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    Haha, Awesome man! Too bad Sandforce doesn't play well with AS SSD or I bet that would put out some majorly rocking results!

    What's the 16GB indicating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Haha, Awesome man! Too bad Sandforce doesn't play well with AS SSD or I bet that would put out some majorly rocking results!

    What's the 16GB indicating?
    AS SSD is not so bad with my Revo, planning on benching it with AS in a few days.
    I didn't want to kill that drive with too many benches in the short period of time...

    16GB OP - over-provisioning (shrinked volume by 16gigs)
    With OP, what you're looking at is limiting the actual space that can be written to get 3 benefits - (i) extra blocks to allow consistent user capacity in the event of nand failure, (ii) maintenance of speeds & (iii) endurance/life-span/longevity

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    Well it's still sandforce right? If so, and I think so, be careful cause if you do it a lot it will slow it down cause those controllers can't handle compressed data/

    Ohh on the 16GB, thanks, wasn't sure as I never have to do that with C300's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Well it's still sandforce right? If so, and I think so, be careful cause if you do it a lot it will slow it down cause those controllers can't handle compressed data/

    Ohh on the 16GB, thanks, wasn't sure as I never have to do that with C300's
    Yes, one has to be careful not to bench it too many times with compressed data. I do it once a week - hard - and then let it rest for a week or so.

    I had before C300 - was not happy with the performace - reason for me jumping to Revo.
    In a couple of months OCZ will have a new baby - OCZSSDPX-ZD3P84300G it will "kill" everything out there:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by greggy101 View Post
    In a couple of months OCZ will have a new baby - OCZSSDPX-ZD3P84300G it will "kill" everything out there:)
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