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  • RE: OCZ Z-Drive Sneak Peek, SSD RAID PCIe Card

    My thinking is similar to "acarzt". Aside from a raid configuration, a normal HD needs no drivers for the Bios to see it as a storage device. What will the Bios see the Z-Drive as??? What I am getting at is this: How will the Z-Drive handle a triple boot configuration? Let's say XP, Vista and OSX? I am not worried about a single OS set
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by Fanatic Gamer on Wed, May 27 2009
  • RE: OCZ Z-Drive Sneak Peek, SSD RAID PCIe Card

    I called OCZ up to ask about how different OS's see the Z-Drive hardware and to ask if this thing is truly a plug and play device. Since it is PCIe this thing needs drivers, right? And drivers work via specific OS right? Plug and play would mean the mobo just sees it as a storage/drive via PCIe, is this the case, and how? Reasoning is they claim
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by Fanatic Gamer on Fri, May 22 2009
  • RE: OCZ Z-Drive Sneak Peek, SSD RAID PCIe Card

    Ummm, it says this thread was created on May 17, 2009? You can buy one now in the U.S. : http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw_1_5?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=ocz+z-drive+pci-express+ssd&x=0&y=0&sprefix=ocz+z At OCZ's website they even have a link to buy-it at Amazon.com. I hope this article is 2 months old. The product
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by Fanatic Gamer on Mon, May 18 2009
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