Reviews and Problems with OCZ RevoDrive Series (OCZSSDPX-1RVD)
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Went from a 5.3 to a 7.4 in Windows 7
John A. Bacon, Amazon
26 January 2014
Summary: This is great for the money but don't buy if your not willing to start over from scratch. Back up all your stuff and attempt a fresh install make sure you do your research because not all motherboards are supported.
Summary: This drive was a beast when I bought it back in 2010 before SATA3 SSDs hit the market. I've used it as my primary drive for the last 3 years. Not being able to run chkdsk has been an issue in that files get corrupted.
Summary: 373MB/s reads after 1 1/2 years of hard use. Writes are only 105MB/s which I believe used to be faster. I have used this with 2 different motherboards, both Asus and have had no problems either time using this device as my boot drive. Easy to set-up and works as it should.
Summary: I got this one working for 2 months, and one day suddenly my windows get freeze, reboot and after that the revo loose one of the drives of the raid. not able to recover the drive and the device never boot again.
Summary: super fast drive. However, it didn't last long, but I got the money back fine. It definitely worth the money, but don't expect super fast drive to be super reliable. You can't get the highest performance and the highest reliability. I'm for performance and look forward to get another one like that.
Summary: While I did expect insane speeds. I did get a performance boost and that was worth it. M4a79xtd evo motherboard was compatible, listed on their site. Great board butit only sata II only. So this card solves the 3gb/s bottleneck with sata II. Make sure you have an extra pci-e slot.