OCZ Vertex 460 SSD

  • OCZ Vertex 460 SSD
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Based on 36 scores, 88 reviews available
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    24
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    3
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The Vertex 460 is the latest flagship from OCZ featuring the 19nm Toshiba-built MLC NAND flash memory. The Vertex 460 is available in 120GB, 256GB and 480GB capacities.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Maximum PC on 90

That last time we heard from OCZ was back before the end of 2013, when the company was in the grips of bankruptcy and nobody was sure what its future held. Fast forward to March 2014, and things are looking rather good for the formerly beleaguered...

By HEXUS.net on

The Vertex 460 SSD is the first drive out of the Toshiba-owned OCZ stable. It takes the flash controller from the Vertex 450 and the NAND from the Vector 150 to create a drive that scores well in both performance and value. What's more impressive than...

By BCCHardware on

While testing this SSD drive I have come to conclusion that it is an all-around good drive. It performed well on most of the tests. I am not disappointed with the fact that some of OCZ's claims weren't reached in this test system, but they aren't that...

By Overclockers Club on

Overall, OCZ has put together a drive using its Barefoot 3 M10 controller that performs well across a wide spectrum of tests. The marriage of OCZ and Toshiba is beginning to bear fruit, and with the release of the Vector 460, this marriage continues to...

By Computer Shopper on 70

OCZ's latest mainstream drive is reasonably fast and affordable, though little separates it from the pack of recent drives—unless you're looking for a copy of TrueImage HD and a 3.5-inch drive adapter. Read...

By bjorn3d.com on 88

OCZ Vertex 460 offers a very good balanced performance and price. While it may not be the fastest drive on the market, it certainly would offer you best bang for your bucks if you are looking for a drive to speed up your PC....

By Expert Reviews on 60

OCZ is back, but its latest SSD is outclassed by the...

By MadShrimps on

The Vertex 460 from OCZ is featuring Toshiba’s 19nm Toggle-mode NAND as we have seen with their Vector 150, which we have reviewed a few weeks ago. With this model, we have to deal with a lower clocked controller and RAM cache, and the endurance is...

By NotebookCheck on

The OCZ Vertex 460 is a good SSD, although it cannot keep up with high-end SSDs in all aspects (at least in this comparison). Overall, the results in the synthetic tests speak in favor of the competition. However, users would have to be very accurate to...

By InsideHW on

The company OCZ recently filed for bankruptcy and while most of people expected the worst, the optimists certainly knew that this won't be the end of this excellent manufacturer. They had exquisite products in their portfolio. OCZ not only developed...

By SSD Labs on 86

Barefoot 3 kontrolcüsü ve kaliteli NAND'ların buluşmasıyla vücûda gelen Vertex 460 ortaya kararlı bir performans tablosu çizerek bu konuda rüşdünü isbât etmeyi bilmiş. Selefi Vertex 450'ye nazâran daha istikrarlı bir duruş sergileyen Vertex 460, mâkûl fiyatı ve yanında hediye gelen yazılımı ile Tavsiye Eder ödülümüzü almaya hak kazanıyor.

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on

We've been reviewing OCZ products here at OCIA.net for more than a decade, beginning with their enthusiast grade DDR memory in the early 2000s. The decision to stop manufacturing memory in 2011 was overshadowed by financial troubles that plagued the...

By Vortez on

The OCZ Vertex 460 offers quite a lot for not a lot. Performance across the range of tests was good to very good with the SSD coming mid-top table throughout our benchmarking suite. Particular attention should be paid to the sustained 12 hour runs...

By PC World on 80

The marriage of OCZ's controller and Toshiba's NAND is a happy one: The Vertex 460 is a fast writer (if only a pedestrian...

By Hi Tech Legion on

After using the Vertex 460 for a little while, I was reminded of the release of the GTX 670. The 670 was released at a lower price point than the GTX 680, but was incredibly close in real world performance. I see the same thing in the Vertex 460 and...

By overclockers.com on

As I begin to wrap things up here, some things that may have been concerning were mentioned, and some were not. We touched on OCZ's bankruptcy and subsequent acquisition by Toshiba, so that should settle things down on the warranty front at least. One...

By Hardware Canucks on

Had the Vertex 460 been released a few months ago, our conclusion would have sounded quite different. Back then, OCZ was on the ropes. Buffeted by potential bankruptcy on one hand and falling consumer confidence on the other, things certainly didn’t...

By APH Networks on

The year was 2003. AMD was making a killing in the enthusiast processor market, and ATI was still an independent company. The Radeon 9500 128MB lives in the shadow of the Radeon 9700 128MB, but all enthusiasts "in the know" would flock to the former....

By MyCE on 90

The last few months have been a little difficult for OCZ, with the manufacturer not being able to secure adequate supplies of NAND, and running into serious financial difficulties. But as I write this article, OCZ's fortunes have changed substantially...

By Ocaholic on 90

After the Vertex 460 with 120 Gigabyte capacity we're now having a look at the Vertex 460 with 240 Gigabyte. Usually solid state drives with 240 Gigabyte capacity are quicker than 120 Gigabyte models. In this case we're curious to see what the...