Choosing between two drives. Tags: SSD Storage Last response: December 17, 2012 2:42 AM in Storage Share chedderslam1976 December 17, 2012 1:09:37 AM I am looking at going ssd for my system. It has an x58 chipset and I believe sata I. I am trying to choose between the crucial m4 256 mb and the ocz vertex 4 256 mb. Both can be had for right around $200. Which is the better drive? I plan on getting two down the line to run in raid 0 for more space. Is this a good idea? Thank you! More about : choosing drives | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Reply to chedderslam1976 Register or log in to remove HugoStiglitz December 17, 2012 2:42:43 AM I am pretty sure x58 motherboards have atleast SATA II with some of the top end boards having Sata III I have 2x OCZ vertex 4's and they seem great. I cannot comment on the crucial. | Report abuse Reply to HugoStiglitz Ask the community Post an answer Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>Choosing between two drives.> Related ressources: ForumHelp between choosing two laptops... ForumHelp Choosing between two Power Supplies ForumChoosing between two builds. please help ForumChoosing between two CPUs and then the right GPU for video editing ForumChoosing between two laptops ForumTrouble choosing between two socket 1155 mobos ForumChoosing between these two ForumHelp choosing between two custom built laptops ForumChoosing between 2 Hard drives ForumChoosing Between Two Difficult Paths: Upgrade vs. New System ForumNeed help choosing between this two desktops appreciate any comments ForumChoose between two laptops, identical except for cpu/gpu ForumHelp me choose between two very similar CPUs ForumNeed Help Choosing Between Two Laptops ForumPlease help me choose between these two laptops! ForumBest SSD Of 2013, Which is it? ForumSwitching drives and moving windows ForumMy ide drives on my desktop say not in stalled for 1 and 3 ForumHow to wipe drives? ForumAre my hard drives OK health-wise? More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !