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Jose,
The news is that the controller used in the vertex 4 is a MARVELL controller, rebranded as indilinx...in fact, only the firmware is indilinx.....
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This is 100% true. Link.

well ill be!!!

thanks for the education I feel like a yard now lol tongue.gif


so what gives?
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well ill be!!!
thanks for the education I feel like a yard now lol tongue.gif
so what gives?

I would say the newest Indilinx controller not being truly ready for primetime and OCZ desire to release a truly fast ssd not based on Sandforce design.

OCZ reputation took a ****kicking during the Sandforce fiasco. IMHO, all it would have taken to avoid some of it would have been to admit there was a fault and they were doing everything they could to get to the bottom of it. Instead they layed blame at the feet of the user saying it was their windows setup or unstable overclock cause the Vertex 3 bsod.
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ok im at the point where the vertex 4 looks like a good buy. I just need to poke a question of, "does anyone know if OCZ is going to pop out something new soon?"

-T
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ok im at the point where the vertex 4 looks like a good buy. I just need to poke a question of, "does anyone know if OCZ is going to pop out something new soon?"

-T
They just popped out the Vertex 4. lol

if anything they will have a V4 Max IOPS and charge a lot for it or a lower end drive come out.
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you have 1.3 firmware! update to 1.5 and you will se 1050 score in AS SSD bench
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ok im at the point where the vertex 4 looks like a good buy. I just need to poke a question of, "does anyone know if OCZ is going to pop out something new soon?"
-T

Yes they did, the Agility 4. It's a V4 controller and FW with cheap asynchronous NAND chips. So it's not as fast as a V4. So far the price difference between the two has not been that great, but the A4 price should come down soon.

On one hand I cannot understand using asynchronous NAND in a new SSD. Particularly with ONFI 3.0 NAND on the horizon next year, which is twice as fast as current ONFI 2.0 NAND. There's also new faster toggle NAND being developed.

OTOH, I could see a large capacity SSD, say 500MB to 1TB, made with asynchronous NAND. Yes it won't be as fast as the best SSDs, but its purpose would be a high capacity SSD that is still much faster than any HDD, and at a lower cost than performance SSDs. Say $250 for 500MB, and ~$500 for 1TB. As long as the relatively slower speed is clearly stated, which won't make that much difference for most users, I think it could be a good product. Or, super cheap small capacity SSDs.
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