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7.4 out of 10

Intel X25-M Series SSD

Intel 34nm X25-M The Intel 34nm X25-M is a 34-nanometer (nm Read more

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Overall 4

You are better off getting something newer.

Jacob Townsend, Amazon
7 March 2014
  • Summary: I bought this hard drive because my computer is from last generation SATA II era. I didn't check to see if any newer SSDs would be compatible with SATA II and went ahead and bought this one thinking that nothing could go wrong. Been 3 months now and I am extremely dissatisfied with the purchase. Not only is the drive freezing and locking up just about all the time now, Intel no longer supports this drive on their Software.
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Overall 4

It is supposed to be new...

Kaorisdad, Amazon
8 January 2014
  • Summary: I thought this drive was supposed to be new, and the anti-static packaging mine came in was previously opened. My SSD was all scuffed up on the back of the drive and it looked like someone was using it as a hockey puck. My understanding is these earlier SSDs have a finite life, so getting one that looks used is a little disconcerting. I have installed it and it works fine, but again, it sure doesn't look like a new product. Oddly, it came with HP labeled documentation?
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Overall 4

Rippin' fast! Fast, quiet, low power. Then it threw errors.

Neil Kirby, Amazon
27 November 2009
  • Summary: IMPORTANT UPDATE AT BOTTOM: Original Review: This drives makes my Windows (Win 7, x64) machine the fastest booting system I've ever had the pleasure of using. The speed difference is hard to comprehend. It's really that fast. The drive is silent, so now I have the quietest PC I've ever used as well. It uses almost no power, so if you are looking to make a green and quiet PC, this drive is worth the cost.
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