OCZ 60GB Vertex 2E SSD 2.5" SATA-II Read = 285MB/s, Write = 275MB/s - £86.99 @ EBuyer - HotUKDeals
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Based on a cutting-edge new architecture, Vertex 2 Solid State Drives raise the bar once again and deliver unprecedented performance for the complete gamut of gaming and professional multimedia applications. OCZ designed the Vertex 2 to surpass the competition where it counts most, pushing the limits in both sequential and random read/write rates. With spectacular performance in 4k file writes up to 50,000 IOPS, these latest drives take productivity to the next level with over ten times the performance of the previous generation. Using the latest controller technology, Vertex 2 not only provides a faster, more responsive PC experience, but promotes cooler, quieter, and more energy efficient conditions compared to traditional mechanical hard drives.

With sheer performance that outpaces the competition, the Vertex 2 doesn't lose sight of what makes an SSD the ideal storage alternative to hard drives and delivers the quality, reliability, and durability demanded by consumers that will not settle for anything but the best. Built with SATA 3Gb/s, the Vertex 2 Series easily integrates into today's mobile and desktop platforms and features TRIM support to optimize performance over the drive's lifespan as the ultimate Windows 7 notebook or desktop upgrade.

OCZ Vertex 2 SSDs are available in 50GB to 480GB and come backed by a 3-year warranty and 2 million hour MTBF for ultimate peace of mind.
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#1
Great price. Bought one of these a week ago for £93.
#2
Just a little lower, come on, you know you want to ;) if this hits £70 I will have to buy it. Can't afford it but I will have to. Such a good drive for the price
#3
The £1 per Gb equation draws ever close, although that looks set to become the norm soon from the sound of the next gen intel SSDs.
#4
£95 showing on my screen :-(
#5
weemee002
£95 showing on my screen :-(
Did the "USE CODE "SOLID" for this price!" (from the first line of the description) not show on your screen? :{
#6
Great deal - Paid £110 only a couple of months ago.
#7
thanks ordered
#8
Nice price, but would still rather go for this -
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/225804

But, by the time my current SSD goes out of warranty and dies, I'm sure they'll be faster and cheaper.
#9
Great Drive, using one now. I paid about €150 a few months ago. Plenty of space for a laptop I think.
#10
keep falling keep falling. Not quite big enough for what I want. Hot though.
#11
When a 120gb+ version is posted here for that price I'l buy one there and then, I need the extra for dual booting and games.
#12
It would seem this one is good for an OS and some applications only.

A single game these days can occupy over 30gig on a hdd. so this one is unfortunately too small. 80gn would be enough.for me.
#13
jukkie
Nice price, but would still rather go for this -

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/225804


But, by the time my current SSD goes out of warranty and dies, I'm sure they'll be faster and cheaper.


That has the best throughput but it's not as suitable for non Sata 6GB users over the Vertex 2E. The IOPS performance is also below the Vertex 2E. The C300 also suffers a lot more with performance degradation than the Sandforce and as Anandtech put it "And in terms of degradation over time? I’m almost willing to say that SandForce is simply immune to it. Almost". I still consider for the price the Vertex 2E to be the best all rounder SSD and personally I would choose one over the C300.

SSD are already faster, much faster, the OCZ Revo / Revo 2, OCZ IBIS for example, and FUSION I/O if you want to get in to big boys territory, and yes by the time your drive dies they will be cheaper.

Edited By: fishmaster on Nov 16, 2010 23:40
#14
Put a order down... :p
#15
this is hot, this is a fast ssd and the best upgrade for your laptop, your computer will start a lot quicker and run alot quicker and shut down quicker, it's a must buy
#16
every 2 or 3 weeks this SSD drops down a pound or 2.
just a little more and you'll be mine!
#17
nice find this should fit nice an snug in my Haf x
banned#18
Anyone have any idea how much a 60gb or 64bg was a year ago? 6 months? 3 Months? 6 weeks?

Has there really been a big drop that we are all waiting to see? Is there some new faster hard drive that is about to be available to the commercial market?

I really want one of these but I am extremely conscious about buying at the right time. It's not like I cannot afford it but it's all about making your money go as far as it can.
banned#19
Hello guys, sorry to go off topic slightly.

I have just been researching for faster SSD options and found the following, what do you think apart from the obvious regarding value for money? Is this fairly new, will it drop the current conventional SSD drives?

OCZ 100GB Revo Drive X2 SSD - £331.33 at Scan.
OCZSSDPX-1RVDX0100 - 100GB OCZ Revo Drive X2 Bootable SSD, 4 x Sandforce 1222, PCI-E x4, R 740MB/s, W 690MB/s, 100K IOPS
#20
flamex
Hello guys, sorry to go off topic slightly.

I have just been researching for faster SSD options and found the following, what do you think apart from the obvious regarding value for money? Is this fairly new, will it drop the current conventional SSD drives?

OCZ 100GB Revo Drive X2 SSD - £331.33 at Scan.
OCZSSDPX-1RVDX0100 - 100GB OCZ Revo Drive X2 Bootable SSD, 4 x Sandforce 1222, PCI-E x4, R 740MB/s, W 690MB/s, 100K IOPS


That's a PCI-E SSD, so you need to make sure you have a free PCI-E 4x slot (in most motherboards you'll have to put it in a 16x slot). Its a very fast drive although you're paying a big premium for the speed.

PCI-E SSDs are quite a niche market, so they probably will reduce in price but never to the levels of SATA ones.

The big drop in price is coming Q1 2011, both SandForce and Intel have new controllers coming out which should reduce the cost to around £1/GB.

Edited By: weiran on Nov 17, 2010 09:14
#21
Well supposedly the third gen Intel drives were due in Q4 2010 but there's no sign yet. Personally I am waiting until they hit the shops because they should shake up pricing a fair bit. Hopefully that will be no later than the end of January. Although poking around the Internet, things don't look good.
#22
alasrati
Well supposedly the third gen Intel drives were due in Q4 2010 but there's no sign yet. Personally I am waiting until they hit the shops because they should shake up pricing a fair bit. Hopefully that will be no later than the end of January. Although poking around the Internet, things don't look good.


They don't seem that impressive, of course benchmarks will prove the case when the drives arrive >

http://www.anandtech.com/show/3965/intels-3rd-generation-x25m-ssd-specs-revealed
#23
Either way, they will still shake up the pricing of other drives especially as they are supposed to be much cheaper per GB according to Intel.
#24
alasrati
Either way, they will still shake up the pricing of other drives especially as they are supposed to be much cheaper per GB according to Intel.


Agreed.
#25
very good price, paid £93.99 in today only section @ scan
#26
i installed this in the nc10 today and performance is very good booting from startup takes only 20 seconds and apps load up much quicker but i think using this drive in the nc10 is overkill lol!

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