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Intel 730 vs. OCZ Vertex 460: Which SSD is the fastest?
We found the introduction of Intel’s latest range of solid state drives, the 730, a good reason to publish. An SSD review Besides Intel also sent us his latest OCZ SSD, the Vertex 460. Its development is, of course, already been used, but it is the first drive that the company released under the new parent company Toshiba.
It is relatively quiet on ssd area for some time. Prices fall in dribs and drabs and it is increasingly difficult for manufacturers to differentiate themselves in a field where the SATA interface is the biggest bottleneck. Many manufacturers are no longer there, most of the available SSD’s is a private label or a la carte is made with a limited selection of controllers and memory as ingredients. Samsung is the best-known exception, with its own controllers and ditto flash memory, resulting in lower prices for the Evo drives. OCZ Vertex 460 and Intel 730
However, Intel also sometimes makes use of a proprietary controller and NAND memory from IMFT plant, which it operates with Micron. With the acquisition of OCZ Toshiba has the latter company’s own Indilinx controllers and Toshiba nand hands. Other manufacturers must use controllers that are made by Marvell or SandForce controllers and combine that with flash memory from various manufacturers.
Intel has introduced its latest solid state drive, the 730 series, announced in late February. The drive has a mix of enterprise features and consumer characteristics, and features an overclocked controller. A month earlier, came out with his OCZ Vertex 460. This is the successor to the controller board that is in the Vector 150. The same controller can also be found. The Vertex 450 These three M10 Barefoot controller sends Toshiba toggle flash on, what are 20nm Micron memory used in the Vertex 450 is.
A result of the acquisition by Toshiba that OCZ only uses Toshiba’s MLC memory, where it previously declined memories from IMFT and Hynix. The Toshiba MLC memory in the 460 is baked on 19nm and is controlled by the Indilinx Barefoot controller 3 M10.
We compare the two protagonists of this review, the 730 and the 460, with their predecessors and competitors. For Intel 530 and we chose the business S3700, which the 730 shares its controller. From OCZ’s Vertex range, we took the 450 for comparison with it.Viewing:-317
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