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post #31 of 35
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Do you guys think the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series SNVP325-S2/64GB would be my best bet?
The price is definitely right, but I'm wondering how it compares to the other SSDs mentioned in this thread.
post #32 of 35
Would you guys get a 120gb Vertex3 Max io or a M4 128gb for real world performance (m4 being 30£ cheaper)
post #33 of 35
I would go with a 32nm drive so nothing like the C400 (25nm fabrication). They live a bit longer but have less life. I would go with Mushkin (Callisto Deluxe is pretty good), Crucial (C300), or OCZ (One of the Vertex series drives).
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post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post
I would go with a 32nm drive so nothing like the C400 (25nm fabrication). They live a bit longer but have less life. I would go with Mushkin (Callisto Deluxe is pretty good), Crucial (C300), or OCZ (One of the Vertex series drives).
post #35 of 35
OCZ got good marketing and with those peaks 500 MB/s write numbers, consumers will tend to choose this product over, say, Crucial m4.

But in practical applications and by looking at general people reviews on the net, Crucial m4 seems to be a more reliable and stable product that is as fast as the OCZ vertex 3.

OCZ vertex 3 really suffer in writing incompressible data.
And those peak numbers are only achieved at high queue depth.

Do you know guys, at which queue depth ssds behave in average practical applications ?
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