OCZ Summit Driver
UPDATE: We have just posted a performance preview of the OCZ Vertex series as well! It uses a completely new controller technology from. The OCZ Summit: First with Samsung's New Controller. Well before Intel ever introduced the XM, there was one chip company who had. OCZ was kind enough to send us one of their new Summit series drives to test out. Specifically, the 64GB version. Yes, 64GB doesn't seem like.
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OCZ Summit Driver
It would be trivial to say that our coverage of solid state drives has increased dramatically over the OCZ Summit 12 months.
It was really the release of the Intel XM series of drives that OCZ Summit made the market perk up and pay attention to this growing segment of OCZ Summit it brought reliable, glitch free speed at "decent" prices to SSDs for really the first time. Since then companies like Samsung, OCZ Technology, Kingston and even Corsair have seen the light and are making a solid push into the market.
While the drives were faster than previous JMicron-based designs, there is still a lot of room for improvement. The OCZ Summit series of solid state drives is definitely OCZ Summit. The OCZ Summit Series of SSDs The OCZ Summit series OCZ Summit solid state drives is based on a brand new controller from Samsung - so new in fact that our testing drives were actually "glued" together and the name of the controller was sanded off before they arrived to us here.
Because these are very early engineering samples they aren't pretty looking - hand applied OCZ Summit, etc.
Ideal for even mission-critical systems, the Summit Series delivers best-in-class stability and dependability along with faster access times, lower power consumption, and superior durability compared to conventional hard drives. Specification The OCZ Summit specification was taken directly from the OCZ product page and OCZ Summit based around the GB model: Today we look at another one of their contenders: Unlike the other OCZ drives we have reviewed in the past this unit is not powered by JMicron, nor Indilinx but by the granddaddy of them all: In fact, this drive bears a startling OCZ Summit to the recently reviewed Corsair P series SSD that received some high praise from us.
Corsair's drive proved to be quite good albeit with some flusteringly low synthetic benchmarks numbers but OCZ has been known to tweak SSDs for increased performance OCZ Summit we wouldn't be surprised it happens here again.