OCZ Trion 100 Series SSD Review: Driving Cost Out Of Solid State Storage
OCZ Trion 100 Conclusion
Performance Summary: The OCZ Trion 100 series drives performed well overall considering their value pricing, but mostly trailed the other drives we tested, especially with writes. Read performance was competitive in most tests and with smaller transfer sizes, like those used in ATTO, the drive excels. The Trion 100’s performance also remain consistent regardless of the compressibility of data being transferred and access times were nice and fast relative to the competition.
OCZ Trion 100 Series Solid State Drives -- Find Them At Amazon
There will be four drives in OCZ’s initial Trion 100 series line-up, ranging in capacity from 120GB on up to 960GB. Pricing for the drives is as follows:
- 120GB - $56.99 ($0.47 / GB)
- 240GB - $87.99 ($0.36 / GB)
- 480GB - $184.99 ($0.38 / GB)
- 960GB - $379.99 ($0.38 / GB)
Ultimately, the OCZ Trion 100 series doesn't break any benchmark records, but for those in the market for an affordable SSD to upgrade from a standard hard drive, it's a solid option.