Patriot SSD Torqx 2 128GB MLC
Fast and Stable Performance.
Easy to work features such as TRIM.
Very light enclosure and low power consumption.
Presence of new components in order to provide higher quality of performance.
3 year warranty.
Rugged metal case.
Excellent Performance and Transfer Speeds.
Increased Application Performance and Start Up Times.
Lack in performance in comparison to SATA III SSDs.
High power consumption.
Some manufacturers offer five year warranty.
Very low solid state IOPS performance.
By Tom's Hardware UK on February 28, 2012
After Valentine's Day, SSDs prices fell yet again, and we updated our list to reflect those changes. This month, the best deals are found in the mid-range offering, and there's one bargain in our list for a 240GB SSD that you simply will not...-
By Overclockers Online on October 13, 2011
SATA III drives have stolen all of the press and talk lately but with the Torqx 2, Patriot is showing they haven’t forgotten all of the SATA II users out there. Phison isn’t a well known name but if the performance of the Torqx 2 is any...-
By Bjorn3D on July 22, 2011
After testing Patriot Torqx2 128 GB SSD the results did not disappoint. While on the outside this drive might not seem any different from other 2.5" form factor solid state drives, the components on the inside tell a completely different story. The...85
By techPowerUp! on July 14, 2011
Patriot's Torqx 2 solid state drive can not impress in our testing. Its performance is about on par with that of a typical high-performance harddrive - far away from other common SSDs today. Why is performance so low? First of all, Patriot has...75
By Hi Tech Legion on May 25, 2011
Compared to a Spindle Drive, any SSD is an improvement. Finding the right SSD is where the decisions need to be considered. How much storage is preferred, what type (SATA II or SATA III) and how much will it cost. The Patriot Torqx2 128GB SATA II...-
By ModSynergy on May 23, 2011
The Patriot Memory Torqx 2 is a bit of a tricky one to judge. Initially I was thinking the Torqx 2 was the successor to the original Torqx SSD, but I'm coming away from this review knowing they are different and shouldn't be compared. First of...-
By HEXUS.net on May 23, 2011
We enjoy seeing manufacturers try something a little different, but Patriot has taken a gamble with its Phison-powered Torqx 2 SSD, and the gamble hasn't quite paid off. As a mid-range solution, the 128GB Torqx 2 has some merit - it's...40
By CDRinfo on May 23, 2011
Patriot Memory recently released the new Torqx 2 – a new SSD that has been designed to deliver a balance of price and performance. The Patriot Torqx 2 series of 2.5-inch SSDs enables users to boost performance of existing desktops and notebooks,...-
By Rbmods.com on May 22, 2011
I have browsed through the 128GB SSD drives at Newegg and price-wise the Patriot drive is somewhere in the middle of all of them. You can get drives with similar speeds for about the same price. So what makes this stand out? That is the question I...-
By StorageReview on May 20, 2011
The Patriot Torqx 2 is a disappointment compared to common SSDs more or less from the last generation of drives. Given the release date, it might have been more appropriate to include something like the Intel SSD 320, but then unfortunately it gets...-