bit-tech.net: Value wise the Apex is also a little disappointing. While we appreciate that cutting edge tech always carries a premium, the cost per gigabyte of the Apex at 2.87 in comparison to the G.Skill Titans 1.83 doesnt make it as appealing (if you can ever call that sort of price per Gigabyte appealing!), although its still a lot better than the 4.50 per Gigabyte Intel charges for its 80GB X25-M. If youre genuinely thinking about splashing this sort of cash on an SSD though, rather than opt for the OCZ Apex 120GB SSD, you might as well go the whole hog and grab the G.Skill, which packs more well rounded overall performance and more than twice the capacity for just 125 more! That might sound like a lot, but in the world of SSDs it really is worth it, especially if youre considering using the drive as a boot disk for a high end system after all, you can never have too much hard drive space. While the OCZ Apex 120GB is still an admirable step up from the previous generation of OCZ SS
driverheaven.net: The most aggressive company in the SSD market most likely is OCZ, who released no less than six new series of SSD drives during the past seven months. Today we will have a look at one of their mainstream series SSD models, the Apex 120GB. We are going to see how well the latest mainstream MLC SSD drive from OCZ can perform in this review.
hothardware.com: The solid state drive, or SSD, market is incredibly hot at the moment, with a constant influx of new products that seem to leapfrog previous offerings at every turn. No one has been able to overtake Intel's X25 series of SSDs in terms of overall performance just yet, but the SSDs available from many other companies today are clearly superior to the previous generation. The latest offering to land on the HotHardware test bench is the OCZ Apex Series SATA II SSD. Like OCZ's previous solid state drives, the Apex series fits in a standard 2.5&quot; form factor, but changes to some components and the internal configuration of the drive make the Apex series much more appealing.
legitreviews.com: The folks at OCZ have come up with a creative solution to help improve performance with their new Apex line of MLC based SSD's. Available in 60, 120 and 250GB capacities with a 2.5&quot; form factor, the Apex drives utilize a RAID-0 configuration with a JMicron JMB390 RAID controller and dual JMF602(B) JMicron SSD controllers all enclosed in the drive itself without the need for external software or hardware to assist. In addition, the JMF602 controllers each have a 16KB on-die cache to help performance.