Our Seagate Pulsar.2 200GB SAS SSD RAID 0 benchmarks. It seems like these Seagate MLC SAS SSDs are performing better in RAID arrays than we would expect
The Supermicro X10SRL-F review shows a solid UP Intel Xeon E5-1600 V3 and E5-2600 V3 motherboard has a maximum number of PCIe lanes available via slots as well as the new Grantley-EP generation technologies.
We take a look at two SanDisk Lightning 206s 200GB SAS SSD in RAID 0 and perform quick and dirty benchmarks. The results surprised us.
Quick benchmarks of a SanDisk Lightning 406s SLC SAS SSD. We compare to the 200GB SLC drive, a Seagate Pulsar.2 and an Optimus 400GB SAS SSD
We have a look at Intel Fortville adapter versus X520 based and Mellanox ConnectX-3 based adapters using thermal imaging
Continuing our series with yet another SAS SSD, today we run the SanDisk acquired SMART Storage Systems Optimus 400GB SAS SSD through some quick benchmarks
Recently we have been investigating some of the higher-end SAS SSDs and now for a quick preview of the Seagate Pulsar.2 200GB SSD.
Quick benchmarks of the SanDisk Lightning 206s (34nm SLC 6gbps SAS) and an introduction to a SSD meant to get punished by heavy writes
We are in the midst of a major transition. Intel is releasing a new Fortville dual port 40GbE adapter that is going to revolutionize server networking
The iStarUSA BPN-124K-SA is a 4-in-1 trayless hot-swap backplane that eases installation and maintenance. With an average street price around $88 it is a reasonably priced option.