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    Anyone know anything good/bad or otherwise about this SSD?

    Specifically, since there is no review here, anyone with first hand knowledge of how good or bad it is because it's a very good price at Newegg (as Drdeath mentioned below)?

    WD SiliconEdge Blue SSC-D0128SC-2100
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    Read and write speeds are pretty good and its priced right($199 @NewEgg).

    http://www.wdc.com/en/products/products.asp?driveid=788



    One thing that we have noticed by testing SSDs is that the maximum write speed is usually only a valid number when the drive is Fresh out-of-the Box (Fo and not capable of being hit after continual use. WD was up front by saying that continual use of the SSD will slow the sequential write speeds down to roughly 140MB/s to 145MB/s. It's nice to hear an SSD company be honest and open about the performance of their drive!

    Final Thoughts and Conclusions


    The goal of the WD SiliconEdge Blue SSDs was to release a product that was in the top 25% of the consumer SSD market in terms of performance. The performance of the drive was what we would consider average for an SSD that is coming to market in the first half of 2010. It easily beats out most hard drives, but other SSDs on the market offer you more performance. The sequential read performance on the drive looked fine, but numerous benchmarks showed a drop in sequential write performance that we were unable to figure out. We contacted WD and showed them our numbers and they confirmed that they were as expected. The performance drop was seen on both the ICH10R chipset and the Marvell 9123 SATA 6Gbps controller. We tried different drivers, cables and test systems and the results were always the same
    http://legitreviews.com/article/1233/
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    I guess you can be your own judge on this one. Sounds average. I did like the review PureOC did on the Vertex2 by OCZ. You may want to consider getting a 60G and get better performance. Load your OS on the SDD and run a HDD for data..... Just a thought Steve. That review was a bigger SDD but the specs looked the same..
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    Thanks Drdeath for that legit review link. Yea, sounds like it's an average SSD even at the sale price.

    I will continue to look further....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Thanks Drdeath for that legit review link. Yea, sounds like it's an average SSD even at the sale price.

    I will continue to look further....
    Now that Sandforce has released firmware to all manufacturers enabled maximum IOPS at 4k, the OCZ Vertex 2 is no longer the crème de la crème of SSDs, and any Sandforce 1200 drive is a good bet. For the most part, until PCI-Express SSDs iron out the bugs and become cheaper than SATA SSDs, the only distinguishing factors now are price, value adds, and warranty/service. Steve, how many GBs do you think you'll need on the SSD as an O/S + programs drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eido.cohen View Post
    Steve, how many GBs do you think you'll need on the SSD as an O/S + programs drive?
    I'm sure 60GB would be great, but bigger is always better and if I can come across 100-120Gb at a fantastic price per GB, I'll try to swing for the bigger as long as it is a good performer. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    I'm sure 60GB would be great, but bigger is always better and if I can come across 100-120Gb at a fantastic price per GB, I'll try to swing for the bigger as long as it is a good performer. Thanks!
    Before Sandforce came out, Intel drives were the best on the consumer level SSD market. The -M series (for "mainstream") are still quite decent performers. Recent roadmaps into 2011 show that they'll be doubling their drive's capacity, which I assume means that the cost per gigabyte will be cut in half. That should exert price pressure on the rest of the market as well.

    Intel will be rolling in the 25nm flash in place of the current 34nm SSD offerings. This will be the basis for the Postville refresh for X25-M parts in 160GB, 300GB, and 600GB variants in Q4 this year.
    I got my 60GB (55.7GB formatted) drive for $150 on a combo deal, and after having tasted its performance, I wouldn't wait for an instant. Sure, I'd love to have 120 or 128 GB, but the 60GB is enough for my O/S, all my programs and all the games I currently play.

    I have seen more performance increase in day to day tasks from the SSD than any single upgrade I've ever made. It's like the difference between using built-in Intel graphics and then gaming on a GTX 480 - like night and day. The problem is - you get used to it, and when I work on a computer that has a regular hard drive, I get impatient... LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    I'm sure 60GB would be great, but bigger is always better and if I can come across 100-120Gb at a fantastic price per GB, I'll try to swing for the bigger as long as it is a good performer. Thanks!

    You have to watch with the bigger SDD's. The read and write speeds sometimes goes down. Usually 60-128G is no difference. The Vertex2 is very nice for what you are looking at. Eido is trolling again(LOL). He has good advise but the Vertex2 like mentioned is very decent IMO for the price. Its not like anything else out there for the same price is going to tear down the Vertex2's. Others may be slightly be better but you will never notice it Steve. Your smart, you can find a good one. Eido does his homework.... I will give him that. I like to promote harware we get from the manufacturer and OCZ is a solid company.

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    You also have to remember, once these SDD's are not new, they do not have the same write speed as rated also. That was in the review Steve. That GSkill Pheonix looks like a good one but $269 for the 120G.

    http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=1042&page=12

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    Looking at our reviews here and elsewhere; I think I would only be happy with an SSD with SandForce 1200 driving it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    You have to watch with the bigger SDD's. The read and write speeds sometimes goes down. Usually 60-128G is no difference. The Vertex2 is very nice for what you are looking at.Eido is trolling again(LOL). He has good advise but the Vertex2 like mentioned is very decent IMO for the price. Its not like anything else out there for the same price is going to tear down the Vertex2's. Others may be slightly be better but you will never notice it Steve. Your smart, you can find a good one. Eido does his homework.... I will give him that. I like to promote harware we get from the manufacturer and OCZ is a solid company.
    It is possible to refute one's points without name callin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    It is possible to refute one's points without name callin.

    I did a LOL. My apologies. If you read the rest I complimented him. I hope he saw it as a funny. I am warming up to the little buttercup! He spent his time in the barrel so Me Likie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    I did a LOL. My apologies. If you read the rest I complimented him. I hope he saw it as a funny. I am warming up to the little buttercup! He spent his time in the barrel so Me Likie!
    Buttercup? Why thank you! So, shall I call you Vizzini? LOL!

    I have some points of yours to refute from this thread, but I'm not gonna do so if you're going to get offended. Promise that we can rationally discuss stuff, and I'll share what I know. k?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eido.cohen View Post
    Buttercup? Why thank you! So, shall I call you Vizzini? LOL!

    I have some points of yours to refute from this thread, but I'm not gonna do so if you're going to get offended. Promise that we can rationally discuss stuff, and I'll share what I know. k?

    Don't overshadow. Just make recommendation. You will eventually learn. Buttercup, Steve can make his own decision. I do try to recommend what we have reviewed here out of respect for the donation to the forum. That is 1 key thing to remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    I did a LOL. My apologies. If you read the rest I complimented him. I hope he saw it as a funny. I am warming up to the little buttercup! He spent his time in the barrel so Me Likie!
    I know, I know. I just gotta keep an eye on you or you might try to put a spider into buttercup's lunchbox, and I just can't have that.

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    OK no buttercups, pat's on each others butts, or kisses in the dark, lmao and above all NO spiders in Buttercups lunch box, Logan may have to take your rig for 90 days lol

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