OCZ Nocti mSata SSD




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By VR-Zone on 85

Obviously the OCZ Nocti 60GB mSATA drive is not a run-of-the-mill SSD but a special product designed for individual applications, thus it would be unfair to directly compare its performance against a typical 2.5” SSD drive. This tiny device is...

By InsideHW on

It was with the appearance of netbooks that the first SSD (Solid State Drive) devices with the mSATA (micro-SATA) connector came about. Some of the more popular models had the capability of using a replacement disk (faster or of a higher capacity),...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

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 StorageReview on

The OCZ Nocti mSATA SSD does its intended job very well, delivering just about all the mSATA 3 Gb/s interface can handle with large sequential reads and writes, though it does struggle a bit with large-block transfers turning from compressible to...

By NotebookCheck on

Although OCZ's Nocti is not today's fastest mSata drive, it still delivers a decent performance. In particular compared to the still wide-spread conventional hard drives, the performance gain is significant in practice. What makes the mSata...

International Review By Hardware-Test on 87

UK summaryproduct Endnu en mSATA SSD til de små bærbare er landet på HWT's testbænk. 4,3 0 5 Forrige side...

International Review By PC-Welt.de on

Immer mehr Erweiterungslösungen für Notebooks mit Platz- oder Geschwindigkeitsmangel drängen auf den Markt - so auch die OCZ Nocti mSata SSD 120 GB. Per mSATA-Port will man Modellen wie der Intel SSD 310 mSATA Marktanteile abknüpfen,...