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Note : Due 13 April
Introduction
-Vertex 4 leverages our new leading-edge Indilinx Everest 2 Platform to deliver the next generation of SSD performance and endurance.

Everest 2 Features include:
SATA 3.0 6Gb/s Interface
Ndurance™ 2.0 Technology
- Reduced Write Amplification without Compression
- Advanced Multi-Level ECC
- Adaptive NAND Flash Management
- Redundant NAND Array™ (RNA) Technology

Auto-Encryption and AES-256 Support Advanced ECC Engine (up to 128bits per 1KB) Superior Flexibility (extensive NAND compatibility; vendor-specific NAND commands)

Delivers industry’s highest performance at up to 120,000 Random IOPS

-Sustained 4K IOPS of over 85,000 with both reads and writes , unlike previous SSD generations , which only delivered targeted read or write performance. Compared to Vertex 3, IOPS increased as much as 4X

-No compression related performance limitations
Better performance with “real world” data streams of varying “compressibility” Strong performance at QD 1–16 mirroring real world scenarios

-Undustry-leading 5 year warranty (up 2 years from Vertex 3)
oNdurance 2.0 – Advanced suite of NAND Flash management to increase durability and reliability

General
Capacity 256GB
Width 69mm
Depth 99mm
Height 9.3mm
Weight 77g
Compatability Windows 7, Vista, XP 32-bit/64-bit, Mac OSX, Linux
Device Type Hard drive - internal
Warranty 5 Years

Expansion/Connectivity
Interface SATA 6Gb/s and backwards compatible 3Gb/s
Performance
Random Read IOPS 90,000
Random Write IOPS 85,000
Max IOPS 120,000 (512B Random Read, Iometer 2010)
Max Read 535MB/s
Max Write 380MB/s
Environmental Parameters
Active Power Comsumption 3W
Idle Power Consumption 1.65W
Operating Temperature 0°C ~ 70°
Ambient Temperature 0°C ~ 55°
Ambient Temperature 0°C ~ 55°
Storage Temperature -45°C ~ 85°
Shock Resistant up to 1500G
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tgbyhn10#2
RMAing my 13month old OCZ vertex2 which died a couple of days ago. Thinking of ebaying what's returned and upgrading. Are these newer drives any more reliable?
DownHill911#3
tgbyhn10
RMAing my 13month old OCZ vertex2 which died a couple of days ago. Thinking of ebaying what's returned and upgrading. Are these newer drives any more reliable?
It is Indilinx Everest 2 People say they are supposed to be reliable, but only real life experience over the period of time can prove. :D


Edited By: DownHill911 on Apr 06, 2012 11:37
Aradria#4
tgbyhn10
RMAing my 13month old OCZ vertex2 which died a couple of days ago. Thinking of ebaying what's returned and upgrading. Are these newer drives any more reliable?

Nobody knows yet since they're new. They *should* be more reliable after the disaster of sandforce, but I'd expect a couple of important firmware updates along the road.

Edited By: Aradria on Apr 06, 2012 11:37
westyuk1#5
tgbyhn10
RMAing my 13month old OCZ vertex2 which died a couple of days ago. Thinking of ebaying what's returned and upgrading. Are these newer drives any more reliable?

Just ask for a refund, I did. My RMA'd vertex 2 died after two months of being replaced.

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