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Monday, 07 May 2012 12:54

OCZ Agility 3 SSDs get to 91.4 € for 120GB

Written by Fuad Abazovic



240GB for €201.58, free shipping


We have been waiting for this moment for a while. We wanted to see that SSD drives of decent size drop under 1 euro per GB and now we lived to see the day that the price of a 500MB/s drives got to 0.761 € per GB.

We are talking about the cheapest readily available SSD in Europe, the Agility 3 120GB with 6GB/s that is available at Amazon and will ship for free to you for €91.40.

The is capable of 525MB/s read spends, while the write speed hits 500MB/s. It features a SandForce SF-2281 controller and it will definitely speed up your computer especially if you are still using HDD as your system drive.

The 240GB version of a drive is selling between €188.70 and €201 depending on the country while the massive 480GB drive is selling for €449 again below the €1 per gigabyte mark.

You can get the 120GB here 240GB is listed here and the big guy, the 480GB model is here.



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