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Discussion in 'Storage' started by fullinfusion, Jul 4, 2012.

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    You'd be surprised what Ocz can do for you! :pimp:
     
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    was anxious before seeing the results first time, but *phew* so far so good
     
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    Is this program accurate and safe for our SSD's? Does this work for an Intel 330?
     
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    Here's mine anyway... ;)

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    Doesn't work with mine in Raid 0. Oh well it can't be good they are quite old and well used.
     
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    Broke up the raid array to do some benchmarks and firmware updates...

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    New Firmware on them and they are better now

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    Samsung not fully supported.
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    I'll post the ss of my SanDisk Extreme 240, of 2 months' use, when I get home, tomorrow night. I'm also waiting on my new Vertex 128gb, thanks to fullinfusion's encouragement.

    And as widjaja said, the Samsung isn't fully supported, as not all the info is given with ssdlife, not sure why.
     
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    They are nice. Oddly enough they really are not any faster in raid.
     
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    My old Corsair Nova 64gb ssd, it was worse than I thought :laugh:
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    I ran a bench and the write scores were atrocious! :banghead:

    I just grabbed these from my fs thread of the Vertex 4 128gb
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    Got you all beat for my Agility 3 it seems, and no way have I used it for 4 years the way it states. namely as it was not released 4 years ago LOL, also not sure where the Crucial sees 521gb, I did a fresh install new drive and it is reporting more then I installed to it, I know I transferred my steam stuff to another drive to save space so lost maybe 50gb there but beyond this what is there, is there.

    So the Agility 3 by the ratings will "live" longer full performance then the new large MX100 which even though less robust cells is supposed to have a better method of writing to those cells. I suppose see in a few weeks if this adjusts its self to a more "static" life estimate now that my install and such is finished with.
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    All is well I hope. Booting from the VisionTek and running games from the 840 EVO.
    My first SSD was a Microcenter branded Sandforce 64GB that recently died in my wife's PC. I wonder if I had run this before it went kaput if I'd have been warned of the impending failure. That drive did not last 3 years.
     
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