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OCZ Agility 3 240GB 2.5" SATA-3 SSD Solid State Hard Drive - $250 DELIVERED @ Overclockers UK

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As seen on HUKD. Low price for a good piece of kit.

Price is 139.99GBP + 14GBP DELIVERY = $250 @ 1.59 to the pound

As the third generation of the Agility Series, OCZ Agility 3 Solid State Drives are designed and built to unleash the full potential of the 6Gbps SATA3 interface. The OCZ Agility 3 pushes the limits in both sequential and random data transfer rates, significantly improving your gaming, multimedia, and overall computing experience over traditional mechanical hard drives. In addition to maximized productivity, a Agility 3 upgrade makes a hard drive equipped notebook more portable than ever with superior durability and reduced power consumption. Using the latest break through controller and flash technology, Agility 3 SSDs workin perfect harmony with next generation platforms and operating systems to deliver the industry’s best storage solution.

  • Capacity: 240GB
  • Controller: SandForce SF-2281
  • Maximum Read: 525MB/sec
  • Maximum Write: 500MB/sec
  • Max I/O Per Second (IOPS): 85,000 IOPS (4KB File)
  • NAND Flash: Multi-Level Cell (MLC)
  • Interface: SATA-III / 6Gbps (Backwards compatible with SATA-II / 3Gbps)
  • TRIM Support (Requires Windows 7)
  • Winner of 54 awards/reviews worldwide
  • Warranty: 3 Years

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closed Comments

  • Must as well get the Sandisk Extreme for $247 pp cos its using toggle Nand instead of Asyn Nand. Faster in lots of benchies and local warranty. Recently got myself one from Shopping express for $252 delivered.

    http://www.shoppingexpress.com.au/buy/sandisk-240gb-extreme-...

  • If the drive dies, you will have to ship the drive back to Taiwan for RMA.

    According to OCZ:

    Shipping Costs:

    The customer is required to pay shipping and handling charges to send the defective product to OCZ.

    OCZ provides free return shipping and handling to the following countries:

    [A big list of countries is given, but AUSTRALIA is not in it!]

    In case things go FUBAR you would be shelling out quite a bit for the return postage, I'd too recommend getting a Sandisk Extreme SSD locally as well.

  • These guys often get a lot of stick on HUKD, however, I've bought from them for years with no issues; when I have needed support, then its been a fairly painless process.. no idea about using them internationally though.

  • Scorptec has the Sandisk extreme 240GB (SDSSDX-240G-Q25) for $249 with a free SanDisk Cruzer 16GB USB Flash Drive if you use code "FREEUSB"

    Free pickup from stores available…

    I think i might cave in.

  • SSD price war in full swing:
    http://hexus.net/tech/news/storage/39853-ssd-price-war-full-...

    Reports originating from Taiwan last month suggested that many of the major players - including the likes of Intel and Crucial - would initiate a price war in an effort to maximise market share and squeeze out some of the smaller providers. This strategy, coupled with lower pricing for NAND flash memory, has seen the cost of popular drives tumble in recent weeks.