|Hard Drive||120 GB|
OCZ Technology 120 GB Nocti Series 3.0 Gb-s Slim mSATA SATA II Solid State Drive (NOC-MSATA-120G)
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- NAND Flash Components: 2Xnm Multi-Level Cell (MLC) NAND Flash Memory, Interface: SATA II 3Gbp/s, Form Factor: mSATA
- I/O Per Second (IOPS): 11,500 IOPS
- Life Expectancy: 2 million hours Mean Time Before Failure (MTBF), Operating System: Windows XP 32-Bit and 64-Bit;
- Max Read: up to 280MB/s, Max Write: up to 260 MB/s, 4KB Random Write: I/O Per Second (IOPS): 32,000 IOPS,
- 4KB Random Read: I/O Per Second (IOPS): 11,500 IOPS
- Windows Vista 32-Bit & 64 Bit; Windows 7 32-Bit and 64-Bit
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Top Customer Reviews
On paper the OCZ SSD seems like an ideal product: the speed and performance of an SSD with the form factor of a stick of ram. However my experience with this product has been less than pleasing. I bought my first drive in February 2012 it installed easily on my mother board, a micro itx board with an mSATA port designed for ssd. Initially the performance of the device was phenomenal Windows loaded in instants and applications that used to struggle in on my less than great i5 chip got a nice boost to push them into usable territory.
I was pleased enough with the initial drive that when asked to build a machine for a friend I ordered it again. That is where the trouble started. the drive that arrived in my second order was DOA. Completely DOA it failed to be recognized by any of the various media I plugged it into, ultimately in the interest of time I sent it back. I did not think much of this issue because my primary drive was still functioning flawlessly.
However two months later the drive simply stopped loading. This was not a power surge or other issue the small desktop sat on my desk untouched as it always had and one day simply would not boot. Getting a bad drive is nothing new to me but two bad drives ordered moths apart is a little much... 150 bucks is a little steep for a drive that only worked for 4 months. buyer beware
I installed Window 8 Consumer Preview on it and then later the final release of Windows 8 followed by Windows 8.1.
Since I installed this SSD in the new tablet which never ran with its original SSD I cannot compare speeds. However the feeling I got was that I had a fast responsive tablet.
However, as time passed, I started encountering freezes of short duration more and more often. The Windows Event log had entries about the hard disk controller being reset.
Recently I decided to run a CHKDSK /R command. Upon Windows 8.1 restart the process hung at 16%. If I forced the computer to power off on next restart it would get to 16% and just hung there.
Finally I was able to get to Advanced Options and there I was told that the problem I had could not be repaired.
While some of these issues are probably related to Windows 8 (such as not being able to cancel the boot up disk check) it also looks like the SSD started to fail which accounts for the 3 stars. Shortly I will open up the Acer W500 again to remove the SD and check it out on another computer.
It turns out that the controller resets I was getting were most likely an issue with the AHCI driver in Windows 8. I just installed Windows 10 Preview Build 10041 on the tablet and so far I did not get any SSD/controller related issues on the OCZ 60GB Nocti Series mSATA SSD. Adding a star.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this almost 2 years ago and it is still working very well in my HP laptop.
The size of this is perfect for OS and programs while I use the hard disk for my... Read more
Used it on a Mini-ITX board to install the OS and other programs. I saw a dramatic boost in start-up times for windows 8 and snappy response. Read morePublished on July 16, 2013 by Joel Nelson
It's held up so far! It's not quite as fast as I had hoped (or it is rated for) but that's ok, it's still faster than any spinning drive and it makes a great secondary drive in my... Read morePublished on June 4, 2013 by Adam
It does what it's supposed to do. Better as a systems cache than a primary drive. It's too small for Windows and a game if you are ever planning on changing the OS there isn't... Read morePublished on March 7, 2013 by santosmurillo
Usually I'm very skeptical of other hard drive brands, OCZ does it right in providing the niche hard drive type. Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by theDeveloperPerspective
Installed on my Lenovo Y400. Lenovo offers a 16gb ssd for $100 as an add on. Migrated OS to ssd and set the boot order in bois. Now boot times have decreased.Published on February 2, 2013 by E.Gutierrez
I am using this in my cr-48 instead of the 16gb that came with it, running windows 7 stable and fast.Published on January 24, 2013 by protious
Cool hard drive. It made my PC boot really fast. 120g about the size of laptop memory. Had to get a adapter for it but works great!Published on January 13, 2013 by rdmlbc