OCZ Vertex 3 Pro Pro Reviews

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OCZ Vertex 3 Pro Reviews

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HardwareCanucks  --- May 02 '11
HardwareHeaven 10/10 Feb 24 '11
KitGuru  --- Apr 20 '11
Overclockers Club  --- Jun 20 '11
PC Perspective  --- Feb 17 '11
PureOverclock.com  --- Feb 24 '11
Techgage  --- Jun 22 '11
techPowerUp!  --- Aug 31 '11
TechSpot  --- Apr 14 '11
ThinkComputers  --- Feb 27 '11
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OCZ Vertex 3 Pro Roundups and Shootouts

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"All in all, we feel that the OCZ Vertex 3 240GB is a triumph of engineering which is worth every penny of its current asking price. Naturally it caters to a specific market niche but if you are in the market for a high end SSD, the buck stops here."
"OCZ don't make bad SSDs and the Vertex 3 is the latest in a long line of exceptional products from the San Jose based manufacturer. Priced at a competitive level the Vertex 3 is the fastest SATA based SSD that we have tested to date."
"We could wax lyrical all day about how wonderful this product is, but there are only so many superlatives we can use. It has set a new benchmark for Solid State performance and if OCZ can tweak the product further then the SATA 6GBps interface is going to need to be replaced, sooner rather than later."
"These benefits, which include the Sandforce 2281 controller and increased capacity, do come with a steep price tag. The current going price for the Vertex 3 comes in at $559 dollars for the 240GB version tested today and a massive $1800 for the 480GB version. This price seems to include a price premium due the availability of the drive. Unfortunately, much the same thing seen with any new tech sold online. Warranty support on this drive is three years. While that may not seem long, the drive should last well past that 3-year mark with a MFBF of 2 million hours. While Elvis may have walked out the door with the last of the DRAM at OCZ, the company has made a firm commitment to take solid state drive performance to new heights — something OCZ has most certainly done with the Vertex 3."
"OCZ is the first to get next generation SandForce out the door. While this was an engineering sample with a few kinks to work out, it is clearly a very capable performer and is bound to make early adopters and power users drool with anticipation. Bulk file throughput exceeding half a Gigabyte per second is astonishing. What was previously only possible with an SSD RAID or PCIe SSD is now possible with a single 2.5" SATA unit."