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8.8 out of 10

OCZ Synapse Series (SYN-25SAT3)

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OCZ Synapse Cache 64GB Solid State Drive Review

ThinkComputers
6 February 2012
  • Summary: Final Thoughts You know I honestly was a little skeptical about these supposed caching drives.  I mean I knew what they were supposed to do but I did not expect to see such a performance increase.  I mean using the hybrid solution is just like using a normal solid state drive really.  The performance I saw was just extraordinary, especially since I knew the drive I was testing was not a solid state drive, I was testing a hybrid solution.
  • Pros: Near solid state drive performance, Improves Windows 7 boot time, Easy to setup software, 3 year warranty
  • Cons: Dataplex software can only be used on Windows 7 systems
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Overall 9
9.0

OCZ Technology’s Synapse Cache 64GB SSD Reviewed

Futurelooks
14 December 2011
  • Summary: OCZ’s Synapse Cache SSD product is meant for users who want a cheaper, no-fuss SSD caching alternative to a full system upgrade or even an OS re-installation on a new SSD. Synapse’s performance and cost probably won’t appeal to current Intel Z68 system owners or users that want a full sized SSD to hold their OS. That said,  the cost of the 64GB Synapse is $154.99 and 128GB $254.99  are not comparable to pricing for similar sized SSDs.
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Overall 10
9.5

OCZ Synapse 60 GB Caching SSD

techPowerUp!
18 November 2011
  • Summary: OCZ's Synapse Caching SSD is truly an impressive product. It enables you to get near-SSD performance from a hard disk, of any size, multiple TBs are no problem. Installation of the software is easy and can be completed even by novice users. On the other hand there are no tweakable parameters for power users, not that we saw any need for manual tweaking - the drive combo performed great out of the box.
  • Pros: Huge performance improvement, Relatively cheap way to get SSD-like performance for a big harddrive, Simple software setup, no tweaks required, SATA 6 Gbps support, Supports TRIM, 3 year warranty, Nice looking, rugged metal case, 3.5" adapter included
  • Cons: Dataplex only works on primary HDD, High price, considering this a 60 GB SSD, No support for Linux/MacOS, No tweakable parameters
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