Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 10, 2015.
Congrats guys !
That he did, amazing guy.
The first thing you guys should test is how long it takes to format them. If they have the same issue as the Vector 180s, OCZ needs to address it immediately.
+1 guru 3d member here. props!
Haha I'm only joking with ya matey. kudos for giving away your drive. Guru3d is the only site I know of that has generous members that give items away. Half decent community here better than alot of others out there.
Bedtime for me anyhow, work tomorrow and boxing in the evening. Goodnight all.
yeah, I gave away a Sapphire Dual-X 7950 on here. The Crucial M4 64gb isn't really in the same boat as far as giveaways go, but I might as well give it to a member here. Otherwise it would most likely just collect dust
i am a self-taught tech who is experienced in hardware and software, everything from build-repairs-upgrades-maintentance, have been since windows 95, started back then as a hobby, you would prob consider me a power-user. I have done various beta tests for microsoft, was a memeber of the microsoft system builder program for awhile. done various other beta tests for other software companies for a long time, for example, been doing beta tests for iobit ever since asc was back in version 3. I beleive this would be an ideal opportunity for me as i have yet to start using solid state drives, and this would be a benefit for you as well as for me, I believe we could both get alot out of this, if i am chosen, beneficial for both you and i. this would be the push that I have been looking for to start to get experience with solid state drives. I would be extremely!! happy for an oppotunity to participate!!!
Too late, you fall under the not enough posts category, ie 1 post.
its ok, i been coming here for quite some time now but never set up an account, will continue to come here for news on driver updates as I always have
The fact that you even tried leads me to believe that you may be a self-taught tech but seriously you aren't that bright are you.
Lucky this isn't paper but you just wasted a few kilobytes of H's server space for nothing.
No point even reading what you said because, Derp.
Is there any particular reason to behave like a moron?
The SSD arrived and I just cloned the drive with the bundled software but I don't know if there's any problems left. After cloning I swapped out the original and put the new one in its spot and got a crash as soon as Windows booted. On the second boot it worked and asked for a restart. On restart it checked for "disk" integrity and fixed a bunch of files.
I'm not sure if it's a great idea to leave it as it is or if I should just do a format and do a completely fresh install. The issue with this is it'd take me an entire day to customize and install everything again.
Oh and for you other 9, for some reason OCZ's website doesn't link Acronis True Image 2014 through the link it lists so I just downloaded it through Acronis's website.
So I guess we should start a new thread in the SSD section now? I'll have the some benchmarks ready as soon as I do some testing to see if there's anything still wrong.
Neat, i wasn't sure if they were being sent so soon.
I to am considering a full install rather than a cloning, but i think I'll give a clone a week or so and see how it feels. When i cloned this OS from my old SSD to the current HDD it all went well and ran with no issues (bar the loading speed :bang, i used EaseUS todo Backup for that though.
Ah, I didn't think they were in the mail yet either. My new Sager arrived yesterday and I was thinking of installing Windows tonight. Maybe I'll wait a couple more days to see if it arrives on my doorstep.
* Haha, my wife just went outside and found the box, on the ground by the steps with our porch rug/mat on top of it.... rather odd - but the bad boy's here and that's what counts. :nerd:
maybe sometime down the road you guys will let me participate in the beta tests, if you do, i will be available at any time
well, maybe we got off on a bad foot, but, that wasnt very nice, i thought i was very polite
General rule of thumb should be to format and install from fresh to make rule out any cloning/partition table issues. I would also suggest someone to open a new thread or section for the test, after all, it will be ongoing for 2 years.
I've had a Windows 8 installation flawlessly migrate from an AMD platform to an Intel one via just plugging it into the new machine and letting it sort itself out, just to suddenly after a month or so start throwing up BSODs and constant "high" (5-15% idle) CPU usage (not a virus/malware) sometimes.
Hey mate u should be able to clone to the new SSD without any problems, as if you had the the same disk as before. Was it 4K aligned when it was cloned? Likely the SSD has some issues though.
I use Easus and tick the SSD option, u could try it instead of Acronis. When u clone use the file copy not sector by sector or the new drive will end up as fragmented as the old one.....
Mate I used to reimage dozens of client machines for Auckland University and we never had issues with cloning....
Sure am Interested. My 256GB Plextor M6 is getting rather small with stuff like BF4, GTA V.. and even LoL already taking 10GB. Had the Original Vertex but sadly can't use it because of compatibility issues with Intel's Z87 and Z97 chipsets.