The Quick Buyer’s Guide To OCZ Vector SSD

The OCZ Vector is a new client SSD designed to appeal to mainstream and high-performance enthusiasts. The Vector is designed around OCZ’s Barefoot 3 controller and firmware, finally giving OCZ a near end-to-end in-house solution, which means improved reliability and support for consumers. This is OCZ though, and if we know anything about the company it’s that they like to ensure their high-end SSDs have top-tier performance.

This drive is considered the only real competitor to Samsung SSD 840 Pro and they both share the crown of the best SSD available today, and we included it in the list of best SSDs for [July 2013]. It gained many awards from SSD experts (read more) which puts it on par with Samsugn SSD 840 pro.

Here in this article you will learn the basic efficient knowledge you need before making the decision of purchase. It’s like a basic guide for this drive which saves you lots of time and efforts of searching for these contents.

 

Overview & Unboxing

Note that a 2.5-inch to 3.5-inch drive bay converter is already included and so you will NOT need to buy it separately if you intend to use this drive in a desktop computer.

 

Reads & Writes Speed

 

Capacities & Prices

Note: The products prices are as of 01-July-2013 at 12:40 PM GMT -

Capacity Price Where To Buy
128 GB $139.99 Buy On Amazon
256 GB $259.99 Buy On Amazon
512 GB $569.99 Buy On Amazon

 

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