Today, we have an opportunity to look at one of Inateck’s newest product offerings in the FE3001 USB 3.0 HDD enclosure. This latest offering supports UASP (USB Attached SCSI Protocol) and has several other features worth checking out too. So, let’s get to it and see what this latest Inateck offering is all about.
ASUS continues its assault on the X99/Haswell-E motherboard scene with the release of their new TUF Sabertooth X99 motherboard. If enthusiast-level performance coupled with server grade stability and reliability is something that catches your eye, then ASUS thinks they have the answer in the TUF Sabertooth X99 motherboard.
G.Skill is pushing DDR4 memory to new heights yet again. This time they are releasing the fastest available Ripjaws 4 kit at a whopping 3666 MHz. The 16GB kit will be available in a 4X4GB arrangement and uses Samsung IC chips. It’s going to be fun watching just how high manufacturers can push DDR4 memory as time goes by, but you can be sure G.Skill will be at the forefront. Here is the press release we received today.
Today we get a chance to review OCZ’s latest enthusiast-level drive in the Vector 180 240GB. OCZ boasts the Vector series of drives is the “be-all and end-all of feature sets for the most demanding of users who won’t settle for anything but the best”. We will take a look at the feature set, check out the drive performance, and see how it stacks up to the competition.
It wasn’t that long ago when the future of OCZ was in doubt, which came as sad news to many in the PC enthusiast community. Luckily, almost immediately after filing bankruptcy, they were promptly swooped up by the Toshiba Group. The acquisition seems like a match made in heaven with Toshiba being a worldwide leader and manufacturer of NAND flash. The marriage definitely affords OCZ the opportunity to be much more competitive in the saturated SSD market.