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This review is from: OCZ Vector Series VTR1-25SAT3-128G 2.5" 128GB SATA III MLC
Pros: Boots Windows 7 64-bit faster than 2 1TB WD Black drives in RAID0, but loses data-see cons
Cons: This drive kept either losing my data or freezing every 20 minutes and then kept going, but with the loss of data. I had a music folder that would get deleted every time I started Windows, and the drive acted like it did not want to save any new. Things would go missing, or revert back to an old file. I finally had to send it back after it deleted my schoolwork folder that I luckily saved a copy of on my WD RAID0 black drives.
Other Thoughts: I will probably try Samsung this time, since they have such a good review lineup.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Plays many new games at the time it was introduced, and was perfect for a budget gaming build believe it or not. I have bought this processor so many times for budget builds, and the customers are greatly surprised. Adding a gfx card made it more powerfull than a 6870 by itself.
Cons: Might be a little slow on the newest games, and can bogged down by too many things running at once. Of course I own an awesome 8 core, so this is not comparative.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I have 2 of these in RAID 0 on a 990FX mobo. I bought one of them in 2010 and the other a couple of months back. They both work exactly the same and I have no performance issues with them, and they are pretty fast. I have both of them heavily loaded down with over 200 full size (5-10GB's) games, including all of the latest high-end titles. I also just purchased a 128 GB OCZ SSD for 75 bucks, and I will be using it solely for Windows startup.
Cons: It doesn't go faster than an SSD, even in RAID 0. Not really a con for the price difference and capacity.
Other Thoughts: I could only with I had SSD's that were WD Black edition for the same price and capacity for maximum RAID-age.READ FULL REVIEW