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Reliability has been a serious issue with current SF-based SSDs.
My very first venture into SSD with this PC, bought a Vertex 3, after a day it died and i RMA'd it, i decided to spend extra and got an Intel 510. No problems.
    
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post #32 of 44
Just got my M4 128g from Amazon for $191.00
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post #33 of 44
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But is it reliable?
Point is...
M4 is is fast and reliable... Plus it costs less than intel's offerings.
Intel drives are the most reliable SSDs. Period.
    
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post #34 of 44
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Originally Posted by wanako View Post
looks like they also tested this without the M4's firmware upgrade, which gives it a SUBSTANTIAL increase in performance, making it more than worth it.



some do i think and some are just the drive itself.
I was just reading through all the comments and thinking to myself "No one noticed they ran on the old firmware???"

Just an FYI to everyone who's not aware of it, the Crucial/Micron 009 firmware bumps performance by a pretty hefty 100 MB/s bringing it close to the performance of the best Sandforce drives. I might add, without the reliability problems...nor the price markup on Intel's offerings


Edited by Lucky 13 SpeedShop - 10/15/11 at 2:20am
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post #35 of 44
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Originally Posted by Brutuz View Post
Intel drives are the most reliable SSDs. Period.
Both are reliable. It seems Crucial is the better choice if you look at price and reliability.

I got my Crucial M4 256GB for $329 brand new, no tax. That is $1.285 per GB, nice deal for a FAST SSD.

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and I dont think any of the new gen drives go near the old C300 in 4K reads....
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Originally Posted by t0ni View Post
Both are reliable. It seems Crucial is the better choice if you look at price and reliability.

I got my Crucial M4 256GB for $329 brand new, no tax. That is $1.285 per GB, nice deal for a FAST SSD.
Don't get me wrong, Crucial M4s are good (I'm considering going for one, but its over $140 more than OCZ Vertex Plus 120GB RAID0 with little difference in the real world) but Intels reliability is second to none.
    
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and I dont think any of the new gen drives go near the old C300 in 4K reads....
Nope, they don't. But, that is one of the penalty's in switching from 34 nm to 25 nm nand.
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Got myself a mushkin chronos 60gb (sandforce 2281) and its been doing pretty well the past few months, got windows installed on it and everything, no BSODs yet
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Nope, they don't. But, that is one of the penalty's in switching from 34 nm to 25 nm nand.
Yep, that's exactly what I mean...they ripped us off, Im putting this C300 in a mac mini this week and replacing it with an M4, be interesting to see if for one it can get near the C300 64gb for a total restart time, The 128 gb C300, New Vertex 2 (25nm) Force sata 3, Vertex 3 couldnt.... The 34nm Vertex2 was only a second or two slower but did an Avast quick scan on my system in 22 seconds all the other drives Inc the c300 64gb take/took between 46 and 52 seconds!
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