Excerpt: One of the major ways to increase your computers speed and effectiveness is by upgrading your regular hard drive to an SSD (Solid State Drive). With increased speeds, some other major differences in upgrading to an SSD drive are the fact the an SSD drive is completely silent where as a regular hard drive has moving parts in it which cause all those annoying noises and clicking sounds you most definitely hear when you are working with a laptop computer.
Conclusion: Excellent read and write performance Attractive cost-per-GB TRIM support Drive may not reach peak performance with incompressible data The OCZ Vertex 2E 120GB solid-state drive can be purchased from SCAN.co.uk *. At HEXUS, we invite the companies whose products we test to comment on our articles. If any company representatives for the products reviewed choose to respond, we'll publish their commentary here verbatim.
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Excerpt: In June, we tested OCZ’s Vertex Limited Edition , one of two drives we had that used the SandForce SF-1200 controller. At the time, we wondered why OCZ would artificially limit supplies of an SSD with such great performance. And now we know: It was a trial run to help SandForce, a recent startup, gain capital to scale up production. It’s since done that, and in gratitude to OCZ has granted the company exclusive random-write-IOPS-boosting firmware for its Vertex 2 drives.
Pros: Blazing fast. Exclusive high-IOPS firmware. Capacities up to 480GB.
Summary: Final Thoughts
This only being our second SandForce-based solid state drive we really did not have much to compare the Vertex 2 to, but we do know from our testing that it does perform much better and smoother than the SandForce-based
. So if there was a choice between the two I would go with the Vertex 2.
This 120GB version (OCZSSD2-2VTXE120G) of the Vertex 2 drive is actually part of what OCZ calls their Extended Series.
Pros: – Best performing SandForcebased solid state drive to date, – 281MB/s read and 241MB/s write in ATTO, – Best IOPS performance we have seen from a solid state drive, – 3year warranty, – Included mounting bracket
TEST: OCZ Vertex 2 60GB – ultimátní výkon SSD za skvělou cenu
15 October 2010
Conclusion: S provozními vlastnostmi se i u SSD disků setkáme, ale jak pokaždé pravím, není moc o čem psát. K měření spotřeby přístroje nemám a ani nejsou potřeba, neb SSD disky si berou doslova pár, některé dva páry wattů. Výrobce u Vertex 2 informuje o +/- dvou wattech při práci disku a 0,5W v klidu. Tyto hodnoty nás mohou zajímat možná u notebooků či netbooků, ale hlavní je, že jsou nižší, než u velikostně srovnatelných 2,5“ plotnových disků.