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post #31 of 481
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Originally Posted by yomama9388 View Post

This is rather unfortunate considering I just got my M4 the other day...

Me too......redface.gif

I'm sure they will have a fix before then though.
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post #32 of 481
NOOO! I just bought a 128GB one and installed it yesterday. Damm you OCN for pursuading me with excellent reliabilty frown.gif

EDIT: I am at 13 hours at this time. Only 5187 left D:
Edited by Taylornator - 1/5/12 at 12:17pm
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it's not over 9000 either frown.gif

LOLOLOLOLOLLOLOLOLOL thumb.gif
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Oh now you tell me wth Crucial!

Edit: Good thing I am at 40 hours
Edited by Captain1337 - 1/5/12 at 12:17pm
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I'm at 171 hours, only had the drive since Christmas.

Will it be fixable via a firmware update?
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oh what's that? sandforce issues are mostly resolved?, oh, why do crucial m4 owners bash us people with sandforce drives, mine's flawless, really reliable, no stuttering, no speed decreases, people on here are too quick to bash other products and recommend the ones they believe are more reliable or proven to be.. i mean come on sure lots of people have gotten BSOD's with sandforce drives but the majority don't have one slight problem with them i firmly believe that it's to do with hardware/software combinations with these SSD's that are with the sandforce controller.

Ya, cept on fw 1.3.3 I now get hard freezes every 2-3 days then hard drive failure message on next boot until I unplug the sata power plug and wait a minute. Then yes, sandforce is great.

On 1.2fw I only had rare bsod's mad.gif
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post #37 of 481
i read through the forum thread, there were people who posted towards the end of the topic that state they have the problem and their drives are only a few weeks old.
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Glad i have a Vertex 3 MAX IOPS smile.gif
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post #39 of 481
If you are nearing usage, return it for a replacement. If you just bought it, you have at least 2/3 of a year for them to fix the issue.

I'm happy with my SSD and until they say "we aren't fixing it" - this is probably one of the least worrysome problem I've heard of - you know exactly when it will fail.
    
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post #40 of 481
Hmmm. This makes me happy with my "lowly" Zalman purchase. 280r/270w and according to SSD life I have over 4320hrs on the drive and it has an estimated 80% life left in it or, according to Life, over 8 years.thumb.gif

On topic, I feel bad for the users of these drives.
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