Myce SSD Awards 2014

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#1

We’ve just posted the following review: myce SSD Awards 2014[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2014/12/awards-2014-featured-image-95x75.png[/newsimage]

2014 has been a busy year for the SSD editors.
Last year we gave a single award for what we considered was
the best consumer grade SSD then available. This year we have elected to make a
number of awards, covering both Consumer and Enterprise SSDs. We have also
decided to give an award for what we consider to be the best innovation in SSD
technology.

So let’s find out which SSDs have won our awards this year.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/review/myce-ssd-awards-2014-73918/](http://www.myce.com/review/myce-ssd-awards-2014-73918/)

            Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.

#2

Well, I certainly have to agree with all the assessments made our review team, especially with Jeremy and his review of the Intel DC P3700 NVMe SSD, I just wish it was more affordable so I could have one. But my sights are on the OCZ RevoDrive 350. which is slightly more affordable but still out of my price range for the moment. I believe and I surely do not know anything for sure, that the prices of these PCI-E SSDs will come down to a point, hopefully in my lifetime that I can but one and see for myself how a Tier 1 SSD like the OCZ bootable Revodrive 350 acts in my systems. But for now I have to go with the Samsung 850 Pro as its affordable for me and really does a great job. Thanks for this Wendy, it sure peaks ones interest and and is an extremely interesting read.


#4

Alan, I am still waiting to see more M.2 PCIe SSDs, this should be the next major step for most us that want a fast boot drive.
But I would love to have an NVMe drive on my system. You can never have enough speed ;).


#5

[QUOTE=vroom;2743676]Alan, I am still waiting to see more M.2 PCIe SSDs, this should be the next major step for most us that want a fast boot drive.
But I would love to have an NVMe drive on my system. You can never have enough speed ;).[/QUOTE]
How much faster can a computer boot, or programs open, or scans be, my computer boots in 10 seconds, I cant even hit the delete button to open the BIOS. :bigsmile::bigsmile::bigsmile::bigsmile::bigsmile:


#6

It’s the same thing as cars, you always want more power, even if cant reach 300Kph :wink:


#7

some really nice gear in this article.