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Originally Posted by MilosKralj View Post
Yes, and all those use slightly different technologies to get the desired effect, therefore the firmware for all those drives will be different.
If it's different then why are OCZ, Corsair and Patriot owners all reporting the same freeze up ending with a bsod and the drive cannot be found in bios up reboot?????????
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I was terribly unimpressed with my raid 0 M4's at 292 mb/s when i first set them up. but after a little more instruction on how to properly set them up with my new system I got them to do this for only $240 from newegg and 119 gbs available after win installation



Im quite stoked to say the least
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