OCZ RevoDrive X2 PCI-Express SSD Test @ Benchmark Reviews

Over the past several years, OCZ have transformed themselves from an enthusiast system memory brand into a recognized name for high-performance storage devices. They’ve earned consumer praise for their ability to deliver Solid State Drive technology at a reasonable price, and they push the boundaries with their High Speed Data Link project.

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There’s a solid middle ground between SATA and HSDL, and that’s the PCI Express bus. Not long ago Benchmark Reviews tested the SandForce-driven OCZ RevoDrive, and now we’re back with the high-level version of that product: OCZ RevoDrive X2. Now using four SF1200 SSDs in RAID-0, the RevoDrive X2 series is capable of up to 120,000 IOPS at speeds up to 740 MB/s.

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  1. Apparently there’s an issue with Revodrives’s, you can’t run raid storage from your motherboard, with the motherboard bios set to raid, there is a conflict with the two raid rom’s, OCZ says that it’s not a Revodrive problem, but an issue with the motherboards. Here’s a link to the issue.

    https://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/forum/showthread.php?79399-I-am-interested-in-a-OCZ-RevoDrive-PCI-Express-SSD-who-needs-a-x4-PCI-E-slot.-Is-the-motherboard-able-to-boot-over-PCI-E-p5k-premuim&p=564392&highlight=#post564392

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