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4 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of OCZ Apex 250GB / SATAII (OCZSSD2-1APX250G). The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.5/5 for other Solid-state drive for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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This drive rocks...


Just installed this drive in a 2.33 GHz MacBook Pro and this thing rocks. Boot time is fast, as one of my friends puts it "I have never seen a laptop boot that fast!"

Price, but worth it.

Feb, 2009

Consumer review (

Working on Lenovo T61


Most notebooks are shipping with bios that enables AHCI for maximum performance on the SATA controller.

This drive works fine in a Lenovo T61 if you either load the AHCI driver using a usb floppy when loading Windows, or go into bios and change the SATA controller to IDE instead of AHCI.


Feb, 2009

Consumer review (

Not for a Lenovo T61p


Anybody have any ideas what a $800 door stop looks like? I'll give you a hint...

It is a great drive that does what it is supposed to and matches up exactly with what the manufacturer's claims.

The only way that this drive can be used in a Lenovo T61p laptop is in the UltraBay. It CAN NOT be used in the primary drive slot on the computer. The computer's BIOS will NOT recognize the drive. Since it is after market, support from Lenovo is weak...

Feb, 2009

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Great drive, a bit pricey, and the price dropped $100 about 3 days after I got it. Oh well, the price you pay for jumping on the wagon.

Great drive! Access times, read/write times are very close to the rated numbers. I put this in my ASUS N10 Netbook and at least doubled the performance of the computer. It fully boots n about 10 seconds when before I could turn it on, walk away for a...

Heat is a minor issue, but nowhere close to the 160GB 5400RPM drive this drive replaced. No eggs taken away for that, I just thought people should know that the drive does get warm.

Feb, 2009