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OCZ Enyo 64GB USB 3.0 MLC External Solid State Disk OCZSSDU3-1ENY64G

  • MLC
  • USB 3.0
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Learn more about the OCZ Technology OCZSSDU3-1ENY64G

General

Brand
OCZ
Series
Enyo
Model
OCZSSDU3-1ENY64G

Physical

Capacity
64GB
Memory Components
MLC
Interface
USB 3.0
Controller
Indilinx
Cache
64MB
Width
56mm
Depth
120mm
Height
10mm
Weight
75g

Performance

Max Sequential Read
up to 225MB/s
Max Sequential Write
up to 135MB/s
Sustained Sequential Write
up to 40 MB/s
Seek Time
0.1 ms
MTBF
1,500,000 hours

Features

Features
Anodized Aluminum Housing

Backwards compatible with legacy USB ports (2.0)

Background Garbage Collection

Blue LED indicators

Slim, lightweight Design

Included: 3' White USB 3.0 (A to Micro B) Cable

Environmental

Power Consumption (Idle)
1.1W
Power Consumption (Active)
Typical: 1.9W
Max: 2.4W
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ +70°C
Storage Temperature
-45°C ~ +85°C
Max Shock Resistance
1500G

Manufacturer Warranty

Labor
3 years limited
Parts
3 years limited

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • Raymund C.
  • 8/10/2012 1:45:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsimportant question

Pros: Working good, more than enough power is supplied

Cons: See other thoughts

Other Thoughts: So I have the power supply and just finished assembling it. But there one thing that scares me, as soon as I started the computer the first time the power supply is supplying power but the fan only spins for a good 3 secs then it stops and after I installed all my drivers and operating systems o checked the fan If it's running but still isn't. I'm not sure if it's only moving when the power supply is really hot and does it take a while before the fan starts? Please clarify thanks you!

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  • Paul M.
  • 8/29/2010 5:22:58 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsExceptional Addition to Sneakernet

Pros: If you're an IT professional who needs an external drive to work faster than any have before, this is a great purchase. The cost is a bit steep, but the performance is steeper! I've been seeing transfers and writes that weren't very far off from advertised speed, which is remarkable given that USB 3.0 SSDs are allowing for external drives to do what was previously impossible even for internal mechanical SATA drives. (I haven't posted benchmarks because my USB 3.0 implementation is new enough that there might be bottlenecks elsewhere on my machine, at a driver or adapter level.)

The drive feels rather light and plastic, but still well-made (and arguably, lighter is better since you have to carry it around even if it means the shell is cheaper.)

Cons: The primary concern? This isn't for everyone. You're paying the early adopter's fee, and the average person doesn't even have USB 3.0 ports yet or a need for tens of gigabytes to transfer at lightning speeds.

When USB 3.0 is ubiquitous, in 1-2 years, this drive will almost certainly be woefully outdated both in capacity and speed. SSDs have been getting faster and growing in capacity with every refresh, but the cost has been plummeting. In that time we might be looking at a 256GB SSD, half again as fast, in the same price bracket or lower. In other words, you might want a traditional, smaller USB 3.0 stick instead for less than a quarter the cost so your wallet doesn't feel the depreciation. I'd say that's the smarter, logical buy for 80% of everyone reading this review.

Other Thoughts: I'm giving this drive 5 eggs because it does exactly what it advertises, and it does it well. And if you're in my situation--where two machines with USB 3.0 ports aren't on the same network but you still need to transfer files in the tens of gigabytes on an almost daily basis--this drive is a godsend. It will quarter your wait times or better.

But as I said, most people aren't in that situation. Think carefully before you buy, spending this much money on an external drive (even one this fast) might be a waste.

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