OCZ Vertex 3.20 Pro Reviews
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OCZ Vertex 3.20 Reviews16
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|HardwareHeaven||9/10||Mar 19 '13|
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|ocaholic||4/5||Apr 30 '13|
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|PureOverclock.com||4.5/5||Mar 28 '13|
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"The OCZ Vertex 3.20 240GB delivers very competitive raw speed and decent IOPS for a mainstream performance drive. Simply drop the price, and we will have a winner in our hands!"
"LSI/SandForce have proven themselves as industry leaders, and their SF-2281 controller is mature and dependable. Based on the SandForce SF-2281 processor, the OCZ Vertex 3.20 SSD deliver native TRIM garbage collection and basic SMART support with impressive 550/520 MB/s transfer speeds. SandForce DuraClass technology adds their proprietary RAISE and DuraWrite features not available on other SSDs, enabling this product to last up to five times longer with less wear on NAND flash modules. The OCZ Vertex 3.20 SSD is a refreshed 20nm synchronous NAND flash version of a long-standing 25nm best seller. OCZ Technology backs the Vertex 3.20 with a three-year product warranty, in addition to actively updated support forums. Vertex 3.20 costs slightly less than other recently-launched solid state products, offset by the reduced cost of more efficient components. The 120GB version is a good entry-level starting point, but Benchmark Reviews recommends the larger capacity and better performing 240GB OCZ Vertex 3.20 SSD to enthusiasts and power users. Either version of the Vertex 3.20 will deliver an ultra-fast response time, which ensures applications open with near-instant reaction when called upon."
"The 120GB version is a good entry-level starting point, but Benchmark Reviews recommends the larger capacity and better performing 240GB OCZ Vertex 3.20 SSD to enthusiasts and power users. Either version of the Vertex 3.20 will deliver an ultra-fast response time, which ensures applications open with near-instant reaction when called upon. Noteworthy performance and good value earn the 240GB OCZ Vertex 3.20 SSD our Silver Tachometer Award."
"Whilst the Vertex 3.20 is not the cheapest ‘budget’ drive on the market, it follows a path of reliability, trustworthy performance and for those who are in a legion to OCZ, this is a worthy upgrade option short of stepping in to the high performance categories with the likes of the current yard-stick for SSD performance OCZ’s own Vector."
"While the OCZ Vertex 3.20 certainly isn't expensive, it also isn't the cheapest alternative out there. The Kingston SSDnow V300 240GB, also a recent SandForce SSD, has slightly better performance and is significantly more affordable."