Let's do a synthetic test with Sandra, just to see if we can match the results we've seen in HD Tach. The drive index test is what I refer to. Higher = Better.
You guys will agree with me that even a Western Digital Velociraptor is a fast HDD at 87 MB/sec, a GSKILL Phoenix SSD PRO shows performance up to 196 MB/sec speeds. The RevoDrive X2 takes the lead at 635 MB/sec write performance but the Vertex 3 PRo is at 425 MB/sec. But the Vertex 3 pumps 475 MB/sec all by itself.
OCZ Vertex 460 SSD review We review and test the OCZ Vertex 460 SSD series released in 120 - 240 and 480 GB versions. Based on the Indilinx Barefoot 3 controller we test the 120GB NAND flash memory based model. The end result is an ...
OCZ Vertex 450 SSD review In this article we test, benchmark and review the all new OCZ Vertex 450 SSD. Armed with the new Indilinx Barefoot 3 controller this is the fifth incarnation of the popular OCZ Vertex series. Will it be as fast and competitive as it's predecessors ? Well let's see and find out shall we ?
OCZ Vertex 3.20 SSD review In this article we test, benchmark and review the OCZ Vertex 3.20 SSD. What a great and fast piece of technology this is. An 20nm NAND flash SSD that is speedy and actually amongst the the rest of the devices tested, but also mroe affordable. Head on over into the review.
OCZ Vertex 4 SSD review with 1.5 firmware We retest the OCZ Vertex 4 SSD yet now with 1.5 firmware update. , again bringing more performance towards the Vertex 4 series of SSDs. And albeit the difference is not as big as the 1.4 release was, it certainly makes a difference as this article will show you.