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: 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: Yep, like a lot of other folks, this SSD failed on me. Should have listened to the warnings and spent more money on a better quality drive. Lesson learned. Had it installed on a new system as a boot drive running Windows 8 in Dec 2012 and 7 months later it failed.
Summary: Died in 4 months. Unacceptable. Is this meant to be a disposable drive like a Bic razor? Absolute garbage. Shame on OCZ for making, then selling a product like this. DOES NOT WORK WITH WINDOWS 8.
Summary: First off the item was not well packed and it was sent USPS (Postal Mail) in a wimpy plastic mailer bag with a thin layer of bubble wrap around it. IMHO a useless way to protect my product when you ship it.
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...
Firmware tool is a train wreck, fast track to bricking your drive
13 October 2012
Summary: I bought this drive in August, 2012, and it came with a firmware from much earlier in the year with known compatibility issues. I began the firmware 1.5 update, and found the tool to be a flat-out train wreck.
Summary: The first thing that was disappointing about this purchase was that the manufacturer mail-in-rebate wasn't honored. That wasn't very much money, but it influenced my decision to buy this product instead of one from another manufacturer.