Reviews and Problems with OCZ Vector Series VTR1-25SAT3
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Alexis Lizardo, Amazon
4 March 2014
Summary: This drive has made my pc experience a lot better, this SSD is very reliable. Had some problems at first after an power outage but a firmware release fix that. It also came bundled with FarCry 3, good game. In all a good drive, fast and stable
Summary: I have 2 of these in my build and have not had any issues with them. they are fast as far as ssd's go.hope some day that the price per bite comes down.so those who want their system to load faster, an ssd is the way to go paired w/ a mechanical hard drive.ocz is another item I prefer for system...
Summary: I've been using this drive in my Windows 7 HP All-In-One computer for about five months now. It took a little bit of improvising to get the drive physically installed in my computer's hard drive bay, and transferring the contents of my old hard-drive to the new drive was a bit tricky using the...
Summary: It's really fast, boot time about 10 seconds on a macbook pro i7 2.3ghz (yes you can install it on mac and use a trim enabler). Blackmagic speeds 445mb/s write 495mb/s read. Faster that what I've watch the Retina SSD go.
Summary: I own this product for 6 months. I am new to SSD market, so before i bought my SSD i did an extensive research. My research narrowed my choices down to OCZ Vector and Samsung 840 pro. I couldn't make up my mind so i bought both. I bought 128 gb Vector for OS and 500gb 840 Pro for games.
Summary: This is a very fast SDD - unbelievably quick at booting up a PC. However, mine completely failed after 18 months. I purchased mine from Amazon who state the warranty is 12 months, but OCZ give a 5 year warranty - and they have honoured it.
OCZ Vector speedy 512GB SSD :- Note One important thing though !
9 March 2013
Summary: Very good SSD so far but may not be the case if you purchase one that has the older firmware so before loading it up use the Linux software from OCZ to update the SSD instructions are straight forward else you may end up with a SSD that windows won't reconise if you manually reboot OS after a freeze...