If you notice when looking at the spec's of a SSD that the performance (read/write) (Iops) is always listed as "up to" and that means you will get up to those read/write speeds and not neccesarily those exact speeds/performance and that's because there are other factors involved. Cpu , ram and motherboard , everybodys Pc is just a little different and therefore the performance results will be just a little different for everybody. I have used Corsair SSD'S and not Patriot so my choice would be the Corsair 90gb. Reason being that even though you say you don't play games the extra space will come in handy on a SSD and you won't have to be as diligent at managing the open capacity of the SSD.
When looking at all of the SSD's that are available you really can't go wrong with any of them as the actual performance is close enough that you won't notice much of a difference. You will notice a difference between sata2 and sata3 and you will notice a difference between a ssd and a mechanical hard drive. You might not notice much between sata3 SSD's except there could be a difference between the top tier and the bottom tier. So then it comes down to size vs price , sales and rebates.