I bought one and had a few issues that firefox keeps not closing right so have to close process or some things installing takes ages(could that be a firmware thing?) and sometimes playing games from the 3tb regular hard drive lags when my 5 year old one had no issues
Anyway I have heard many bad reviews of failed drives so wondered if they are any good --- The red car and the blue car had a race. Good old blue he took the milky way.
Better now than they were during SSD infancy for sure. I have owned 6 SSD's, 3 being OCZ and they all work fine still aside from my intel 330 120GB (which was just unlucky as they are very reliable statistically). --- 2500k @ 4.4 | P8Z68-V Pro | H80 | 8GB | 670 | 256 ssd | 6Tb hdd | Win 8 64bit | ax1200w | BD burner | cm690II Steam: DV8ing1
It was a clean install, I was running it since 1.0 driver/firmware. At times I would randomly get a BSOD that would then auto restart, it was after downloading the latest firmware/driver updates for the Dataplex (caching) software that it stopped bsod'ing.
Since then I haven't experienced a single bsod or error related to the dataplex software.
It is REALLY fast, SSD speeds, and it allows me to have 1TB of space with the speed of an SSD.
Clean install for me but no updated firmware, seems fast now but after a few days seems to slow down and also the file size goes up a little each time i.e it goes between 25.5 to 28 and back and forth not sure if this is a issue with it or just windows itself --- The red car and the blue car had a race. Good old blue he took the milky way.
Test : 1000 MB [C: 32.3% (72.1/223.5 GB)] (x5) Date : 2013/08/28 18:08:57 OS : Windows 7 Ultimate Edition SP1 [6.1 Build 7601] (x64) --- In the chronicles of my life there is a legend in which I change 'history' into 'herstory'.