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Old 04-05-2011, 10:48 AM   #1
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hello guys i am thinking to get a ssd with about 40-60 gb capacity. i have been looking at this 3 SSD's. anyone has any suggestion as i cant decide:

OCZ Solid 2 Series SSDisk SSD 2,5" 60Gb. SATA2-Retail OCZSSD2-2SLD60G

CORSAIR Force F40 SSD CSSD-F40GB2 Solid Disk 2,5" 40Gb. 280Mb./270Mb. SATA2

OCZ Vertex 2 Solid Disk SSD 2,5" 50Gb. SATA2-Retail OCZSSD2-2VTX50G

Team Group Exreem SSD Sandorfce S1 2,5" 60Gb. Read 285Mb.-Write.275Mb. /sec. SATA-2 TG060GS25AS1M

also i have seen this pci express SSD that is 180 euro
OCZ RevoDrive PCI-Express SSD 50gb - OCZSSDPX-1RVD0050 Read: Up to 540 MB/s
Old 04-05-2011, 11:23 AM   #2
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OCZ Vertex2, Team Group Xtreem and Corsair Force all use the same SandForce controller. Pretty much the same speed (from my limited look anyway)-

Yeah, I know, slightly different sizes in the tests, but sometimes you cant find the exact set of benchmarks you want....

OCZ Vertex 2 is a lot faster than the OCZ Solid 2.

OCZ RevoDrive has no TRIM.

It would come down to OCZ Vertex2, Team Group Xtreem and Corsair Force for me anyway. I wouldnt get a SSD with no TRIM, and the Solid 2 is quite a bit slower than the Vertex 2.

I'd probably go for the OCZ Vertex 2, but without doing some more serious digging I cant be 100% sure. Price could make a major difference as well.


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