OC3D have rounded up a batch of 240GB SATA 6GBs SSDs, the Intel 520, the Mushkin Chronos, the Corsair Force 3, and the Kingston Hyper X. The consistent size helps to highlight the difference a controller can make as there are several current generation SandForce controllers represented in the review. Reading through the review keep an eye out not only for the drives that provide the best performance in each test but also for the drives which provide the most consistent performance as some benchmarks will not represent the usage you would get from an SSD in your own system.
"As we bring a new benchmark to the OC3D suite of testing, we thought we’d give you a quick run through of some popular SSDs."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- An Introduction to FreeNAS – The Do-It-Yourself NAS OS @ Techgage
- Samsung PM830 SATA 3 256GB mSATA SSD @ SSD Review
- SanDisk Extreme 240GB SSD with 24nm Toggle Mode Flash @ Tweaktown
- Understanding TLC NAND @ AnandTech
- OCZ Octane SATA 6GB/s Indilinx Everest SSD @ Benchmark Reviews
- Plextor M3 / M3S 256GB Solid State Drive @ Tweaktown
- OCZ RevoDrive3 PCI-Express 120GB SSD Review @ HardwareLOOK
- Seagate Momentus XT 750 GB Hybrid HDD Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Patriot Memory 120GB Wildfire Solid State Drive (SSD) Review @ ModSynergy
- OCZ Octane 512GB Solid State Drive @ Kitguru
- ICY Dock MB981U3-1SA & MB981U3-1SA-1 Dock Stations @ Bjorn3D
Always like to see a good
Always like to see a good round up with different SSDs to make an informed purchasing decision.
Allen I am in the process of
Allen I am in the process of getting my revodrive RMA’d (OCZSSDPX-1RVD0120). I was wondering if now with the updated sandforce controllers I would see I performance gain say a couple 60 gb vertex 3’s in raid0? It is out of my rig now is it going back in is the question. ..Tom i7-990X, GI Assassin X58, 12gb Corsair @1600MHz, 120GB Revodrive 2 300GB Velociraptors, 850 watt thermaltake 80+gold ….What do you think