Written on March 27, 2017 By Support Team
There are two main differences between enterprise-level and desktop-level hard drives. One being that enterprise drives have error correction firmware that enables the drive to verify that the read/write cycles are correct. Secondly, enterprise…
Written on March 21, 2017 By Support Team
Solid-state hard drives come in two flavors:
SLC (Single-Layer Cells)
MLC (Multi-Layer Cells).
What’s the difference?
Written on March 13, 2017 By Support Team
We get plenty of questions asking what RAID edition drives actually offer. Generally, the answer was firmer springs for vibrations in larger arrays and a longer warranty. One of the features of the RAID edition drives could be unlocked…
Written on March 7, 2017 By Support Team
Still deciding between software and hardware RAIDs? We covered some of the differences between RAID controllers in our article “What is the difference between hardware, software, and fakeraid?”. However, we noticed that people…
Written on February 28, 2017 By Support Team
There exist many utilities out there that are must-haves for either system diagnostics or peace of mind when receiving a new unit. Many of them are listed and divided below in terms of the device/issue they may be used to test.
Written on February 20, 2017 By Support Team
We’ve all been there for a system crashing or having a hardware issue. Finding the causes of this issue can be tricky if you don’t have the right tools. Luckily, Ultimate Boot CD exists to help us get through these problems.…
Written on February 14, 2017 By Support Team
Redundancy can be applied to a computer by several methods. It can be offered in terms of backups, or in terms of system uptime. It’s use and value varies by the end user and intended use.