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    OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    New budget Toshiba 15nm TLC NAND drives provide a speed boost over previous series.
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    Re: OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    pricing is bull####..
    480GB cost 270 euros on amazon
    http://www.amazon.de/OCZ-VTR150-25SAT3-480G-interne-480GB-silber/dp/B00G7J6L3S/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1454596186&sr=8-3-fkmr0&keywords=OCZ+Trion+150

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    Re: OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    Sorry my mistake it`s VECTOR pric,e not TRION

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    Re: OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    Interested to see what the pricing on these is.

    The shieldplus warranty looks pretty solid as well.

    As one of the "many" people that have had their fingers burnt in the past with OCZ (failed Vetex2/3/4 drives!!! ... though I do still have a Vertex 2 and a Vertex 4 going strong) I would be willing to give one a chance given the apparent strong warranty.

    PS. Available for pre-order on Amazon and prices don't look that Earth shattering!
    Think the price/s would need to soften before I would consider one. Could get a Samsung 850 evo for around the same price/s.
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    Re: OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeo View Post
    PS. Available for pre-order on Amazon and prices don't look that Earth shattering!
    Think the price/s would need to soften before I would consider one. Could get a Samsung 850 evo for around the same price/s.
    I imagine the price might fall a little once it's released. I think the Samsung 850 Evo will be the better option though - it's fast (especially in RAPID mode), as well as having a five-year warranty. The OCZ would have to be much cheaper to get my cash!

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    Re: OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    When is the mushkin 4tb ssd out
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    Re: OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    After having 9 OCZ drives die in the space of 3 months to PC's we fitted recently, I will never *EVER* purchase another OCZ drive. Samsung, Crucial and Intel are the only units we fit now...

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    Re: OCZ Trion 150 Series SSDs launched

    Quote Originally Posted by adam0r View Post
    After having 9 OCZ drives die in the space of 3 months to PC's we fitted recently, I will never *EVER* purchase another OCZ drive. Samsung, Crucial and Intel are the only units we fit now...
    Which drives exactly out of interest? As I thought that since the Toshiba buyout (using their NAND and with their improved QC etc.) that the current crop of SSD's were much more reliable / durable!
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