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Originally Posted by bogie170Google "Vertex 3 bsod".
You might want to change your score?
Originally Posted by cooliusFail with the Score breakdown:
PERFORMANCE 47 / 50
FEATURES 12 / 15
FEATURES 21 / 35
Originally Posted by SMIFFYDUDEAre SSD ever going to be affordable?
There are dozens if not hundreds of people on the OCZ support forum having this exact issue. All their tech support is saying is to RMA the drives like that is some simple solution!
Originally Posted by 3lusivePosted by CallsignVega:
Quote:There are dozens if not hundreds of people on the OCZ support forum having this exact issue. All their tech support is saying is to RMA the drives like that is some simple solution!
Given OCZ's stability problems with some other their other ssd's, I honestly would avoid them at least till they can clear these issues up
Originally Posted by phuzzAre there any SSDs that are worth buying that cost less than £100?
Originally Posted by HakurenVALUE - 21/25
Excuse me but that was one nasty hit in the head for sure.
Value is somewhere around 2. 400 £? Really is 400 £ such good value for 240GB?! Credit-crunch, economic downturn? What credit crunch, what economic downturn!
Couldn't care less about SSDs. Just to point out that OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G costs 50 Pounds less, with slightly better transfer rates.
Originally Posted by mclean007Well it depends what you need. You can pick up a 60GB OCZ Agility 3, which also uses Sandforce 2281 but with slightly slower NAND I believe, for £95, or if write speeds aren't too important you can get a 64GB Crucial M4 for about £90. Both would make an awesome system disk.
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