Tag: OCZ

Test Your Media Before Upgrading

In my haste to upgrade to Windows 8 I forgot to test my USB installation drive and it wasn’t until it was too late that I had already wiped my SSD (and Windows 7) leaving the Windows 8 ISO stranded on the hard drive. It seems that my motherboard just doesn’t want to boot off …

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OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 and Sleep Modes

Here’s an observation that I have come across when using the OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 solid state drive and my experiences with putting my computer into sleep mode. There have been numerous reports that the solid state drive doesn’t like to be put into the S3 sleep mode which can result in a blue screen …

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Stabilisation Tips for Your Gaming Rig

GPU Temp Readout

For about a month now my desktop computer has been working fine after I had dropped in the OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 solid state drive but since then I have experienced some instability when playing games on it (particularly Team Fortress 2 or TF2 for short). The system wouldn’t crash but the screen would go blank …

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OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 Update

Thought I would provide an interim update on how I am going with the new OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 solid state drive that I received in the last week. Windows 7 Ultimate is up and running after a minor wrestle to get Windows setup up and running. I had to revert all of the other …

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OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 Solid State Drive Unboxing & Preview

A little while ago I gave you all the heads up that I was getting a new solid state drive for my desktop computer to replace the Patriot Warp 128GB SSD that is currently my bootable OS and application drive. It has been running a bit slow given that I run it close to capacity …

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Incoming Gadget – OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2

A quick update to let you know about another incoming gadget. I’ve been looking at upgrading to a larger solid state drive given my current 128GB SSD (Patriot) is somewhat limiting for Windows and applications. I’ve recently sold some excess stuff and thought I could reinvest some of the money in a new bit of kit …

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