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Patriot Torqx 128GB SSD Review - PAGE 1

- Wednesday, April 14th, 2010 Like Share






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walnuts Apr 15, 10
Agreed kspiess, would also love to own one.
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hiigaran Apr 15, 10
uhhh, i only skimmed over the article, but...what were the read and write speeds of the drive? enough for SATA III?
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Gravity Apr 15, 10
No, but consider cost. Here's something you can skim.
S2 OCZ


S2 Torqx


S3: Crucial
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Iceguy2003 Apr 15, 10
Wow that Crucial drive would be a hell of an SSD to have.
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Gravity Apr 15, 10
Exactly. I want a SSD drive, but I want it to be Sata 3.0. So I'll wait a while before upgrading till the market for them is hopefully a little more competitive. In the meantime I have other upgrades to attend.
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Quetzalcoatl Apr 16, 10
How do these work? Are they similar to USB memories? About how much is this one worth?

Will my laptop be able to use one of these? It has Windows 7, Intel Core i3, 4 GB of Ram and 450 Gb of drive C space. I recently purchased this laptop and... I'm actually a noob when it comes to these kind of electronics.
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hiigaran Apr 16, 10
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How do these work?
yeah, think of a USB flash drive. a really big USB flash drive that is really fast. as for cost, they are very expensive, and usually not worth getting for computers that cost less than $1200.

your laptop will be able to use one of them, but your specs provided mean nothing (lol @ hard drive space - the hard drive is what youd replace). youd need to find out what interface your hard drive uses first. most likely its SATA.
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dream_theater12 Apr 17, 10
Does this TRIM command has to be sent explicitly by the user via a utility or the drive does it whenever needed by itself?
But more importantly does it mean that after a TRIM command I will no longer be able to restore the data that resided in those cells with a data recovery software?

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