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"Patriot Torqx PFZ64GS25SSDRC 2.5\" Internal Solid state disk (SSD)"

"Patriot Torqx PFZ64GS25SSDRC 2.5\" Internal Solid state disk (SSD)"
alaAverage 2.7

3 reviews

Jul, 2014

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got back a new drive, retail package. rma is slow and no reply to my e-mail. i did call and they answered and told me the progress of the rma. the rma process needs work however i think they stand behind it and a ten year warranty is the best

patriot need to get firmware that saves your data. not wipe it. that was a star

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out of the four brands i tride intel,kingston,ocz,patriot. i can only recommend the intel. i would highly recommend this drive for a scratch drive. that way you get a long warranty and if you need to upgrade firmware you wont have to ghost your system.

i was lucky my work bought me 4 brands of hard drives to try out so i can make the call on what to use at work. i really wanted this to work beacuse of the warranty

slow r.m.a., drive degrades in performance quickly. upgrading the firmware wipes the drive. this is the only drive a had to rma which i havent recieved conformation from patriot. i know they got the drive back 4 days ago

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Died after almost no use

 

This is the second piece of hardware I've had to RMA today. The other was a Corsair power supply. I guess buying brand name doesn't save you from the RMA headache anymore... :(

Dunno-- never got an OS installed

3.5" bracket isn't long enough to fit in my rail system; I had to get a different system; drive failed before I even got an OS installed(stopped being detected by BIOS; it worked long enough to flash the firmware and for me to fiddle around with BIOS...

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