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Unfortunately this issue was one that took them nearly an extended period of time to address which put me off initially purchasing a Max-Iops 240 Model. However now that they have addressed the issue or the root cause I will consider placing it back on a candidate build list.
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Just ordered some M4s, ehh, not like the sandforce drives are that much better I guess.
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the ssd shopping plot thickens -_~
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I've got an ASUS RoG Rampage III X58 on my main system...can I run these new SSDs properly on it?

I didn't end up looking much into it since I ended up reading about this BSOD issue.
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Ohhhhhh snap! The OCZ forums might see a lot less traffic now. Would like to hear heaps of positive feedback on this. If I can go more than 18 hours without a reboot/BSOD it would be awesome.
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Why? The M4 with update 009 is still the faster everyday drive than even the top dog max iops. 4k, not sequential, wins the battles.
Yeah, no. WRONG.

Only the sandforce with async NAND can be potentially slower than m4. The newest models with sync toggle NAND are leaps and bounds faster than the m4, i'm using both an m4 with 0009 and ocz max iops. Everything is noticeably faster on the SF2281 toggle nand drive.

Sheesh, fanboys these days
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Just ordered some M4s, ehh, not like the sandforce drives are that much better I guess.
They're not. Look at the review in my sig.

All things considered, I wish I'd have bought the M4 first.
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Hell yeah... but I'm not sure I believe yet. I have been through a lot of firmware updates on this drive.
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Why? The M4 with update 009 is still the faster everyday drive than even the top dog max iops. 4k, not sequential, wins the battles.
Yeah, no.
Only the sandforce with async NAND can be potentially slower than m4. The newest models with sync toggle NAND are leaps and bounds faster than the m4, i'm using both an m4 with 0009 and ocz max iops. Everything is noticeably faster on the SF2281 toggle nand drive.



Those write speeds are pathetic compared to kingston hyperx, ocz v3 max iops which easily tops 400mb/sec while the m4 struggles. Yeah the m4 is competetive in 4k sequential, but gets slaughtered at nearly everything else.

The only SF drives that m4 can compare to are the cheap budget async nand ones. Such as the agility 3. But those drives sell for way cheaper than the m4 anyway.
Edited by xoleras - 10/17/11 at 6:51pm
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Yeah, no. WRONG.

Only the sandforce with async NAND can be potentially slower than m4. The newest models with sync toggle NAND are leaps and bounds faster than the m4, i'm using both an m4 with 0009 and ocz max iops. Everything is noticeably faster on the SF2281 toggle nand drive.

Sheesh, fanboys these days
Fanboy? Grow up already.

I have a max iops and a M4 as well. Look at the review in my sig. The proof is in the numbers. The M4 has faster read access and higher 4k reads. That's fact not subjective opinion like you're trying to push on everyone.
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