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Old 03-08-11, 04:23 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Need fast help about the Vertex 2


The drive is on sale at newegg @ 180$ (120 Gb) which is 20$ cheaper than what I can get.

Part number is: OCZ Vertex 2 OCZSSD2-2VTXE120G
Now I'm wondering if that drive is the revision with lower performance. If yes, then is OCZ really offering to replace the drive?

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OCZ will replace those drives. There is also a thread here in this section that states teh differences.

Funny, you started that thread too...

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OCZ will replace those drives. There is also a thread here in this section that states teh differences.

Funny, you started that thread too...
Yes I know. I can't find back the page where some one was explaining how to differentiate them with the code number
I guess I will dig in my own topic

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Something I don't understand is that you can still get a 32nm NAND drive with the "E" version. In the case I really have a 32nm, is there any difference with the reference model? I heard something like 32 vs 64 IC, but that's beyond my knowledge.
Also, even after re reading the topic I haven't found anything about how the replacement procedure works. Mhhh... I think I'll skip that offer; mwe nut understand enough all the variables

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Just get it. Really. If the performance craps the bed. Then worry about it. Its an RMA, not rocket science.

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