Vector or MAX IOPS for Boot Tags: SSD Storage What drive to use for Boot Total: 2 votes (1 blank vote) Vertex 3 MAX IOPS 120GB 0 % Vector 128GB 100 % 10hellfire01 December 26, 2012 2:33:18 AM Honestly I can't decide which to do. As it stands now, I know the Vector will lead to overall better performance if I install Windows 7 on it, and my games on my Vertex 3 MAX IOPS. But the Vector overall is a better performer than the MAX IOPS, so as a games only drive it's a win. It also has 8 GB more of space on it. But I will eventually have to start taking classes for CAD design for my degree, so the Vector without the OS on it may perform better. Anyhow...I'm at an eeny-meenie-miney-moe point and can't decide More about : vector max iops boot Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Is Vertex3 120GB MAX I/OPS worth $$ over normal VERTEX3 120GB ? Forum Questions about the vertex III 120gb max iops Forum OCZ Vertex 3 Max IOPS - 75,000 IOPS ??? Forum New Vertex3 Max Iops SLOWER than Vertex2...Help! Forum OWC vs Vertex 3 vs Vertex 3 High IOPS vs Crucial M4 Forum Intel 510 has lowered IOPS spec ?? Forum Need help deciding between i7 or SSD Forum How much does motherboard affect overall performance? Forum New PC for 1600$ Forum Enthusiast Gaming PC Forum 128gb ssd Forum Best SSD Of 2013, Which is it? Forum SSDs IOPS vs MBPS? Forum I tried to boot my computer and it put 4 windows on hard drive how do you delete Forum LT hard drive corrupt data/boot issue Forum Remove dual boot on separate drives; non-functional boot drive Forum Using SSD as boot drive over eSata - Enclosure or powerd cable? Forum Seagate momentus hard drive beeps on boot up Forum Windows 7 boot issues on vertex 4 Forum [Solved] [Help!] New Build Boot Up Issue Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !