|Hard Drive||128 GB|
OCZ 128GB Petrol SATA 6Gb/s 2.5-Inch Value Solid State Drive(SSD) with Max 360MB/s Read and Max 4KB Read 32K IOPS- PTL1-25SAT3-128G
|Price:||$99.73 + $7.27 shipping|
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- Max Read: 360 MB/s ; Max Write: 135 MB/s
- Random Read (4KB): 34,000 IOPS; Random Write (4KB): 4,000 IOPS
- MTBF: 1.25 million hours
- Indilinx nDurance increases NAND life up to 2X of the rated P/E cycles
- TRIM support
- AES and automatic encryption to secure data
- Innovative latency reduction technology (read as low as 0.06ms and write as low as 0.09ms)
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I did a lot of research on SSDs prior to making my purchase, this is by far the best price/GB for any 120-128GB SATA III SSD at the time I bought it. There were a lot of complaints about the drive, but it appeared to me that the majority of them come from people who haven't updated their firmware or set their SATA mode to AHCI in BIOS. Based on what I've read, these two steps are basic things you would have to do for any SSD. Although you could say it should work out of the box, consumer SSDs are just not as technically mature as HDDs, so less informed or less tech savvy people are going to run into these problems. For me this drive never gave me problems probably because I followed these two basic steps. OCZ's Agility 3 and Vertex 3 also ran into problems when they were introduced and since then, firmware updates have fixed those issues. From what I read, Petrols came out at the end of 2011, so I assume it took OCZ some time to figure out the details as well. Other very reputable manufacturers, like Corsair and Intel, also had firmware bugs when their SSDs first arrived on the market.
I also noticed OCZ released version 3.15 of their Petrol firmware recently so for those buying the drive now, it goes without saying do go and upgrade to that version before using it.
I will never buy anything from OCZ again! Stay away from the Petrol series.
From there it would hang and not be detected by any system I had(Dell,Intel ,Fujitsu).
To top it off,I got a replacement and it was DOA within minutes of being initialized.
Somebody needs to report these folks to the FTC as this product is a joke!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Expensive and only lasted 14 months before dying. Won't buy another one from this company.Published 17 months ago by Philip C. Franz
failed after 4 days of uses. I tried to delete a file, and the whole drive was dead.
worst ssd in the market despite the crazy speed registered during the 4 days of use. Read more
So, this is directed at the manufacturer. Amazon was easy to deal with, and the transaction/shipping went off with out a hitch as always. Read morePublished on January 6, 2014 by T1Ger
It is very fast. Fantastic. But that tecnology is vrry expensive yet. I thing it's better in same time. I hope.Published on October 2, 2013 by Orestes Dionisio Guidali
AND I TRIED TO CONTACT WITH THE MANUFACTURE A MANY TIMES BUT DOESN'T DO NOTHING TO HELP ME WITH THE PRODUCT, DON'T BUY FROM THIS COMPANY Have the the worst response from the... Read morePublished on September 15, 2013 by andreas
I have had two of these drives go bad in the past 6 months. I am in the process of RMAing these; however, it is very frustrating when you get an OS installed and after a period of... Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Jeff Missey
Have it in a desktop with SATA II headers so have not been able to confirm the read/write speeds as advertised, but it's a heck of a lot faster than any spin drive out there and... Read morePublished on January 1, 2013 by RH
I bought one of these puppies to host a virtual disk for development work. A few months later, it vanished! Read morePublished on November 19, 2012 by D. Raskin