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OCZ Launches Vertex 3 and Vertex 3 Pro SATA SSDs

OCZ Launches Vertex 3 and Vertex 3 Pro SATA SSDs

OCZ Technology Group announced today its next generation Vertex 3 SATA III SSD lineup. These will be for both client and enterprise applications. According to OCZ, the new series will deliver "double the performance of the previous generation." The release includes the Vertex 3 and the enterprise-class Vertex 3 Pro. See all the specs after the break.

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OCZ Vertex 2 SSD Review

OCZ Vertex 2 SSD Review

Fast, silent and power-efficient; it seems like the only thing not to like about SSDs is the price. OCZ has sent over its Vertex 2 SSD, a 120GB model that straddles the performance/price boundary at around $220. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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OCZ’s High-Speed Data Link Interface Meant to Accelerate the Progression of Solid State Storage

OCZ’s High-Speed Data Link Interface Meant to Accelerate the Progression of Solid State Storage

While OCZ Technology is busy releasing new Solid State Drives (SSD), it looks like the company isn't all that happy with the current state of Solid State Storage. With that in mind, they have announced today the unveiling of their proprietary interface, called High-Speed Data Link, or HSDL. OCZ says that they are unsatisfied with the current interface options, and hope to change that with their brand new HSDL.

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OCZ’s Onyx 2 Series SSD Announced

OCZ’s Onyx 2 Series SSD Announced

Today, OCZ Technology Group announced their brand new Onyx 2 Series of Solid State Drives (SSD), created primarily to bring new options to line-up, and perhaps even drop the prices of Solid State Drives out there in the market. The OCZ Onyx 2 Series is designed for mainstream desktops and mobile systems, offering the same faster speeds and more durable options, but wrapped up in a far more cost-effective package.

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OCZ StealthXStream 2 PSUs debut

OCZ StealthXStream 2 PSUs debut

OCZ cut away some of the categories of products that had taken it away from its core offerings over the last year or so like notebooks and gaming peripherals. The company took the energy and money those products required and put it towards its core offerings of PSUs, RAM, and SSDs. It has shown with lots of new PSUs and other gear being unveiled over the last few months.

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