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Toshiba OCZ RC100 Series SSD Review Discussion

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On paper, the Toshiba’s RC100 drive sounds like a great product for allowing mainstream consumers to finally get their hands on a low-cost NVMe drive at just $80 for the most popular mid-range capacity. Toshiba’s drive features the company’s new 64-layer BiCS FLASH and a cost-effective single-package, DRAM-less design to drive down the price inside the tiny. The RC100 also uses the more compact M.2 2242 form factor versus larger 2280 form factor M.2 2242 form factor, giving it a little more flexibility in deployment. Toshiba also quotes a solid 1,600MB/s in sequential reads and 1,100 MB/s in sequential writes, which is almost 5 times the speed of consumer SATA SSDs. Despite all of this, we were very disappointed with the write performance results of Toshiba’s new OCZ drive.




Toshiba OCZ RC100 Series SSD Review


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