Reviews and Problems with OCZ Agility 3 Series (AGT3-25SAT3)
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Died within a few hours
Steve S., Newegg
1 week ago
Pros: good price... thought i could save some money, note to self - dont buy refurbished...
Cons: Installed windows 8.1, got everything installed, went to play Diablo 3, within an hour of playing my computer froze, restarted computer, noticed SSD didnt post, installed in another computer, still didnt post, RMA in progress, havent heard from Newegg or OCZ....
Cons: Showed up dead on arrival. No refund policy means that I just have to wait to RMA a new one. This would be a major setback in my build if I wasn't planning on only using this as a 2nd tier SSD for storing games. I wouldn't want to use this for my system/boot drive.
Excerpt: I guess i couldn't see a 64gb SSD from OCZ to have a long lasting life. I kept CS3 and BF3 and Windows 7 ultimate on this SSD. 7zip would extract a 4gb fifle in a couple minutes. Thats speed! Keeping less data on it did keep the boot times quick, and i would say not to keep to much information on these. Overall if youre looking for a quick fix, this would be Great.
Pros: its got a good price for its size and speed. i use it for my OS and it runs really fast. right now its only on Sata 2 connection due to my older motherboard. but it maxes out at though speeds so its still really fast compared to what i use to use
Cons: havnt had any issues in the time i have had it. and its used and running every single day since i got it
Cons: First one failed after a couple of months -fast RMA response time replaced with AGT3-25SAT3-120G.20.RF which has significantly lower speed specs oh well I bought this on the claims that were made for speed. Looking at the original ssd it is obvious that it is cobbled together from part not originally paired together. Gaps everywhere. Mine was misaligned so bad it snapped the guide off of the power connecter when the SATA cable and power connecters were plugged in. It ...
Cons: Died suddenly and somewhat spectacularly. I was using it as my main boot drive in a Mac Pro tower, disk utility on multiple computers won't even recognize that it is a drive now, let alone one with useful information on it. Thankfully I back up, and the latest back up was from about 30 minutes before the failure.