OCZ 60GB SSD is in agility EX an unusual combination of the popular Barefoot Indilinx controller and SLC Flash (Single Level Cell) from Intel. Another feature of the Solid State Drive (SSD) is the customer-friendly capacity indication that the actual usable space approximates. OCZ counted in agility EX 60GB namely in binary (1024 bytes = 1 kilobyte), while most disk manufacturers to calculate decimal gigabyte capacity (1000 bytes = 1 kilobyte). Another consumer-friendly 60GB is the extended warranty of three years, the OCZ on the Agility EX granted.
When OCZ 60GB 6DT EX is the very fast Indilinx controller 64 MB cache module Elpida S51321CBH-TF to the side. A total of 16 flash chips á 7.5 GB net capacity of the type Intel 29F32G08FANC1 on both sides of the SSD board installed evenly. The shock resistance of the OCZ 60GB EX is very good in 1500 G. The SLC SSD needs according to OCZ in standby mode 0.5 watts and 2 watts for access - common values for a flash drive with Indilinx controller. The mean time between failures (Mean Time Between Failures, MTBF) is good according to the manufacturer 1.5 million hours.
The OCZ 60GB EX achieved under the SLC models - along with the Kingston SSD Now E-Series SNE125-S2 32GB so far the third best data rates in the practice test. When reading the EX came on excellent agility 104.9 MB / s. The best MLC SSD in this discipline, the hotel's SLC rival OCZ 120GB EXwas here with 110.3 MB / s while 5 percent faster, but costs almost twice per gigabyte. Still gained a lot more put the OCZ 60GB EX during the writing test with outstanding 106.9 MB / s - the second highest value of all the flash drives in the test. Scale is the Transcend SSD TS120GSSD25D-M, with the excellent 93.6 MB / s was faster than twelve percent. And when copying scratched the Agility EX with 99.26 MB / s, even just the magic 100-MB/s-Grenze past.