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OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD Review

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD Review

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD – The Drive

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OCZ package their Enyo drive in a lovely looking compact box which shows us a clear image of the product on the front and notes various specifications on the back. Inside we find a small manual, case sticker and a USB 3.0 A to Mini-B cable which is 3 feet long.

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The drive itself uses a sturdy feeling anodized aluminium casing which has an angled design and it measures 2.2×4.72×0.39inches and weighs 87.7g. Close to the end of the top surface is the word Enyo and at the bottom edge we find two blue LEDs. One signifies power on, the other is for activity. Flipping the drive over we find a product information sticker and the OCZ logo etched into the base.

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Inside the Enyo is a standard SSD PCB which contains 128GB of Intel NAND flash chips which are split into four banks of four. On the top surface we have 64mb of Elpida memory which is used as a cache and beside this is the Indilinx Barefoot controller. Sitting between the Indilinx chip and the USB 3.0 connector is a Symwave SW6316 USB 3.0 to SATA 2 controller.

The Enyo is available in 64, 128 and 256GB models with the 128GB version having rated speeds of read 260MB/s, write 200MB/s and sustained write of 150MB/s. The power draw in use is 2.4w and at idle it is 1.1w, ideal for a portable device and the shock resistance is rated to 1500G. As with standard desktop SSDs the Enyo controller is capable of garbage collection to ensure performance is maintained over time and OCZ rate the MTBF at 1.5 million hours with a 3-year warranty.

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