Popular OCZ Articles for 2010
With the holidays passing, a lot of people are just getting around to setting up their new computer, and no doubt have questions about what to do and how to[...]
Until now, the vast majority of solid state drives on the market have been produced by companies not all that well known for being in the storage business - Intel,[...]
OCZ has been working on solid state drives for some time, and they've reached the point where relying on the traditional SATA standards just won't do. The retooled Z-Drive represents[...]
It's here again. The day after Thanksgiving, while most of America wakes up from the stupor brought on from eating too much, drinking too much and watching too much[...]
OCZ took the wraps off its latest USB-powered SSD, the Enzo. Enzo takes advantage of the speed increases built into USB3.0 - for the first time, portable solid state[...]
OCZ has been putting out SSD after SSD for years now, and they've even gotten to a second revision of their more affordable line of PCI-e solid state drives.
While OCZ has become pretty well known in the enthusiast PC segment for their high-speed solid state drives (SSDs), the company has only very recently set their sites on the[...]
Those 256GB drives just not enough space? Today OCZ announced the development of 400 and 480GB solid state drives, new entrants into their Vertex 2 and Agility 2 lineups.
Today OCZ announced the release of their new Deneva series enterprise SSDs that support a wide range of customizable options. OCZ offers a wide range of interface options including SATA,[...]
OCZ has always been known for producing some pretty high-quality components for enthusiast PC users. In the past, they were mostly known for memory; these days, it's easily their SSDs.[...]
We've always been satisfied when reviewing OCZ's drives in the past. Now comes a reportedly even faster drive from the memory maker that builds on the experiences delivered by their[...]