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Since the info is the same, I copied the items the AS SSD link and Firmware link/info from fastpcman12's Vertex 4 thread. So the credit where credit is due!



Download AS SSD Benchmark from here: (link)
Firmware: (link)
  • WARNING: For FW 1.3 users, this is a Destructive Flash, back up all data on SSD. Proceeding with this update will result in complete loss of data on the SSD.
  • Current version -> version 1.4.1.3 and Toolbox v 3.02.12 here (non-destruct. if you have 1.4)
    http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/forum/showthread.php?102159-Interim-Firmware-1-4-1-3-Sleep-quot-Cold-Boot-quot-and-Mac-Detection-Fix
  • Updating the firmware from the toolbox is not supported when Windows is running off the drive you are trying to update.
  • Toolbox will not update a primary system drive (e.g. drive letter "C:"). You must run Windows from another drive and then update your SSD using Toolbox.
  • Bootable tools has been released. Covers Windows, Linux and MAC. Still destructive.



I have nothing to compare it to, so I don't really know how mine is performing, but here is the benchmarks I have performed. Seems to be pretty damned fast compared to the failure that was my Agility 3


421
281


Finally, if anyone else wants to join me here, then please let me know, and I will edit this post with a list of members.
post #2 of 25
So you like the way I set up that club? lol

I'll make this official once you get some members in here. smile.gif
 
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Absolutely! However, I thought someone else made that thread. Did not mean to give the credit in the wrong place
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Come join people, this club needs members!
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Absolutely! However, I thought someone else made that thread. Did not mean to give the credit in the wrong place
fastpcman12, did make it and maintains it, I just did the initial layout for it. biggrin.gif
 
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Ah - Got ya! What a great job you did!
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Come join people, this club needs members!
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Absolutely! However, I thought someone else made that thread. Did not mean to give the credit in the wrong place
fastpcman12, did make it and maintains it, I just did the initial layout for it. biggrin.gif

give credit to where credit is due to sean webster. smile.gif
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post #7 of 25
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So, now that is settled. Now if we can just get some people to join. So far, I am loving my Agility 4. Really hated the Agility 3. Speaking of which, I have to say that I will be an OCZ customer for life, or at least until they give me a reason not to. They pretty much upgraded me to the Agility 4, just because I was not happy with the Agility 3. It is a glaring contrast, compared to what I had read about the company. Maybe they are turning a corner, and becoming more customer friendly. On top of that, this Indilinx controller seems to be a vast improvement upon the Sandforce
post #8 of 25
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Maybe I am the only Agility 4 owner out there
post #9 of 25
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I guess these are still out of stock everywhere. Maybe they will start moving soon, and this will get some members
post #10 of 25
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Thought I would go ahead and post a full compliment of Benchmarks here, since it has been mentioned. It seems that Agility 4 does not care whether the data is compressible or not


AS SSD
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436

ATTO
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533

Crystal Disk Random
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318

Crystal Disk 0 Fill
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321
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