OCZ Vector Solid State Drive Review
Despite their recent restructuring there is no doubt that OCZ have, for some time, been a market leader in SSDs. It was 2008 that they entered the SSD market and since then we have seen numerous generations of products from them in terms of traditional SSDs as well as a few more unique products such as the Enyo USB 3.0 SSD, RevoDrive Series of PCIe devices and RevoDrive Hybrid which looked to provide a mix of SSD performance and traditional drive capacity. While all that was going on OCZ were also acquiring some key players in the industry such as PLX Technology and Indilinx.
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A screenshot of Acronis is shown above, it is a nice simple application designed to make moving from our old drive to new (although Windows 8 is not supported) and this is backed up by the OCZ Toolbox. Through that application we can check the status of our drive, wipe it with Secure Erase to return to a fresh state or update the drive firmware for fixes and performance enhancements.