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Old October 31, 2011, 10:18 AM
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Each of them uses synchronous NAND Flash, so they would all be the same.
cept for Max IOPS which uses toggle chips which is just a tad faster

BUT, know this, that the new firmwares were released fixing MANY BSOD problems, including mine.
(sandforce found a problem so they sent a fix to all companies to incorporate it in their own firmwares)

I own a Force 3, and an Agility 3.

I took in consideration that in the corsair forums, there are threads for the Force GT series for problems not in the Force 3 SSD's

And also in the OCZ forums, its the same thing with The vertex 3's, and not so much problems on the Agility/Solid series

All in all, the new firmware (2.15 for OCZ & 1.3.3 for Corsair) SHOULD even out the reliability question here.

ALSO Corsair IS the BEST for RMA's just in case anything happens

EDITED: Galcobar corrected my mix up between synchronous and asynchronous
Corsair 650D / MSI Z77A-G45 / Intel i7-2600k / ASUS GTX780 / 4X4 Gig Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600 / OCZ Vertex 4 120GB x2 / Corsair H100 / Corsair AX1200W PSU
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