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OCZ Formalizes Toshiba’s $35 Million Buyout Offer

12/03/2013, It was just a few days ago when we brought you word that OCZ Technology Group has filed for bankruptcy, and if all were to be in good order, Toshiba could very well be the one to pick up OCZ’s assets afterwards. Well, while seeing a company fall victim...

OCZ Files For Bankruptcy, Toshiba Offers To Purchase Assets

11/27/2013, OCZ is a pretty popular name for those who love high end parts in their DIY desktops, but today is a rather sad day for the company that has introduced some impressive peripherals in the past. In fact, OCZ has not been on steady waters for quite some time...

OCZ Octane announces “world’s first” 1TB SSD

10/20/2011, One of the reasons why the MacBook Air is popular, apart from its slim profile and looks, would be the SSD that it uses that allows for a speedy boot, read and write time. Unfortunately while we’d all love to sport SSDs in our computers, their limited...

OCZ quits DRAM business to focus on SSDs

01/13/2011, OCZ is a well-known company that offers DRAM modules for PC enthusiasts, especially those who love performance. If you’re an OCZ fan, the bad news is that the company has announced that it’s abandoning the market. While it’ll come as a shock to...

OCZ RevoDrive X2 PCIe SSD Offers Some Juicy Performance

10/28/2010, If you love performance and have money to burn, you’ll be drooling over OCZ’s RevoDrive X2 PCI-Express SSD. This second iteration feels very much like the first, but offers a juicy 740MB/s and up to 120,000 IOPS of performance, up from the...

OCZ Ibis Solid State Drive gets off on the right footing

09/29/2010, Solid state drives are generally noted for their superior data transfer speed, but OCZ decided to up the ante this time around with HSDL speed – where this new interface idea intends to bypass the bandwidth limitations of standard SATA/SAS...

OCZ Announces Its New Onyx 2 Series SSD Drives

09/27/2010, With solid state drives (SSDs) becoming increasingly popular, OCZ has announced its latest SSD, the Onyx 2 Series. These 2.5-inch drives claim to be priced lower than competing products, but will still offer SandForce controllers that offer maximum read...

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive

05/04/2010, At first glance, the OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive looks pretty delectable, although upon closer inspection, you might feel that this looks more like a render than an actual product shot. We don’t blame you if you feel that way, considering the mass...

OCZ reveals Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SSDs

04/12/2010, OCZ has recently unveiled a couple of SSDs this time round with the Vertex 2 and Agility 2, where they will be able to touch a maximum sequential read speeds of 285MB/sec and 275MB/sec for write speed, making both full well capable of performing 4K random...

OCZ Introduces The Colossus LT 3.5-Inch SSDs

04/12/2010, Those of you shopping around for an SSD to replace your notebook’s aging hard disk should take note that OCZ has just introduced a new model to its 3.5-inch SSD line, the Colossus LT. Said SSD boasts a SATA 3.0Gbps interface, 128MB of cache and...

OCZ Z-Drive R2 Solid State Drive Series enter mass production

04/06/2010, The OCZ Z-Drive R2 Solid State Drive Series (what you see above is its predecessor) has now entered mass production, being the second addition to the original Z-Drive family. It aims to increase the performance ante further by maximizing bandwidth, taking...

OCZ Onyx SATA II 2.5-inch SSD

03/11/2010, OCZ is back with their new Onyx SATA II 2.5″ SSD which aims to offer you the best bang for your buck, where it relies on multi-level cell (MLC)-based SSDs with 64MB of integrated cache to store your data. Performance-wise, you get data transfer...

OCZ Cryo-Z advanced cooling solution

12/07/2009, OCZ’s Cryo-Z advanced cooling solution will target the extreme overclocker as it relies on phase-change technology in order to achieve sub-zero temperatures for the processor. It isn’t rocket science to install this, as the Cryo-Z was...