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  1. Intel 335 Series SSD 240GB review

    Intel 335 Series SSD 240GB review

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    Like its little 330 series sibling and its bigger brother, the 520 series, it's based around the LSI SandForce SF-2281 controller, but unlike the other two this one uses Intel's latest 20nm MLC NAND.

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    Intel 330 series SSD 60GB review

    Intel 330 series SSD 60GB review

    7  

    Performance. Reliability. Affordability. All things you really want in a solid-state drive, but is it a case of never the twain shall meet?

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    Intel SSD 520 Series 480GB review

    Intel SSD 520 Series 480GB review

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    For those whose budgets stretch a little further, really big SSDs such as the new 480GB Intel 520 Series SSD are on the menu.

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    Intel SSD 520 Series 120GB review

    Intel SSD 520 Series 120GB review

    8  

    So, Intel has done the obvious thing and stuck a SandForce controller in its desktop SSDs. Could it offer the best compromise between price, performance and capacity?

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    Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB review

    Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB review

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    It was almost inevitable that a SandForce-powered Intel drive would eventually appear. With the launch of the new Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB that day has finally come.

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    Intel 510 Series 120GB review

    Intel 510 Series 120GB review

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    Just as the world and its faithful canine companion gets ready to release its new SandForce-powered SSDs, Intel has jumped the gun with its Intel 510 Series 120GB SSD.

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    Intel X25-M solid state drive review

    Intel X25-M solid state drive review

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    Intel reckons these drives are not only massively faster than conventional hard disks with spinning magnetic platters. It also claims they will give competing SSDs based on flash memory a damn good spanking.

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