Patriot Pyro SE Pro Reviews

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Patriot Pyro SE Reviews

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APH Networks  --- Jan 20 '12
Benchmark Reviews 9/10 Dec 05 '11
Bjorn3D 9/10 Dec 23 '11
HardwareCanucks  --- Apr 25 '12
Legion Hardware  --- Dec 14 '11
MadShrimps  --- Mar 05 '12
Overclockers Club  --- Dec 11 '11
PureOverclock.com  --- Dec 12 '11
ThinkComputers 9/10 Mar 04 '12
X-bit labs  --- Mar 15 '12
Neoseeker  --- Jan 09 '12
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"The only set of tests the Pyro SE 240GB did not perform exceptionally well in is PCMark Vantage. I am guessing this is more of a firmware issue than a hardware disadvantage, so if Patriot could continue to work on optimizing their code, we can certainly expect to see better results down the road. The bottom line is, where else can you find such a sleek looking drive that's assembled in the USA?"
"Our testing of the Patriot Pyro SE demonstrated impressive performance across every benchmark, often rivaling the OCZ Vertex 3 series or outperforming OCZ's Max IOPS Edition. The asking price may seem higher than competing models, but discounts and rebates restore Patriot's competitive edge. Price notwithstanding, there's a lot of great features in the Patriot Pyro SE that make it an excellent SSD storage solution worthy of any notebook and desktop computer."
"The Patriot PYRO SE SSD has excellent performance. Though it is very expensive, for its outstanding performance, it earns the Bjorn3D Silver Bear Award."
"The Patriot Pyro SE may not be able to compete with the fastest drives available, but when all of the factors in its favor are properly considered, there really is only one thing we can say about the Patriot Pyro SE: it’s a Dam Good Value. It may not be the biggest or fastest drive we have ever seen, but consumers who need good performance, a reasonably high capacity and a low asking price need look no further than the Pyro SE 240GB."
"For now Patriot is doing a reasonable job of competing with OCZ on the pricing front, though the Pyro SE series is still slightly more expensive than the Vertex 3 range. That said, when compared to other competitors such as Kingston, the Patriot drives are much cheaper. Therefore we have no problem recommending the new Patriot Pyro SE series as it provides strong performance at a reasonable price."
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