Reviews and Problems with OCZ Agility 4 Series (AGT4-25SAT3)
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SSD died and lost all my data. Even though ...
Lee Xie, Amazon
15 February 2015
Summary: SSD died and lost all my data. Even though it should be in warranty, The original manufacture went bankrupt and the company who acquired them is not accepting any liabilities. See email I got below from the new Compnay: "Your product was manufactured and sold by OCZ Technology Group, which filed for...
Summary: The product is ok. The company SUCKS! This drive was installed in my MacBook Pro approximately 2 years ago. It died about 2 weeks ago. Unfortunately, I didn't purchase on Amazon and no longer have the receipt.
Summary: I bought this drive to go with the bare bones kit I built about a year ago. I use it for my system drive. Along with my AMD A10-5800K processor, I get boot times for Windows 8.1 Update of about 30 seconds, down from the 45 Windows 8 used to take.
Cons: I purchased this drive in 2012. I used it for about 8 months before it completely died. Shows up sometimes and sometimes it does not. Before it died, it would take 3 or 4 reboots to get it to show up in the bios. Many times it would require me to reseat the drive to get it to show up for a few ho...
Summary: I bought this in September of 2012, and it has been working well up until about a month ago. Since then, I've had to rebuild my PC 4 times and finally confirmed it is the SSD. Their warranty process is also asinine.
Summary: As of right now I cannot give this a good review. I have had it 10 months and it failed. Cannot recover my data. Looking back it looks like it was a bad SSD from the start but had not totally failed yet.
Summary: Drive #1 shipped with new computer we purchase, SSD died within 60 days but by the time I got to contacting the company that sold it to me it was out of their warranty. Contact OCZ, RMA, new drive comes in.
Summary: The SSD drive makes this computer introduced five years ago feel like new. I bought it a year ago for an amazing Black Friday price elsewhere, and later built a homemade Fusion Drive for my MacBook Pro with it and a 750GB conventional hard drive.