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OCZ Trion 100 480GB: Review and Quick Performance Benchmark

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OCZ Trion 100 480GB: Review and Quick Performance Benchmark

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The most awarded SSD brand of all time brings you the all-new OCZ Trion 100 Series. Designed to optimize your notebook or PC easily and affordably, the Trion 100 Series SSDs feature Toshiba TLC NAND flash for what OCZ says is “superior balance of performance, reliability, and value that will transform any mobile or desktop system”.

VIDEO INDEX

0:22 – Series intro and alternatives.
0:41 – Some info & specs.
0:50 – OCZ claimed performance.
0:57 – NAND and controller specs.
1:35 – Pricing info.
1:50 – AS SSD Benchmark Access Time performance.
2:07 – CrystalDiskMark Sequential performance.
2:23 – CrystalDiskMark Random 512K performance.
2:40 – CrystalDiskMark 4K performance.
2:50 – PCMark 7 video editing performance.
2:59 – PCMark 7 Gaming benchmark.
3:05 – PCMark 8 Storage bandwidth results.
3:19 – Performance summary.
3:34 – Price comparison.
3:41 – Warranty Info.
3:51 – Thanks for watching.

KEY FEATURES

– Next Gen Toshiba A19nm Triple-Level Cell (TLC)Technology.
– Up to 550 MB/s Sequential Read.
– Up to 530 MB/s Sequential Write.
– Up to 90,000 IOPS 4KB Random Read.
– Up to 64,000 IOPS 4KB Random Write.
– Available in 120GB, 240GB, 480GB, 960GB.
– 120TB Total Bytes Written.
– 1.5 Million Hours Reliability (MTBF).
– 3 Year ShieldPlus Warranty.

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PRODUCT Links

– http://ocz.com/consumer/trion-100-sata-3-ssd

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