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OCZ 60GB Vertex 2 SSD 2.5 SATA Solid State Drive £86.39 @ SaverStore.Com
OCZ 60GB Vertex 2 SSD 2.5 SATA Solid State Drive £86.39 @ SaverStore.Com

OCZ 60GB Vertex 2 SSD 2.5 SATA Solid State Drive £86.39 @ SaverStore.Com

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Excellent price to SSD.
OCZ is on par with Corsair and better than Kingston.
Delivery is listed as £5.99 or free if you collect it at store in Luton (LU1 1TR).
It may have a free delivery voucher code, feel free to google that.

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2.5" Solid State Drives/SATA II/MLC/Performance Series
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.

2 Comments

Is this the 34nm or 25nm version?

Not sure there's any way to tell. One things for sure, the latter is to be avoided.
Used the former since it's release, will not ever go back to spinning discs for boot.
It seems the F60 is the safe "budget" choice at present, being practically identical to the original Vertex 2.
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