Summary: This is an excellent SSD, I replaced the HDD of my Toshiba 630 laptop. I'm using windows 7 and was board whenever I need to do a start up for the system or reboot. With this SSD the reboot is extremely fast and launching application as well.
Summary: I did a lot of research on an SSD for my wife's 13 inch Macbook Pro purchased at the end of 2009. I heard there were a few issues with many SSDs paired up with an older Macbook like the one I was going to upgrade.
Summary: Bought this to upgrade my I7 system in the one area it was lacking. Improved my WEI to 7.5 from 5.9. If you dont have a SSD, get one. Best boost to system performance you will see these days. Boots in :40 from power button to Windows fully loaded.
Summary: GREAT SSD!!!!.... and you will not have any trouble IF YOU don't install it in a old computer that doesn't support AHCI, IF YOU do a clean install with WINDOWS 7 (not Vista not XP and definitely not older MACs) IF YOU DON'T BENCHMARK IT EVERY 5 mins and don't defrag, turn it off.
Summary: Plugged it in and it worked flawlessly. Very quick boot times. Windows 7 has all the drivers, etc built in so it is very simple. Make sure you set your BIOS to AHCI as with all SSDs, preferably before installing new copy of windows 7.
Summary: If you can tell from the title, I *love* these SSD drives! When you add one of these Samsung SSDs to an Intel Core 2 system, you will see faster boot time and program response time. When you add one of these bad boys to an Intel Core i5 or Core i7... wow!
Summary: This summer, I was looking into buying a new computer, but $1000+ dollars were out of my price range. So I looked into other upgrades I could do myself, and going to an SSD was one of the most recommended.