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Tuesday, 03 December 2013 18:47

Toshiba to completely take over OCZ by January 2014

During yesterday an agreement was reached between Toshiba and CAA, by which Toshiba buys OCZ's technology related to solid state disk drives.

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OCZ… You remember them right? They were a company that blew up on the market during the heydays of AMD overclocking and performance supremacy. For a number of years they put out some solid products to the enthusiast community and did quite well… At least until other companies started following the same business model. You have companies like Corsair, Kingston Patriot that had always been there, but had not truly catered to the enthusiast market before (especially Kingston).

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Saturday, 09 November 2013 21:50

OCZ Launches the Vector 150 SSD

OCZ in its new 2.5 inch Solid State Drive installed 19nm NAND Flash memory chips and Indilinx Barefoot 3 IC controller. The new Vector 150 comes in capacities of 120, 240 and 480 GB, all that packed in case which is 7 mm thick, making it suitable for installation in the thinnest Ultrabooks. Vector 150 SSD has a SATA III interface and achieves speeds of 550 MB/s when reading data and a bit lower 530 MB/s when writing.

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Sunday, 26 May 2013 20:44

OCZ introduces Vertex 450 SSDs

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OCZ has introduced a Vertex 450 line of SSDs, which will be available in capacities of 128, 256 and 512 GB. According to the company, Vertex 450 should offer quality, performance and reliability close to Vector series, but at a slightly lower price.

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Saturday, 23 February 2013 19:53

OCZ announces a cheaper Vertex, the Vertex 3.20

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OCZ decided to make certain changes in their Vertex 3 series SSDs, which should make these products come at a more affordable price. These modified devices are branded Vertex 3.20, and as the specifications are concerned they are equal to standard SSD's with the exception of NAND type of memory and come in a 2.5” format.

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