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I had two OCZ Vertex LEs fail but my current OCZ Vertex 3 has been rock solid for about a year and a half now. The performance they offer is certainly worth the risk, especially if they're only used as a system disk and important data is stored on other drives. HDDs are simply too slow.

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I'm curious -- how do you automatically get Windows to store your videos, music, pictures, documents, to a secondary regular hard drive ?

Or do you just need to keep running a back-up utility ?

Can you preserve your Registry settings, e-mails, favorites, etc. on the back-up drive, in case of SSD failure ?

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I have ran into problems with crucial M4 SSD's Mushkin and Chronos SSD's I Run OCZ Agility 3 SSDs in all of my machines and many of my supported clients have them with no problems.

I am yet to try Samsung ones, I found a good place to be with the Agility 3's and stuck with it for now.

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