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No issues here, going on 2 years with my Agility 2.
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OCZ drives, well I would suggest staying away from all of them. tongue.gif
And that would be a terrible suggestion.
The Vertex 2 and Vertex 4 are some of the best SSD's to release, and smoked the competition for the price while having as good if not better reliability.
OCZ makes a great SSD, and the new Vector is a solid drive with a quality controller.
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My only issue with SSD's is that they often "forget" files you created if they are not shut down properly, like because of a BSOD or other freezing. I've lost (small amounts of) work because my PC crashed hours after I had done whatever I had to do (like work on images). I save mission critical files on my HDD. OS, programs and games aren't a problem because it only loses data created in that session so once they installed, they're mostly safe.


Just installed a 128 GB Crucial M4 (it was on sale, otherwise I would've gotten a Samsung 830) in my laptop instead of the 5400 RPM HDD. Feels good, man.
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About these glitches, I backup my Samsung 830 once a month to a mech drive that has a few images on it....clean installs, BF3 updates, OC trials etc. Takes about 5 minutes to write all 64GB. to an .img file from Macrium.
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what glitch is that? my intel SSD has never deleted anything, ive had nearly a year now.

I'll try to find the links, but there were quite a few.
One was with Intel drives where they would delete all your data and bring you down to 8 MB. Another was with Crucial drives where they would mess up after a certain amount of time. And there was a whole bunch with OCZ drives.

After reading about them, I just decided to stay away altogether.

All of those are fixed in firmware patches, generally I stick to last-generation SSDs because they're bulletproof, my friend got a Vertex 2 when the Vertex 3 had just came out, paid a hell of a lot less with no actual noticeable performance penalty and completely missed the BSOD Sandforce bug.
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I'll try to find the links, but there were quite a few.
One was with Intel drives where they would delete all your data and bring you down to 8 MB. Another was with Crucial drives where they would mess up after a certain amount of time. And there was a whole bunch with OCZ drives.
After reading about them, I just decided to stay away altogether.

that intel issue was with the sandforce controllers, mine is pre sandforce, its a 320 series from last year xmas time. lol

OCZ ive heard too many horror stories about, and crucial is starting to slip up

Sandforce is fine now though, my Force 3 is fine while my M4 is dying. (Getting a 330 180GB to replace it)
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Never had an issue with my Corsair Force 3 or ADATA, both SandForce

Same here zero issues with my corsair force series 3 240gb ssd.

I feel like a lot of glitches or issues are completely blown out of proportion, just like how people thought ssd were less reliable than hdd's when in fact they are more reliable because of no moving parts.

Definitely, but there was serious issues..It just proves again that you don't go to immature tech, wait for it to mature out a bit, it's the same as people who bought early high voltage DDR3 for future proofing and got screwed over because 1.65v became the norm overnight with 1366 CPUs.
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I think Frock is referencing the 1year bug with Crucial M4s. But to me I think anyone putting anything vital on a SSD is asking for trouble. There is just too much that can be screwed up with them as they stand right now. So the basic thing is get one big enough for games, OS, and programs and put anything you can't live without on 2-3 HDDs. For the price they're too risky as important data storage but they're perfect for speeding up a slow computer. Still wish that prices on both SSDs and HDDs would go down but something tells me I'll be waiting a while.

I had 3 HDDs die this year, and one SSD...Not a big sample size but they're a lot more stable assuming you're on a mature platform.
But if you have stuff like "My Documents" on any drive without a backup you're an idiot anyway, plus SSDs are better to just have programs, the OS, etc on it.
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Good thing too. It's an awesome platform as far as speed goes, the only issue has been it's limited space and the occasional bad batch going out the door.
Can't wait til they're priced more in-line with conventional HDD's. 500Gig SSD for 150? Yes, please!

Conventional HDD's are not even back down to normal price -.-

Yes, yes they are, pre-flood I paid $129 for a 2TB drive, I could get a 3TB drive for $149 now.
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Bleh in all honesty even with such very frequent writing you'd likely want to upgrade your entire system before it even goes out. Lifetime will always vary of course but at the prices of HDDs right now it's hard to warrant getting one over an SSD, exception being when you need 500GB or more obviously.

It's not the write number I am worried about as much as the space. a 30 second to 1 minute clip of 1080 video for me is about 25 GB I don't like compression until I encode so collecting all of those videos before encoding can sometimes be as much as 600 GB. Its the space that is still an issue for me.

And why do 1080p movies need to be on an SSD? You get a large HDD for that type of storage and an SSD for programs and games.
    
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The only issues I have on my old SSD is that when windows first boots into the desktop 1-5 minutes in it will "hang" for about 30secs-2 mins. I can move the mouse and all but I cant open anything that is stored on the SSD. I cant press start, documents, or launch games that are on my SSD. everything will open after it comes to.
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I've had my Corsair Force 3 RAID0 stable and untouched coming up on 14 months now. I've yet to format the array once, let alone re-image Windows. It's stable, it's fast, and the only difficulty I had with this setup was during the first weeks where S3 sleep caused the PC to blue screen. Since I updated the mobo and ssd f/w, I've had 0-issues.
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Bleh in all honesty even with such very frequent writing you'd likely want to upgrade your entire system before it even goes out. Lifetime will always vary of course but at the prices of HDDs right now it's hard to warrant getting one over an SSD, exception being when you need 500GB or more obviously.

It's not the write number I am worried about as much as the space. a 30 second to 1 minute clip of 1080 video for me is about 25 GB I don't like compression until I encode so collecting all of those videos before encoding can sometimes be as much as 600 GB. Its the space that is still an issue for me.

And why do 1080p movies need to be on an SSD? You get a large HDD for that type of storage and an SSD for programs and games.

Agreed. SSDs aren't for media. Annoys me when my wife wants to take a shortcut and save photos/videos to the desktop to find it easier after telling her not to. After a year my Force 3 still has 98 or 99% health/life on it using that SSD tool that "predicts" your SSD's life expectancy, and it should as all I've ever really written to it were 3 OS installations (7, upgraded to 8, then went back to 7), all the programs I have on there which have stayed there pretty much permanently, and the few games I have that I really want loading quicker like BF3 and PS2. I have about 10GB/7GB free on my 2 partitions for any few other programs and games I might want. I'll likely upgrade for a Samsung SSD or even a pair if the prices keep dropping. thumb.gif
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And why do 1080p movies need to be on an SSD? You get a large HDD for that type of storage and an SSD for programs and games.

He's talking about recording uncompressed video to the drive, not putting movies on it. SSD's are perfect for that kind of application, given you have enough space to fit the whole thing you're trying to capture.
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Agreed. SSDs aren't for media. Annoys me when my wife wants to take a shortcut and save photos/videos to the desktop to find it easier after telling her not to. After a year my Force 3 still has 98 or 99% health/life on it using that SSD tool that "predicts" your SSD's life expectancy, and it should as all I've ever really written to it were 3 OS installations (7, upgraded to 8, then went back to 7), all the programs I have on there which have stayed there pretty much permanently, and the few games I have that I really want loading quicker like BF3 and PS2. I have about 10GB/7GB free on my 2 partitions for any few other programs and games I might want. I'll likely upgrade for a Samsung SSD or even a pair if the prices keep dropping. thumb.gif

I feel ya... my wife does her work on my computer when I am not there... when I get home she has a ton of PDFs on the desktop >.<...maybe the only annoying thing about SSDs
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And why do 1080p movies need to be on an SSD? You get a large HDD for that type of storage and an SSD for programs and games.

He's talking about recording uncompressed video to the drive, not putting movies on it. SSD's are perfect for that kind of application, given you have enough space to fit the whole thing you're trying to capture.

Why is a normal HDD not suitable for that? Even the biggest uncompressed 1080p isn't going to top the 100MB/s sustained write of an average HDD.
    
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