-state technology, combining for the first time vast capacity by flash standards, with lightning performance, and at an approachable price.”

Full Review

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Samsung 850 Pro 1TB – PC Advisor – Solid-State Drives Group Test

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“[We] award the Samsung our Gold Award for its breakthrough in 3D semiconductor manufacture, which combined with the larger 40nm process should ensure this drive is going fast and going strong even after the decade counter rolls over.”

PC Advisor – September 2015 Issue

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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 960 – PC Advisor Magazine

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PC Advisor September 2015 Issue

efficient nVidia GPU offers good performance at a decent price

4/5

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External storage for mobile workstations – Samsung T1 – AEC Magazine

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Smaller than a business card and only 9mm thick Samsung’s USB 3.0 T1 SSD fits easily within a pocket. The performance of the drive is also excellent, taking 48 secs to read and 55 secs to write our CAD dataset.for the performance it offers in a compact footprint it cannot be beatenAEC Magazine May/June 2015 Vol.78

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External storage for mobile workstations – Samsung 850 EVO M.2 – AEC Magazine

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This DIY solution houses a SATA-based Samsung M.2 SSD in a metal Startech caddy. Installation takes a few minutes and, hey presto, you have a highly portable SSD, not much bigger than a USB stick.

cheapest of all the SSD’s and offers flexibility, should you wish to install the M.2 in a laptop or desktop

AEC Magazine May/June 2015 Vol.78

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External storage for mobile workstations – Startech M.2 Enclosure – AEC Magazine

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This DIY solution houses a SATA-based Samsung M.2 SSD in a metal Startech caddy. Installation takes a few minutes and, hey presto, you have a highly portable SSD, not much bigger than a USB stick.

cheapest of all the SSD’s and offers flexibility, should you wish to install the M.2 in a laptop or desktop

AEC Magazine May/June 2015 Vol.78

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