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Old February 22, 2010, 07:41 AM
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Default Data corruption when upgrading SSD

Hey Guys, long story short. Was having lots of data corruption problems with 2xOCZ SSDs so I was going to RMA my drives. I bought an Intel SSD in the meantime to hold me over until my two OCZ drives came back. I ended up fixing the data corruption issue (bad timing in my ram) so I now have 3 SSD. When I use both OCZ SSDs (1xVertex 60GB and 1xAgility 120GB) all my data is fine but if I swap the Agility out for the Intel X25-M 160GB SSD I get bad data corruption on both drives. I tried bumping up the SB voltage and it reduced the amount of data corruption but it did not solve the problem. Any ideas?

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