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RunCore Pro V 100GB SandForce SF-1200 Solid State Drive - RunCore Pro V 100GB SandForce SF-1200 Solid State Drive
Thu Jun 24, 2010 | 12:02P| PermaLink
"RunCore makes several SSD products, from PCIe SSDs made for a specific netbook model, to desktop / notebook 2.5” form factor drives like the new Pro V. At the time of writing the Pro V wasn’t listed on RunCore’s website, but the Kylin II enterprise was listed on a RunCore enterprise site that I found off the beaten path. We will look at the internal hardware on the next page in detail, but for the most part this is a Team SandForce drive that uses the standard SF-1222 chip and pairs it with the same Intel flash we have seen in all but one SF-1200 drive to date. Testing will reveal any performance enhancements built into the RunCore firmware and we will discuss that later as well."

Rosewill FORT120 - Rosewill FORT120
Thu Jun 25, 2009 | 4:28P| PermaLink
Rosewill may be an unfamiliar name to many of you, especially for those outside the United States where their presence is still basically unknown. They are however a subsidiary of NewEgg, one of largest online computer hardware retailers in the world. Newegg formed the brand with the intent to provide high quality products, outstanding value and customer satisfaction as priorities. Today we’re going to be testing the Rosewill FORT120, a high end CPU cooler utilising direct touch technology and a tower design. They already have a number of heatsink products in their lineup and it will be interesting to see how this offering stands up against the Thermalright 120, one of the most popular air coolers in enthusiast circles.

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