Archive for November 2007
Okay sarcasm aside, we really don't have a real need for water-proof sticks, but OCZ just launched a new memory stick which is exactly that. Now on a rainy day, knowing that your flash-media is secure and protected enough is quite a good thing. Let me quickly explain to you the stuff that really matters though. This is a 4 GB model which comes with a water-proof and shock resistant design. It should be pretty fast bugger of a memory stick though as it's rated at READ speeds ranging in the 33/35 MB/sec and comes with write speeds of 26-30MB/sec.
The tool provides a robust front-end to benchmark Crysis. It provides the ability to queue up many runs and will provide detailed results for each test as well as an overall summary with accurate averages. The first and foremost goals were simplicity and reliability in the tool and in the benchmark scores. Works with retail and demo.