Patriot Pyro Pro Reviews

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"The Patriot Pyro 120GB is a fast SSD -- no doubt about that. But if slick looks can get you anywhere, the price is a bit steep compared to the competition at the time of writing this review."
"The bottom line is that the Pyro is a great budget drive and will be the perfect upgrade to anyone wanting a quick boost in performance as it is still a SSD at the end of the day, and that has its merit in gold anyway, but by offering 500MB/s speeds when needed most, the Pyro really is a great drive and Patriot have done a good job in marketing it by being truthful, upfront and brutally honest. It really is a simple, no-frills SSD."
"Looking at the Pyro SE from an all-around angle, we can certainly see why they have developed it to offer slightly better performance by use of the Micron synchronous memory which boosts things quite dramatically and by keeping a low price point, it still remains a fantastic, cost-effective product which in this current climate is what the consumer really need."
"In our option the Patriot Pyro has what it takes to compete with some of the best SSDs this industry has to offer. However, this capability for impressive mid-tier performance is no different from any of the other $200 SF2281-based drives and in such a cluttered market, Patriot needed something to set them apart. While the Pyro doesn’t particularly stand out as unique in its offerings, with some aggressive pricing it could be the underdog that comes out of nowhere to overtake the competition."
"The Pyro is a no nonsense solid state drive that ticks all the right boxes and is accessible for a wide audience of enthusiast user. The Sandforce SF2281 controller continues the long run of class leading performance, and the Pyro is another top quality drive reinforcing the line up."
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