OCZ Vertex Limited Edition
Released February, 2010
The Pros:3-year warranty. Features the SandForce SF-1500 controller - arguably the fastest consumer SSD controller to date. Limited edition isn't just a silly add-on name - truly somewhat exclusive with only 5000 drives being made.
The Cons:Limited number of drives being produced - around 5000. Very expensive - far from the current X25-M sweet spots.
The OCZ Vertex Limited Edition is a solid state drive for power users. The Limited Edition's advantage over the Vertex 2 is in the 4k random write, which specializes in fast access to data scattered around the hard drive.
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This makes it a good drive for Windows users. It has a maximum read speed of up to 270MB/s, and can write at up to 250MB/s. It has native TRIM and RAID support. The drive fits into a standard 2.5in bay and weights 77g. It draws 2 watts in operation and 0.5 watts while in standby. The unit is shock resistant to forces of up to 1500G.
The OCZ Vertex Limited Edition comes in 50GB, 100GB and 200GB capacities. Expect the smaller capacities to be significantly cheaper.
- 50GB, 100GB and 200GB capacities
- Read : up to 270MB/s
- Write : up to 250MB/s
- Random Write 4k: 15,000 IOPS
- Max 4k IOPS: 50,000
- Native TRIM support
- Seek Time: .1ms
- 2.5in form factor
- Weight: 77g
- Low Power Consumption: 2W in operation, 0.5W in standby
- Shock Resistant up to 1500G
- RAID Support
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and Linux
- MTBF: 1.5 million hours
- 3-Year Warranty
User Reviews (1)
features the SandForce SF-1500 controller - arguably the fastest consumer SSD controller to date
limited edition isn't just a silly add-on name - truly somewhat exclusive with only 5000 drives being made
not that exclusive to date - many still in stock at a variety of retailers
roughly the same price per GB as earlier X25-M drives, while providing superior performance
available in 50, 100 and 200GB capacities
limited number of drives being produced - around 5000
very expensive - far from the current X25-M sweet spots
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