I'm going to buy a SSD in a couple of days. Untill this morning I was pretty sure I would buy a 64gb Patriot Torqx 2. It's SATA II , I know, but I still have a 775 socket motherboard and I'm not planning any upgrade soon.
Also, I know that SandForce used to have some problems in the past.
BUT after reading a review of the Torqx 2, I started wondering if I should buy a OCZ Agility 3. The price is (in Poland) very similar and it has 16 flash chips instead of 8 like in the Patriot.
Still... SandForce... I dunno. Maybe it's good now. What do you recommend ?
The Samsung 470 Series, SATA 2, 3Gb/s solid state drives are an excellent choice. There have not been any major problems or major issues with 470 Series. Samsung makes ssd's that are very reliable and stable.
We have most of the brands but it's the price that is the most important factor. I just don't want to spent too much. That's why I was thinking about Patriot or OCZ. But the price for Samsung's 470 series isn't too high though. I have to check them out.