Best 60GB SSD suggestion !
I am going to buy a SSD from newegg. If there is any experienced user on SSD, please suggest me a good 60GB SSD within less price.
1st choice: Corsair Force Series 3 CSSD-F60GB3A ($105)
2nd choice: OCZ Vertex 3 VTX3-25SAT3-60G ($105)
3rd choice: Patriot Memory PYRO PP60GS25SSDR ($105)
I couldn't find a review of OCZ VTX3, so I want suggestion from you guys which one would be the best and if there is any better SSD than the above mentioned. Also this is the first time I am going to use an SSD. So I've no experience on it.
My main purpose is to get OS boot and games, apps loading time decreased.
currently kingston is the king in SSD dept. their HyperX is just AMAZINGLY good
but i have seen few of my friends using Crucial M4 for the past 1 year...nothing heard but Good about the SSD
crucial M4 is available in 60GB flavor both in newegg nd amazon
The HyperX uses the SandForce SF-2281 and a lot of other SSDs do the same. I believe OCZ is Sandorce's biggest partner and they are always the first to receive firmware updates for it. So if you do get a Sandforce based SSD, get an OCZ (Vertex 3) but remember they were once plagued issues, most of which has been fixed now.
Its because of the stability issue that I went with the Crucial M4. You can also take a look at Intel SSDs, they are great as well but costs slightly more.
go for intel , they r best in ssd
kingston hyperX 60GB version is not available in newegg
Originally Posted by naved777
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Did you compare the performance of ocz vertex 3 60GB and corsair force 3 60GB? Also many users complained about the durability in newegg.
Originally Posted by aayman
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Which one are talking about? I don't see any 60GB intel SSD in newegg
Originally Posted by cyanid3
Originally Posted by salmanshah
ohhh no no dude...intel SSDs are not that good
u can see tons of INTEL SSD horror stories all over the net
Its much slower than Corsair or OCZ.
Originally Posted by abhi4168
compare the IOPS.
There are way more horror stories about Sandforce based SSDs, so if you can look past those then you can look past Intel's ones as well. Don't just look at the raw speeds, check stability reviews before and after firmware updates. What good is an SSD if your PC boots up in 15 seconds and then BSODs 30 minutes later lol
crucial m4 is prolly one of the best budget 64gb ssd
i wud personally go for OCZ since they have a demanding market these days..
OCZ even released SSDs for Ultra Notebooks, check here
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