OCZ Summit Series 60GB / 120GB 2.5" SATA-II Solid State Hard Drive - £155.24 / £264.49 Delivered @ Novatch + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Thats damn good prices for an SSD. Chuck one of those in your rig just for the OS and you'll be flying.

These are basically the Samsung PB22J re-badged drive.

VERY FAST!!! I know obviously they are not the most space, but if you want your rig to be as quick as hell, these bad boys should do it for ya...

PLEASE DON'T VOTE COLD IF YOU DON'T KNOW & APPRICAIATE HOW GOOD THESE HDD DRIVES REALLY ARE!!!
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#1
Overclockers.co.uk have the 60GB for £142.99 and the 120GB for £254.99
#2
Might be good for your PS3?
#3
Great price, nice to see these finally coming down.
#4
Decent speed, but how well do these perform as an OS drive with so many random read/writes going on?
#5
No moving parts = negliglble seek times = loves random reads and writes.
#6
DazzyB
Might be good for your PS3?


Xbox360?
#7
Does anyone know if this is a SLC, or a MLC drive?
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bilal101
Decent speed, but how well do these perform as an OS drive with so many random read/writes going on?


OS drives are about the only area where they excel, they're not much use for anything else at the current price.

rawson
Does anyone know if this is a SLC, or a MLC drive?


The Summit is MLC with a Samsung controller.
#9
EndlessWaves
The Summit is MLC with a Samsung controller.


Thanks! Maybe give this a miss then :thumbsup:
#10
rawson
Thanks! Maybe give this a miss then :thumbsup:


There is negligible difference between SLC and MLC in this generation of drives. Almost all drives are now being released as MLC as the technology is cheaper and has improved.

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