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: ForumIs Vertex3 120GB MAX I/OPS worth $$ over normal VERTEX3 120GB ? ForumQuestions about the vertex III 120gb max iops ForumOCZ Vertex 3 Max IOPS - 75,000 IOPS ??? ForumNew Vertex3 Max Iops SLOWER than Vertex2...Help! ForumOWC vs Vertex 3 vs Vertex 3 High IOPS vs Crucial M4 ForumIntel 510 has lowered IOPS spec ?? ForumNeed help deciding between i7 or SSD ForumHow much does motherboard affect overall performance? ForumNew PC for 1600$ ForumEnthusiast Gaming PC Forum128gb ssd ForumBest SSD Of 2013, Which is it? ForumSSDs IOPS vs MBPS? ForumI tried to boot my computer and it put 4 windows on hard drive how do you delete ForumLT hard drive corrupt data/boot issue ForumRemove dual boot on separate drives; non-functional boot drive ForumUsing SSD as boot drive over eSata - Enclosure or powerd cable? ForumSeagate momentus hard drive beeps on boot up ForumWindows 7 boot issues on vertex 4 Forum[Solved] [Help!] New Build Boot Up Issue More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !