- Brand Name: OCZ
- Model Number: OCZSSD1-2VTX120G
- Disk Size: 120.0 GB
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 3 Years
OCZ Technology 120 GB Vertex 2 Series SATA II 1.8-Inch Solid State Drive (SSD) OCZSSD1-2VTX120G
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- NAND Flash Components: Multi-Level (MLC) NAND Flash Memory, Interface: Sata 3.0Gbp/s, Form Factor: 1.8 inch
- Life Expectancy: 2 million hours Mean Time Before Failure (MTBF), Reliability: ECC: 27 bytes of redundancy per 512 bytes of data
- OS Compatability: Windows XP 32/64 bit, Windows Vista 32/64 bit, Windows 7 32/64 bit, Linux, Certifications: RoHS, CE, FCC
- Max Read: up to 285 MB/s, Max Write: up to 275 MB/s, Sustained Write: up to 250 MB/s, 4k Random Write (Aligned): 50,000 IOPS, Seek Time: 0.1ms
- Power Consumption: Idle: 0.5 Watts, Active: 2 Watts, Performance Optimization: TRIM (requires OS support)
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OCZ Vertex 2 SATA II 1.8" Solid State Drives deliver the same industry-leading performance as the 2.5" edition in smaller form factor to accommodate a wider range of mobile applications and devices. Designed to excel in both sequential and read/write speeds (up to 50,000 4KB random write IOPS), the 1.8" Vertex 2 maximizes productivity for state-of-the-art computing. Using the latest controller technology, the 1.8" Vertex 2 not only provides a faster, more responsive PC experience, but promotes cooler, quieter, and more energy efficient conditions compared to traditional mechanical hard drives. Built with SATA 3Gb/s, the Vertex 2 easily integrates into today's mobile platforms and comes complete with TRIM support for the ultimate Windows 7 notebook upgrade.
Top Customer Reviews
In general, Vertex 2 continued the legacy of OCZ Vertex SSD. I've owned Vertex I and Agility I before and now having Vertex 2 120GB 1.8" installed to my HP EliteBook 2530p. The drive work quite well with Windows 7 with standard installation (100MB Windows 7 system reserved partition, follow by the OS installation partition) and archived good result in ATTO.
Have some issue with hibernation...
Neutral (Across all MLC SSD now)
- Drive maintenance issue...it's a MLC (Multi Layer Cell) SSD, anyway
- Tuning required to maximize the performance