Reviews and Problems with OCZ Agility 3 Series (AGT3-25SAT3)
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Phillip C., Newegg
15 July 2015
Summary: DON'T buy any OCZ SSDs EVER - they just up and die for no reason whatsoever. You don't even have to be using them - they can die just sitting idle. They probably have a timeout software glitch their evil leadership had installed just so they could sell more of them.
Pros: I guess the price was ok, except it died just sitting there not being used.
Cons: The drive died and took my main install with it. The other OCZ agility 2 I had died as well - OCZ is THE ONLY SSD brand that has EVER DIED on me. I've (own) owned a lot of other SSDs.
Cons: OCZ is a lier, it marks OCZ AGILITY 3 a 3 year wanrenty. But show support only lasts to Jan,2015. Mine is dead after 2 year and 2 month, then OCZ claims it didn't repair/replace this product anymore. what a shame!
Pros: The drive worked great for the time I had it.
Cons: The drive died just a little under the 3 year warranty. I thought I was lucky to get an RMA, until I went to check OCZ's page. Great. ( http://ocz.com/consumer/support/warranty ) * Agility Series SSDs are supported 3-Years from date of original purchase up until Jan 22, 2015, whichever comes firs...
Summary: I used to buy OCZ everything from RAM to Power supply, I won't buy OCZ anymore their customer service is horrible. now that I think about it, I remember they gave me so much trouble when I was trying to RMA my power supply that I just gave up on it.
Pros: I brought 2 of these a few months a part, 2 and a half years ago. they ran well untill the first one died a month ago and now the 2nd one is dead too.
Cons: I brought 2 of these a few months a part, 2 and a half years ago. they ran well untill the first one died a month ago and now the 2nd one is dead too. I'm trying to RMA them since it has a 3 year warranty but OCZ customer service is so BAD. they are asking me for firmware and all kind of useless ...
Summary: This drive would be great if it actually worked for more then 1 year. Same symptoms each time, BIOS would no longer recognize the drive after a BSOD. The first drive died in a laptop, the RMA'd drive they sent that died was in a desktop (More likely NOT other hardware at or software fault).
Summary: Loved it while it worked. Then last night turned on the laptop. BIOS can't detect the drive, suggests reseating it. So I reseat it, I try the drive on three different systems, I try making a bootable USB stick with the ToolKit from OCZ. Nothing can see the drive.
Summary: I'm pretty sure OCZ recognizes the fact that this drive has an unusually high failure rate. Check out the fine print on the OCZ support/warranty page: http://ocz.com/consumer/support/warranty "Agility Series SSDs are supported 3-Years from date of original purchase up until Jan 22, 2015, whichever...
Pros: Fast & High Capacity... but this doesn't mean much with such a high failure rate.
Cons: My first SSD failed after a month. Had it replaced and the replacement failed after around 5 months. Now I need to get the replacement replaced... I wish I would have purchased something else.