Reviews and Problems with OCZ Vertex Turbo Series (OCZSSD2-1VTXT)
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Value for money 8
OCZ Vertex Turbo MLC SATA SSD OCZSSD2-1VTXT120G
28 August 2009
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Pros: Impressive 248 MBps read and 234 write bandwidth with EVEREST, 64MB Cache buffer overcomes 'stuttering' data problem, Extremely low 0.10 ms random access time, Lightweight compact storage solution, Resistant to extreme shock impact, Up to 256 GB of SSD capacity, 3-Year OCZ product warranty with free support forum, Low power consumption may extend battery life
Cons: Metal case is heavier and less durable than plastic, Lacks integrated USB 2.0 Mini-B data connection, Expensive enthusiast-level product