Now that Toshiba has bought OCZ and brought the company back from the brink of death, how are their SSD products? Stability?
Why I ask is that I'm considering the replacement of my current Samsung 840 EVO because... well, you've read the stuff about it. Decreased performance when reading old data.
OK, with that being said... there's the OCZ ARC 100 and the Vertex 460A. Both of them seem to be decent devices on paper. The only thing that scares the hell out of me is that the specifications for both SSDs state that they use 19nm MLC NAND Flash. If you know anything about the 840 EVO issue you'd know that the 840 EVO uses 19nm NAND Flash as well. You can see why I'd be worried about going from one 19nm SSD to another 19nm SSD. I don't want that decreased performance issue again.