Reviews and Problems with OCZ Vector Series VTR1-25SAT3
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Value for money 8
OCZ Vector Solid State Drive
12 January 2013
Conclusion: IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time.
Pros: Industry-leading 5-Year OCZ product warranty support, Impressive 559/536 MBps read/write transfer speeds, Random 4K writes produced 57,398 IOPS at 50% capacity, Indilinx Barefoot 3 processor offers native TRIM support, Automatic AES data encryption, Offered in 128/256/512GB storage capacities, Li...
Summary: Final Thoughts
If the Vector was the last ditch effort of a dying company it would be a valiant one, but I don’t see OCZ going anywhere. The Barefoot 3 controller is what OCZ has been working towards for the past few years.
Pros: – Great performance, – Solid data transfer performance, – Acronis True Image software included, – Does not have the incompressible data issue like SandForce drives, – 5 year warranty
Summary: OCZ's Vector SSD is an excellent new drive that will provide positive momentum to OCZ, which has recently been plagued by poor business news. This drive's in-house Indilinx controller and its cheap, readily available synchronous NAND flash also lead to better margins for OCZ by ensuring cheap...
Pros: Very high performance, Stable steady-state performance, Supports TRIM, 5 -year warranty, 7 mm thin - Ultrabook compatible, Acronis TrueImage HD license included
Summary: OCZ Technology have finally finished their own groundbreaking hardware platform for solid state drives – Indilinx Barefoot 3. And they have every intention to reshape the market by launching their first SSD series based on it called OCZ Vector. Will they succeed?
Excerpt: The 256GB version of the OCZ Vector SSD marks the first time OCZ has used a controller developed entirely by Indilinx, which it bought in early 2011. Previous Indilinx-branded components have used Marvell chips, but the Barefoot 3 controller inside the Vector is an entirely home-grown chip.