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Storage Corsair SSD vs Vertex

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dolphin-promotions, 19 Aug 2009.

  1. dolphin-promotions

    dolphin-promotions Member

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    I am very seriously considering upgrading to an SSD in the next few weeks (when I get round to installing Windows 7 on my main machine).

    The 120GB OCZ Vertex is the prime candidate however I have noticed the 128GB Corsair P128 on scan.

    At the moment the Corsair costs £255.98 with reported speeds of 220 MB/s/200 MB/s and uses a 128MB cache

    The Vertex is £274.99 with 220 MB/s/160 MB/s and 64MB cache.

    So on paper the Corsair seems like the better product but I haven't heard that much about it. Has anyone else had any experience of it?

    For the sake of £20 I may just go with the Vertex as it is tried and tested so I know I will get a good product.
     
  2. rainbowbridge

    rainbowbridge Well-Known Member

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    What about the Crucial 2.5 128GB M225 SSD SATA Drive which has a longer waranty I belive is cheaper and is equal or better performance?
     

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