Patriot Wildfire 120GB Solid State Drive Review
Andy Ruffell / 10 years ago
The packaging from the front is very simple and a pretty standard afraid, but does display the model name including capacity and informs us that the drive is SATA III.
Unlike any SSD packaging that we’ve seen before, the Wildfire actually incorporates a panel which flaps open up to reveals the relevant dimensions and specifications of the device including information on how to install the drive into a desktop and serve machine as well as a notebook. Also included is a list of ways on contacting Patriot via email or by visiting their website.
By the above panel opening up, it gives room for a windowed view of the SSD in all its glory.
The rear of the box provides a brief description of the main features which includes the low power consumption, SATA III compatibility and silent operation. More information is also available on how to contact Patriot, depending on your region.
Opening things up, we find a bunch of accessories that resemble very much from what we’ve seen with the OCZ Vertex 3. We find a mounting bracket for desktop machines with relevant screws and a “Go Lightning Fast” stick to slap on the side of your chassis if that’s the kind of thing you’re in to.