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|6th August 2008, 09:28||#1|
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OCZ Core SSD 64Gb Review
Here we see the OCZ Cores series comes into its own, running out joint quickest in the windows boot time and only just being beaten by its older brother and matched by the WD Velociraptor in the game level loading time. I must say at this point that not only was it nice to have a silent boot up and loading of games but the actual loading and boot up 'seemed' quicker than it actually was. Placebo effect ?-Who knows but it certainly impressed in this set of benchmarks.
During the tests I initially felt that the SSD was faulty, however I now believe it could well be the SSD's inability to work well with Vista or the drive is having conflicts with the controller. Regardless of our concerns, it is the hardware manufacturers responsibility to ensure the product is good to go with the current software and drivers available.
So for the time being it has to be said that the OCZ Core series SSD ultimately fails in its quest to be the top end storage solution.
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