OCZ may have learned a lesson from its competitors that swapping NAND flash memory in an existing solid state drive line tends to irritate customers. Rather than go that route with its Vertex 460 line and risk a public outcry, OCZ this week announced its new Vertex 460A SSD family using newer A19 Multi-Level Cell (MLC) NAND flash memory chips provided by its parent company, Toshiba.
It looks like Thermaltake is concentrating on fleshing out its Core Series of computer cases. It already has the Core V1, a cube-shaped case for mini ITX motherboards, and the Core V71, a full-tower enclosure with support for E-ATX motherboards. Now Thermaltake is releasing its Core V51, a windowed mid-tower chassis that sits in between the other two with "unprecedented space" for your high-end parts.
There's no mistaking the target audience for Corsair's new line of power supplies; it says so right on the box. Enthusiast Series TX V2, is the name of the new line, which is the successor to the original Enthusiast Series TX family. This time around, Corsair says you can expect more of the same -- like Japanese capacitors and a comprehensive fixed cable set -- as well as improved energy efficiency, 80PLUS Bronze certification, and lower noise levels.