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How is the OCZ Onyx?

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How is this SSD in reliability and speed? Any advice? thumb.gif
Edited by NguyenAdam - 10/16/11 at 4:34pm
    
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this is an older,l but very solid SSD. It utilizes the Idilinx, which is a proven controller with excellent durability. I still have 8 vertex with the same type of controller in a raid 0. i have had them for years and done tons of testing, solid as a rock!
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