OCZ 32GB Onyx SSD 2.5" SATA-II - Read 125MB/s, Write 70MB/s 15000 IOPS now £43.96 delivered at Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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OCZ 32GB Onyx SSD 2.5" SATA-II - Read 125MB/s, Write 70MB/s 15000 IOPS now £43.96 delivered at Ebuyer

£43.96 @ Ebuyer
Designed to offer the best of both worlds the OCZ Onyx SSD delivers the performance and reliability benefits of solid state storage to mainstream consumers at an aggressive price point that makes sens…
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Designed to offer the best of both worlds the OCZ Onyx SSD delivers the performance and reliability benefits of solid state storage to mainstream consumers at an aggressive price point that makes sense for customers looking to increase the performance and lifespan of their existing platforms. The Onyx series SSD is the perfect upgrade for netbooks, laptops, or home desktop PCs. The Onyx makes use of a quality Indilinx controller to deliver an enhanced computing experience with faster application loading, snappier data access, shorter boot-ups, and longer battery life. Onyx SSDs feature HDD-dominating access times, up to 125MB/s read and 70MB/s write speeds, 64MB of onboard cache, and unique performance optimization to keep the drives at peak performance over the long term.

* 32GB
* Max Read : Upto 125MB/s
* Max Write : Upto 70MB/s
* Sustained Write: Upto 20MB/s
* Cache : 64MB
* Seek Time : 0.1M/s
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#1
not 40.98 delivered
better hope a mod doesn't see this misinformation!

45.16 is cheapest i can see

Edited By: brilly on Feb 15, 2011 10:18
#2
Good for a netbook, but even the most frugal of data users will probably struggle with around 30GB after formatting.
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This is slower performance than most hard-disks, so it is more the worst of all worlds (small capacity and lower performance), the only benefit is the shock resistance of the solid state drive. Also 32GB is not alot of space nowdays for an OS install or for many apps.

Pay twice the price and get a 60GB Corsair or similar make that has blistering performance.

Cold
#4
BlueSmirnoff
This is slower performance than most hard-disks, so it is more the worst of all worlds (small capacity and lower performance), the only benefit is the shock resistance of the solid state drive. Also 32GB is not alot of space nowdays for an OS install or for many apps.

Pay twice the price and get a 60GB Corsair or similar make that has blistering performance.

Cold


This.
#5
BlueSmirnoff
This is slower performance than most hard-disks, so it is more the worst of all worlds (small capacity and lower performance), the only benefit is the shock resistance of the solid state drive. Also 32GB is not alot of space nowdays for an OS install or for many apps.

Pay twice the price and get a 60GB Corsair or similar make that has blistering performance.

Cold

this is alot faster than mechanicals as a boot drive which given the capacity is the likeliest use.
not sure but the jump up to a c300 from this maybe wouldnt be as big as compared the onyx from mechanical for the same money (upgrade money wise).

Edited By: brilly on Feb 15, 2011 10:58
#6
So, can this be used to install windows 7 on so it will load quickly, whilst using my 1TB internal desktop HD for my files, and folders, etc?
#7
Yes mate this is ideal for that.
[mod]#8
brilly
not 40.98 delivered
better hope a mod doesn't see this misinformation!

45.16 is cheapest i can see


Super saver delivery was coming up free for me when I posted the offer, just checked again and it's now showing super saver delivery to be £2.98 bringing the total to £43.96. I've now ammended the price in the OP.

Here's hoping Ebuyer won't change the postage rates again unless it's to put it back to free. Thanks for the heads up brilly.


Edited By: millarcat on Feb 15, 2011 12:12
#9
millarcat
brilly
not 40.98 delivered
better hope a mod doesn't see this misinformation!

45.16 is cheapest i can see


Super saver delivery was coming up free for me when I posted the offer, just checked again and it's now showing super saver delivery to be £2.98 bringing the total to £43.96. I've now ammended the price in the OP.

Here's hoping Ebuyer won't change the postage rates again unless it's to put it back to free. Thanks for the heads up brilly.


now showing 2.98 postage for me too - odd :)
#10
p.s. what could this be used for?
#11
Kazaam
p.s. what could this be used for?

Target practice?

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