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I can chose from these 6 120/128GB sata2/sata3 models:

SSD SATA3 128GB Kingston SV200S37A/128G
SSD SATA3 120GB Patriot PYRO
SSD SATA3 120GB Mushkin Chronos, MKNSSDCR120GB
SSD SATA2 128GB Silicon Power E20 SP128GBSSDE20S25
SSD SATA2 120GB Silicon Power Velox V20 SP120GBSSDV20S25
SSD SATA2 128GB Kingston SV100S2

Which of those have the best controller inside? From what I understand it is the most important thing. And plz don't suggest any other type/brand because this is what I can chose from atm....

tnx
post #2 of 7
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Kingston SV200S37A > Kingston SV100S2
the v200 is way better than the V100
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Patriot PYRO = Mushkin Chronos
Essentially the same drive, they are low end sandforce drives.
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Silicon Power E20 SP128GBSSDE20S25
Silicon Power Velox V20 SP120GBSSDV20S25
no idea on these

So you have no Crucial M4, Samsung 830, Plextor M3 Series, or Corsair Performance pro to choose from?

Here is how they compare:

Pyro
511

chronos
511

Kingston v200
496

Crucial M4
501

Samsung 830
513

Corsair Performance Pro
511

Plextor M3 Series
501
post #3 of 7
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Quote:
Kingston SV200S37A > Kingston SV100S2
the v200 is way better than the V100
Quote:
Patriot PYRO = Mushkin Chronos
Essentially the same drive, they are low end samdforce drives.
Quote:
Silicon Power E20 SP128GBSSDE20S25
Silicon Power Velox V20 SP120GBSSDV20S25
no idea on these
So you have no Crucial M4, Samsung 830, Plextor M3 Series, or Corsair Performance pro to choose from?

I have samsung 830 and corsair force 3, but they are like 40 euros more, so out of my budget.

I hear good things about sandForce. But is v200 better then pyro/chronos?
post #4 of 7
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I have samsung 830 and corsair force 3, but they are like 40 euros more, so out of my budget.
I hear good things about sandForce. But is v200 better then pyro/chronos?

save up the 40 euros and get the samsung 830 drive. It will be well worth it
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post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri View Post


I have samsung 830 and corsair force 3, but they are like 40 euros more, so out of my budget.

I hear good things about sandForce. But is v200 better then pyro/chronos?

All I hear is bad about sandforce besides from a few people lol.

I'd suggest the either the chronos or pyro b/c I am not to enlightened on the Kingston, but a guy has it and it hasn't given him issue.
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save up the 40 euros and get the samsung 830 drive. It will be well worth it
I agree.
post #6 of 7
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found for Silicon Power E20:

511

V20 is sandForce too, so I guess pyro/chronos performance

I guess I will go with Mushkin since I really like their RAM
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found for Silicon Power E20:

511

V20 is sandForce too, so I guess pyro/chronos performance

I guess I will go with Mushkin since I really like their RAM

That is in IDE mode, if in AHCI mode the score should improve
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