OCZ unveils Agility series SSDs for mainstream users

By Jos · 4 replies
Jun 10, 2009
  1. OCZ continues to expand their already impressive lineup of flash-based storage solutions, this time with the introduction of the Agility series of multi-level cell SSDs. The new 2.5-inch drives won’t outclass their current Vertex line, which in our tests emerged as the as the best value SSD option, but should still offer some pretty solid performance at supposedly affordable prices for mainstream notebook and desktop users.

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  2. polidiotic

    polidiotic TS Booster Posts: 103

    I think this is a nice option for secondary drives. I chose the faster SSD I did, knowing the demands of an operating system, like Windows Vista (and typical Windows o/s'). Slower sata/ide hds are very appropriate for storage and these (though I wouldn't get another one that's only 30-120GB) faster (though not optimal) will be fantastic for applications and gaming. I'll definitely think about investing in a slower SSD for my gaming needs, when they reach the size of 500gb+. I'll use the 2-4TB satas available for storage - much more affordable and it makes sense.
  3. hellokitty[hk]

    hellokitty[hk] Hello, nice to meet you! Posts: 3,448   +145

    Yum...i love how everything gets into mainstream prices eventually.
  4. windmill007

    windmill007 TS Rookie Posts: 308

    Funny..Newegg was selling the vertex for $99 one weekend not long ago.
  5. polidiotic

    polidiotic TS Booster Posts: 103

    That was a "double-deal special" or whatever they call 'em.
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