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Pros: fast, reliable, trusted company, great product and form factor.
Cons: low space? Nothing to take an egg off for.
Other Thoughts: I've owned this for two years, I bought it during a sale for like $80 and it was a steal. Best drive I've ever owned, and after 2 years and 90% capacity it is starting to slow down a little. By a little I mean instead of taking 7 seconds to boot it now takes 10. I'd buy another SSD from OCZ in a heartbeat.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Amazing scores on 3Dmark, 11k+ and plays everything you throw at is with 60fps+ Great cooler as always from Gigabyte.
Cons: It fails after 2 minutes into a benchmark test. Driver fails and recovers constantly. This is not while overclocked, straight out of the box. Kind of wish I had stayed with the Zotac I had initially purchased locally...
Tried doing clean installs and nothing.
Contacted Gigabytes support website and trying to get it fixed/resolved.
Other Thoughts: Driver has failed and recovered successfully doesn't mean anything if it keeps failing...
I hope that Gigabyte helps out.
Pros: It hold data, mostly.
It is detected by the O.S. and mobo!
No crashes yet, no data loss
Cons: Windows won't install properly!
Other Thoughts: I was having a LOT of problems with my computer and I RMA'd my MOBO, DVD drive (suspected skipping because of some noises it was making), and RAM...but it was the HDD. For some reason it wouldn't accept windows 7 64bit. I got another HDD and SSD and it installed perfectly on the first try. Beware if this is your only drive. I was building a budget gaming system on 1/20/12 and I wish I would have bought a more expensive HDD.
Gigabyte oc'd gtx 570
Intel core i5 3500k
(this hdd), OCZ 126gb ssd, and WD 1tb HDD