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OCZ Mini-Kart USB 2.0 1 GB Flash Drive

Former staff writer    -   May 30, 2006


Installation
All you have to do to have your computer recognize the drive is plug it in to a USB port. There is a blue Led on the top end of the drive that lights up to tell you that the device is connected. Windows will then automatically install the USB drivers for you.


Specifications

  • Dimensions: 43mm x 19mm x 2.8mm (L x W x H)
  • High Speed USB 2.0 Certified
  • True Plug and Play (Compatible with MAC OS X)
  • Available in 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB capacities
  • Blue LED Status Light
  • Small Lanyard Key ring
  • 3 Year Warranty


Testing

    Testing Materials:
  • TT Shark Case
  • AMD 64 3700+ San Diego
  • DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI DR
  • Mushkin Blue Line pc3200 DDR Ram (2x256)
  • Maxtor 200 GB SATA HD
  • Enermax 600W PSU

For testing our Mini-Kart Overclockers Club uses SiSoftware Sandra's Removable Storage benchmark. This bench measures read performance, write performance, delete performance as well as combined index and endurance factor.

  

Stacked up to some of the most popular brands of flash drives on the market today the OCZ Mini-Kart did very well. It outscored all the other drives in its class.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation, Specfications & Testing
  3. Conclusion
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