That and the fact that none are rated for 24/7 yet. We're having a hard time getting OCZ to honor warranties for us at work because we put them in a server chassis even.
As someone else said OCZ is not what I'd put in my home computer let alone a server.
The OCZ problem has nothing to do with being rated for 24/7 and all to do with being OCZ.
There are big differences between Enterprise class drives and home drives.
For a Server I would use SAS drives. They are not cheap but they last.
I did some HP servers for someone through work last year, They provided all the parts. Despite their being frugal, They Knew to go with SAS drives.
I mainly run Intel and one stray Samsung here at home. Even then I'd go Samsung 840 Pro not their bargain line the 840EVO which has TLC memory and not the longer lived memory of the Intels and 840Pro. When I bought the Intel SSDs, at the time I bought Intel for reliable. 5 Year Warranty BTW.
Also if I were going SSD in a server it would be a three SSD raid setup and only to hold the OS related items and not the data.
Edited by TBoneit, 14 October 2013 - 01:31 PM.