They don't care about me, why should I care about them?
7 July 2013
Summary: I purchased this drive a number of months ago with the intent of using it under Linux. OCZ stated the drive didn't support Linux, but don't stop reading yet. No manufacturer ever supports Linux it seems, so I didn't expect any help if things went wrong.
Summary: Only 300 hours of use during installation of OS and programs. Turned off and unplugged for 5 months or so. When restarted, it never operated correctly again, giving the message: "Invalid Raid Drive" with the OCZ raid utility, and only indicating one 51 GB drive.
Summary: I purchased this ocz 240gb drive in May 2011, 10 months passed, still works great. The only thing I remember is that I need to disconnect all other hard drives or flashes in order to let system agree this is the drive for OS, then re-connect all my hard drives, and everything works great.
Summary: Update: Still going strong a year after my previous review below and it's still blazing fast. I must say, this drive has not degraded at all since I bought it. The idle garbage collection really does work after all. Go figure. I love this drive! Best component in my system - hands down.
Summary: It was a pain to set up as a boot drive. So many settings have to be just right to see this drive during boot you have to be lucky to get them all done. The speed even though there own test and others show as advertized I got faster speed from a SSD Sata II drive for OS operations.
Flakey product, terrible support from OCZ (Awesome support from Amazon.com)
Andrew Sigal, Amazon
27 July 2011
Summary: Recently I decided to build myself a new, screaming fast, ultra-quiet desktop computer. The centerpiece of this new machine was to be the latest and greatest in super-high-speed, zero noise storage devices - the OCZ Technology RevoDrive X2.
Summary: As the others state here, when it works this thing is a blazing monster (really liked it). However, after 5 days there was data corruption so unfortunately I was forced to return it (hopefully their next version will resolve this as I see another here had the same problem.