OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD Review

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OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD

In enthusiast circles there is one company who are held in higher esteem than any other when it comes to SSDs, that company is OCZ. This isnt just down to some well-built, high performance models or the pricing which they use. A huge aspect of why they are so popular is the support they offer their customers. Through a hugely active support forum team they are in constant touch with the end user, resolving issues and passing on tips to get the most out of their latest purchase. In addition to that OCZ are always quick to release well tested and easy to use firmware updates, sometimes months ahead of the competition.

When we last looked at an OCZ product, the Vertex 2, we awarded it our Gold Award and scored it 9/10 and 10/10 in every aspect. So when we saw that they were one of the first manufacturers to release an SSD based on USB 3.0 technology we were keen to try it out. Today we have that SSD connected to our test bench and will be putting it through a selection of tests, including the all-important real world transfer test to find out how it compares to USB 2.0 based mechanical and flash based devices.

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