Summary: This was a great product, but it's an electronic item so like all electronics they fail when you least expect it. If your Looking to upgrade to an SSD from a HDD, Then I recommend this item. When buying an SSD for your OS 120 gigs is fine. If it's for GAMING!!
Pros: -Was Fast but not as fast as SATA 3 6gs -Intel
Cons: *** Died after only 6 months use*** 1,200,000 life span is a Joke. No SSD Drive on the market will last this long. The cells will dry up by then. Got about 100,000 hours out of it only, _gave this 2 eggs because of the short lengh of the products life span this doesn't mean they will all do this....
Summary: I had 3 of these fail in my Win 7 laptop after a few months of use. Never had any problem with the spinning drive on the laptop. Intel customer service was great, replacing each one quickly. Finally they refunded my money.
Summary: Is it Windows7 that's being a PITA? I have an OCZ SSD in my Ubuntu laptop that worked instantly with no messing around.
Pros: Price.. got it on sale and a hefty $50 promised too.. pity it's likely to be returned though (good job I've not cut any UPCs yet)
Cons: Drive arrived 'security frozen' which meant messing around with ssd toolbox and unplugging replugging the drive. Why wouldn't it just work out of the box? Still comes up 'media write protected' under Computer Management so it's effectively useless.
Pros: Got it to replace the Kinston SDD 64GB which runs great on win7 & ASUS MB M2NPV-VM that is 5 yr old and doesn't have AHCI. After installed, it takes 10-20 minutes to reboot also when open an application with HD ind lit solid. Tried to copy the old data with windows restore and a clean installatio...