Reviews and Problems with OCZ Agility 4 Series (AGT4-25SAT3)
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First one failed, second one worked well
Bud "Bud", Amazon
27 May 2013
Summary: I have bought the SanDisk drives since the first one failed on me. The second one has held up and worked well but I have never had a SanDisk equivalent fail so I feel more comfortable with those. I sent the first failed one in and it was exchanged by OCZ without any hassle other than having to wait for it.
Summary: I picked this up with the intention of using it as my main drive for the operating system. So far with solid state drives I have not had any luck getting them to drive the operating system. After installing the operating system on this drive I would experience errors. Finally just gave up and now use it as extra storage.
Summary: This drive is not compatible with SATA II MacBook Pros (MBP). Mine is a model 5,3. Apparently the drive will not scale down to SATA II when using the Nvidia chip set. My Mac could not see the drive when installed internally, but could in an external USB housing. It doesn't matter what OS you have the problem is at the hardware level. I believe that the drive works fine, but is a problem in many MBPs.
Summary: Drive supplied with Agility 3 paperwork (minimal) but identified itself to my Samsung NC10 as Agility 4. First I initialised the Drive with Windows XP. My mistake! SSD Drives need correct offset which is not offered by Windows XP. Re-initialised and formatted the drive using a Windows 7 installation disc and then swopped CDs to install Windows XP without accepting its offer to format the disk (again) which did the job properly.
Summary: J'ai un autre disque SSD Crucial M4 l'indice Windows était de 8 tandis qu'avec le SSD OCZ Agility 4 l'indice Windows n'est que de 7,4 c'est vrai que ce n'est pas catastrophique Mais il est plus cher et moins rapide il parait qu'il est aussi plus lent que son frère jumeau OCZ Vertex Cordialement Said CHERGUI