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Zotac Sonix SSD Review – Packaging and Bundle
Zotac Sonix SSD Review – The Drive
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Zotac Sonix SSD Review – Conclusion
Zotac may not be the first name that comes to mind when deciding to buy an SSD but the Sonix drive should change that for a lot of people. Their first foray into the SSD market was decent, a solid SATA based model but this is a whole different beast.
Starting with the build quality and design we have a good quality device, one which looks good and touches a little on the design of Zotacs graphics cards (e.g. the backplate). Zotac go with Phison controller and Toshiba NAND on this product, known proven components and it is nice to see the option of running the drive in a half height system.
If there is one minor doubt in our minds over the product it is ongoing support, not that the warranty is an issue (its 3-years) but currently there is no indication on how easy it will be to update the firmware and there is no application available to monitor or maintain the drive, something the competition offer.
There are no issues with performance though. On that front the Sonix is very impressive. Occasionally another drive like the Intel 750 (also a PCIe, NVMe drive) will edge ahead but more often than not the Sonix leads the way. In fact it provided exceptional real world performance and caused us to have to edit our performance chart for Atto. We’ve never seen a drive go past 3000MB/s before!
Summary: Looks great, performs even better… a very impressive SSD from Zotac.