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4-Way SSD Round-up - OCZ, Super Talent and Mtron

Discussion in 'Storage' started by wolf2009, Sep 4, 2008.

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    The 32GB OCZ core SSD (Not tested) will be mine! Though still pricey, you can get one for $129 after MIR at Newegg. I remember 36gb raptors costing a bit more back in the day.
     
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    I would buy one if it was not so small and had a little more performance . I mainly intend on putting OS and a few games on it for speedy loading .
     
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    Which leads me to this question. How do you mount these things? Do they come with some sort of bracket?
     
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    good point haha - they must have some form of holders / brackets in the box to fir regular drive bays, surely?
     
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    na, since its 2.5" and its lighter than a laptop drive, it should stay with one screw in the regular 3.5" HDD bay. It worked with a laptop drive for me:D
     
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    I was consireding an 2 OCZ 64GB core SSDs but now i found out it has problems with RAID 0 and the intel storage controller, don't know about RAID on nvidia boards like the one i have, i don't know if V2 will fix this, but unless they do i'l be getting 2 150Gb veloci instead.
     
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    I like the OCZ core series. Seems to be a pretty good choice. A little slow, but all of them are.
     
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