Reviews and Problems with Intel 320-series (SSDSA2CW)
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Great value price point product!
Ken C, Amazon
9 October 2012
Summary: This was used to convert my laptop from a standard hard drive. It was amazingly simple to install. It was very easy to migrate from the old hard drive. Now I have a better operating laptop with faster boots and longer run time on battery. I could not be happier. I have now ordered another to update my desktop. OS on the SSD and storage on the old TB drive. If you have a laptop, this is the only way to go by far.
Summary: Intel 320 Series 120 GB SATA 3.0 Gb-s 2.5-Inch Solid-State Drive, have had this for a while now on my x58 and its working like a champ, unlike the ocz vertex II that cost $400 and crapped out after a year.
Fast and reliable seller. SSD has been working great for me.
M C, Amazon
8 July 2012
Summary: This was something that I wanted immediately and after contacting the seller, he made his best efforts to accommodate my request to send the SSD out to me ASAP. I received it 3 days prior to my deadline! Now that's service. He also assured me that if it was an Intel defective SSD (there were postings circulating around that Intel had some issues with their SSDs) he would have sent me another one.
Summary: I wont buy any other brand of SSD. I pay a little more for Intel, but I have 6 of these drives now, and have never had a single hiccup over several years. I put these into a server and run virtual machines on them, HARD, 24x7, and they just keep flying.
Summary: I bought one of these for a family members computer a few months ago, and another for myself the other day. So far no problems with either, seem to boot faster than some of my older OCZ Agility SSD's.
Summary: Bought this to replace an older Intel ssd that was running out of space. I tried a newer sata 3 drive but unfortunately ran into a number of computability issues so I thought I would give this a try. Not the fastest ssd you can buy but works well.
Summary: This was my first SSD drive and I am elated with the performance. The disk replication process was easy with the intel migration software. I did have to activate the partition on the new ssd drive in windows before the migration software would detect the drive by USB adapter to sata. But once I did it transfered everything on my disk to the new drive. It booted up Windows 7 and installed the ssd drivers for the SSD. The performance index maxed out in Windows 7.