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 Post subject: OCZ Vector 256GB SSD Review
PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2012 4:41 pm 
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Ello, Ello,

We at MaxPC just posted our review of the OCZ Vector 256GB SSD: http://www.maximumpc.com/article/%5Bpri ... ssd_review

^We thought it was pretty kick ass. :)

Just thought you would like to know!

- Maximum PC Online Managing Editor Jimmy Thang


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 Post subject: Re: OCZ Vector 256GB SSD Review
PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2012 4:49 am 
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More detailed reviews are up and available everywhere. I find it very interesting. So far this controller and the LAMB controller are next gen controllers I've seen (there could be others) that get around 0.030 ms latency in AS SSD. I know AS SSD measures latency with what I feel is a useless 512bytes for SSDs. 4k would have been best, but it's a good gauge. Previous generation controllers all the way back to the 2009 Intel G1 are capable of 0.060 ms latency.

Latency and real world read benches (like Anand's light workload read) are the two good ways to get a feel of how nimble an SSD is and it's performance in real life. Sequential is primarily marketing. You really only see sequential speeds when cloning, backing up, etc. ... which ironically almost never happen on nand.


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