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Almost all ssd's have had firmware bugs(some worse than others). Early adopters get to be beta testers smile.gif

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Everyone has their own area of expertise. We all come to OCN with different areas of work, study, and experience. DuckieHo is absolutely qualified to speak regarding the subject of enterprise storage and storage systems in general. His Economic analysis of the situation AND his statistical breakdown is correct (source: BS in Economics with a focus in Data Analysis and Econometrics) (though, you wouldn't need that to make that call).

Igor, you've mostly been saying, "Well I don't agree because I don't". When challenged for supporting facts, you had none. Duckie has defeated you in this discussion.

Allow those with expertise to guide you and educate you. Don't fight them just because you want to be contrary. "...but a fool despises wisdom" (Proverbs 1:7).

I can sympathize with Duckie, though. I have been in his position and had someone like you telling me that 802.11n networking is a scam (absurd, I know). I had to spend considerable time correcting this so that others wouldn't be led astray.

Please have a willingness to learn.
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Everyone has their own area of expertise. We all come to OCN with different areas of work, study, and experience. DuckieHo is absolutely qualified to speak regarding the subject of enterprise storage and storage systems in general. His Economic analysis of the situation AND his statistical breakdown is correct (source: BS in Economics with a focus in Data Analysis and Econometrics) (though, you wouldn't need that to make that call).

Igor, you've mostly been saying, "Well I don't agree because I don't". When challenged for supporting facts, you had none. Duckie has defeated you in this discussion.

Allow those with expertise to guide you and educate you. Don't fight them just because you want to be contrary. "...but a fool despises wisdom" (Proverbs 1:7).

I can sympathize with Duckie, though. I have been in his position and had someone like you telling me that 802.11n networking is a scam (absurd, I know). I had to spend considerable time correcting this so that others wouldn't be led astray.

Please have a willingness to learn.
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Folks, please keep discussion on point and avoid breaking the terms of service. Further rude posts or other violations will result in punitive actions and deletions.
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And did you read my first post where I strictly distance thread from ,HDD,OCZ and early Corsair SSDs.I distance thread from HDD array because I never had one and i can talk about reliability of HDD array.I distance thread from OCZ because OCZ is everything but not reliable manufacturer. I thanks them for pushing this SSD story but i would never thanks them with buying one of there products. I leave that to others.
So ,12 pages and we still don't have failed SSD RAID 0 array.At this moment i strictly distance my self from this thread.There is to much fire and at this moment even if somebody report failure i would not believe them.
Of course only person i can believe is ,Sean ,parsec ,doorules and Jon Coulter aka.Bill Gates,RAID 0 reviewer from TWEAKTOWN.I would love he post here ,because he made there at least 20 reviews,to see did he had failure just one of those 20.
See you
Very well. I have over 100 Samsung 840, 840 EVO and 840 Pro SSDs along with a handful of Crucial SSDs deployed at work, this includes a small number of RAID arrays. I have had no problems with the single drive computers in the 2 1/2 years since I've deployed them. We did have 2 failed RAID arrays. One was RAID0 and the other was RAID5. I'm not saying don't run SSD RAID arrays. I'm saying it's only fair to make sure people are aware of the risk associated in doing so.
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post #126 of 181
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The various firmwares are becoming mature so hopefully the more random bug go away.

However, there have been (and probably still are) unexpected power loss issue. This is even on SSDs with capacitors. Still firmware bugs but at least they are more specific to a more understandable scenario.
In specific to OCZ's issues with SandForce SF-2xxx..... this was a popular controller used by almost everyone and everyone had issues. This includes Intel who spent another year before releasing their version, did their own QA, and provided fixes.

The reason that OCZ gets a lot of the flack for that debacle are:
1) they were first (or was it second?) to market
2) they were the biggest OEM using SF-2xxx at the time
3) their customer service response to the failures was bad

They were first, mostly introducing technologies such as RevoDrive and similar. I believe thats why OCZ was not very sucessfull. They were pushing new technology very early.

On the other hand
My OCZ RevoDrive x2 - no trouble
OCZ Vertex 2 - no trouble

Also I consider myself lucky - I purchased LSI disk controller along with disks with SandForce chips year after LSI acquired Sandforce. (I learned that much later). For now it seems like a perfect match.
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See why i said i would not believe even if somebody now post dead arrays from Samsung.
This is first post from this guy:
1.
This is second:
2.

And now his job is RAID and he is expert at his work.
3.
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Very well. I have over 100 Samsung 840, 840 EVO and 840 Pro SSDs along with a handful of Crucial SSDs deployed at work, this includes a small number of RAID arrays. I have had no problems with the single drive computers in the 2 1/2 years since I've deployed them. We did have 2 failed RAID arrays. One was RAID0 and the other was RAID5. I'm not saying don't run SSD RAID arrays. I'm saying it's only fair to make sure people are aware of the risk associated in doing so.
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See why i said i would not believe even if somebody now post dead arrays from Samsung.
This is first post from this guy:
1.
This is second:
2.

And now his job is RAID and he is expert at his work.
3.
I think its time to shut down this thread,after useless post ,DuckieHo manage to do useless thread.
Point,what point,there is no point from post number 8

I told you that my friend had a raid failure, as did several others. You can't ask for proof of something and then deny/ignore everyone who provides it just because it doesn't fit with your opinion.
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I told you that my friend had a raid failure, as did several others. You can't ask for proof of something and then deny/ignore everyone who provides it just because it doesn't fit with your opinion.
Nice man ,your first post was on page 6 and then you remember it on page 11 that your friend work in some shop and he had failed Samsung 830 array.
Ok.
Can you please tell us what motherboard was that and why you didn't tell us about that story on page 6 or 7.You know....just for the record because i am doing some notes here.
Maybe after all 13 pages of nothing we return to subject of this thread.No sorry....I SAY it is to late for that.
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