|Screen Size||2.5 inches|
|Hard Drive||240 GB|
OCZ Vertex 3 Solid State Drive VTX3MI-25SAT3-240G (2.5" SATA 3 6gb/s, 240GB Capacity)
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- 2.5-inch Form Factor, SATA 3, 6Gb/s, 240GB Capacity
- Sequential Read 550MB/s, Sequential Write 500 MB/s
- 4KB Read 55,000 IOPS, 4KB Write 65,000 IOPS
- Maximum IOPS 85,000, 128-bit AES Compliant
- 3W power consumption, 1.65W idle, Operating Temperature 0°C ~ 70°C
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I installed it, and after a day Windows 7 x64 started freezing on me (but no BSOD).
I read around the forums a bit, and discovered that you need to alter a couple of settings to get it to run reliably.
You need to:
1) Enable Hot Plugging for the sata channel where you installed your Vertex 3.
2) Disable LPDM for the same sata channel, by editing your registry as in:
After doing this, the drive has been running flawlessly for over a week now, without a single crash or freeze or BSOD.
The drive is super fast and boots into Win7 with all boot applications loaded in less than 10 seconds.
I am running firmware 1.06, the one that came with the drive.
Having said that, these config. options should be clearly stated in the SSD manual, and they are not.
The firmware update process is a JOKE, way too complicated, although OCZ does offer an ISO for a bootable linux cd that allows firmware updating on any machine, and also the BSOD issue, although limited (less than 0.4% of users, according to OCZ), does exist for some users.
If you want something more reliable go for Intel 510 SSD, otherwise, if you don't mind running a small risk, go for this one. It IS super fast, and after proper configuration it has been running flawlessly on my Asus P67 Pro mobo.
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Don't bother buying this SSD and I'll explain why , loading in games were VERY fast, computer boot to desktop in 5 seconds after Bios screen "literally" after i have optimized everything of course, reading+writing speed was superfast etc performance wise this ssd was a beast, but then the unexpected happens
BSOD "Blue screen of death which will force your computer to get stuck/force shutdown" this SSD is not reliable at ALL in the long run, yes if you use it for 1-2hours you might get lucky and not get the BSOD but YOU WILL get BSOD guaranteed if you keep your pc on a lot, (my power settings is set to never turn off HD and everything is optimized trust me, i have followed step by step guides by OCZ and did troubleshooting with their forums+customer support for a week and the issue still remain EVEN AFTER i did RMA the first drive, i have tried the SSDs on more than 1 computer and the issue remains) so far after 3 week of use i usually get 1 BSOD a day on average, only 2 days i did not get BSOD (but again some days i got 2 BSOD in the same day) tons of people are posting about their BSOD in the official forums and OCZ answer is "RMA it because we can not recreate the issue in our lab" they want to keep you in the RMA loop hoping maybe they fix the issue later on maybe via firmware or to let your return window pass since RMA takes a while, their last 2.06 update did not help much either, it have removed the random daily freeze and replaced it with more BSOD
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I. will never. use a regular hard drive.. again. Put your operating system on this puppy and use the rusty platters for storage. You'll never have a speed issue. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Sean Lutz
Wanted to use this for just Microsoft Windows 8.1 install. But; many things I installed filled the 120 gig space up very fast. Read morePublished on April 16, 2014 by RAL
Worked well for a month then failed.
OCZ were MOST UNHELPFUL with warranty, received it back after a couple of months, NOT FIXED.
Very disappointed... Read more
I've had this drive in production for over a year now, never had any problem at all. I think this "enterprise" SSD is not subject to high failure rates.Published on November 28, 2013 by Justin Z
I purchased this drive from Tiger Direct in December 2012 to put in my Mac Mini server, replacing one of the two internal drives. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by Jesse Petersen
I had one of these for about a year. I restored a Windows 7 x64 disk image from a few days previous and the SSD failed catastrophically. Read morePublished on July 16, 2013 by Lifespeed
This is a great Solid State drive. Super fast. A bit small in storage size but good to put your OS on it. Quality made item.Published on April 20, 2013 by Eddie