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Intel 335 Series SSD
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Intel 335 Series SSD

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Overall 6

Intel 335 Series 180GB SSD

PC Magazine
27 June 2013
  • Conclusion: Intel builds a good product, but the Intel 335 Series solid-state drive doesn't dominate the market.
  • Pros: Decent price per GB. Intel's bundled toolbox is quite useful.
  • Cons: Older NAND controller shows its age against newer hardware.
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Tweak Town
8 April 2013
  • Summary: When we go shopping for computer parts, we rarely point to a specific product and say that's the model I want and I'm going to save up until I can buy it. The process generally starts out a bit different and based on what's free in our bank account.
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Overall 7

Intel 335 Series SSD 240GB Review

maximum pc
5 April 2013
  • Excerpt: The last time we heard from Intel 's SDD department it was throwing around its performance-oriented 520 Series SSD that rocked a SandForce controller and custom Intel firmware with 25nm NAND flash.
  • Pros: Respectable performance across the board; relatively inexpensive
  • Cons: Not faster than previous drives; price should be even lower to be competitive; 9.5 tall
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Overall 8

Intel SSD 335 vs. Intel SSD 330 Review: Inexpensive SSD Evolution

X-bit labs
6 February 2013
  • Summary: Not so long ago Intel started slowly replacing their inexpensive SSD 330 series products with the newer SSD 335 ones. According to the manufacturer, there should be no major differences in the characteristics, but we disagree.
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Intel 335 Series 240 GB SSD Review

5 February 2013
  • Summary: Intel has released its new Intel 335 Series SSDs featuring 20nm MLC NAND and a SandForce SF-2281 processor. Its new MLC NAND boasts impressive power and write specifications. This SSD is geared for the budget market, but will it be able to compete with low-cost TLC alternatives?
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Tweak Town
30 November 2012
  • Summary: Admittedly, I spent more time in the review looking at how the new 335 Series compared to the 520 Series that I largely ignored the Samsung 840 250GB. The 335 is good enough to compare to Intel's flagship consumer SSD and for the most part walks away from Samsung's new mainstream SSD in this...
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Intel SSD 335 240GB review: 20nm entry-level SSD

22 November 2012
  • Excerpt: New 20nm flash chips will make SSDs potentially cheaper in the future, but do they influence performance?
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Overall 9
Value for money 8
Performance 10
Functionality 10
Appearance 9

Intel SSD 335 Series Solid State Drive

Benchmark Reviews
16 November 2012
  • Conclusion: IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time.
  • Pros: Outstanding 558/533 MBps read/write speed with ATTO, Produced 80,015 combined 4K IOPS, Among the fastest SATA-based SSDs available, TCG OPAL security with 256-bit AES encryption, Uses 20nm NAND flash components, SandForce SF-2281 processor supports TRIM, SMART, and RAISE, DuraWrite technology ext...
  • Cons: Similar products carry five-year warranty, Expensive enthusiast-level product
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Overall 9

Expert Review

7 November 2012
  • Summary: The solid state storage market has rapidly evolved over the last four years or so. Whereas early drives were relatively slow and offered inconsistent performance, current high-end drives routinely approach the limits of the SATA interface and off much better performance, both in terms of sequential...
  • Pros: Good Performance, 3-Year warranty, Competitive Pricing
  • Cons: Not quite as fast as some other SandForce-Based Drives
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Intel's 335 Series SSD reviewed

29 October 2012
  • Summary: Intel is arguably better at mass-producing semiconductors than anyone else in the business. That prowess has served its microprocessor division well, and it's definitely paying dividends on SSD front.
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