17, March 2017: Toshiba OCZ VX500 ssd data recovery software to recover data from Toshiba OCZ VX500 ssd after delete or format and lost data due to not formatted, not recognized, not working, not showing up, power failure, logical damaged.

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Toshiba's new OCZ VX500 is a terrific standard SSD. I do feel, however, that it's a little too expensive. That said, you should wait for the street price to come down before buying one. But if you can't wait, you won't be disappointed either. It's an excellent standard SSD for those needing performance. On the other hand, if you just want an SSD to upgrade an old computer that still runs on a regular hard drive, a budget SSD like the Plextor M7V, or the Crucial MX300 will get the job done for considerably less.Toshiba says the 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB capacities of the VX500 have endurance ratings of 74TBW, 148TBW, 296TBW, and 592TBW, respectively. To put this in perspective, if you write 50GB -- which is two Blu-ray discs worth of data -- per day and every day to the drive, it will take you 4 years to use up the endurance the 128GB version, or 32 years if you get the 1TB version.