OCZ Offering Free SSD Replacements for 2Xnm Drives

Written by John Ponio    Wednesday, 23 February 2011 13:11

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If you've been reading this website for a while, you know doubt know that the new 2Xnm SSDs have a big problem. Another problem is that the newer drives use fewer NAND chips, meaning write speeds are slower than those drives using more. After receiving many complaints, OCZ is now replacing, for free, the older 2Xnm drives with updated drives that have the more NAND chips. These new drives also help regain some of the lost storage we've reported was lost with the move to the new architecture.  If you want a replacement drive, file a ticket at OCZ's website here.