Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Extreme Series (SDSSDX-60G,SDSSDX-120G,SDSSDX-240G,SDSSDX-480G)
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SanDisk Extreme Pro Solid State Drives Reviewed
7 November 2014
Conclusion: Performance Summary : SanDisk’s Extreme Pro series of solid state drives performed very well throughout our entire battery of tests. They faltered a bit in our IOMeter tests, but consistently offered some of the best read performance we have seen to date, with excellent access times, and competitive write performance as well. The drives excelled with large sequential transfers, and with small random transfers at higher queue depths.
SanDisk Extreme PRO 240 - 480 and 960 GB SSD review
The Guru of 3D
7 August 2014
Summary: When you first look at the Extreme PRO series you will raise an eyebrow and will start to wonder that exactly has been changed over the Extreme II series from SanDisk. Well, when we purely talk about peak performance, sure nothing much. However by redesigning the PCB and using the latest batches of their NAND flash memory SanDISK has made the best even better. The performance of the Extreme II series was hard to beat, as these are enthusiast class SSDs.
Summary: PCSTATS is testing out SanDisk's Extreme 240GB SSD, a 6Gb/s SATA III drive rated to 550MB/s Read and 520MB/s Write (sequential) in ATTO Disk Benchmark. SanDisk's Extreme SSD uses 24nm Toggle Mode MLC NAND Flash and the popular LSI SandForce SF-2281 controller.
Excerpt: Sandisk is a big name in flash memory, but this is the first of the company's SSDs we've seen. Capacities are currently limited to 120GB and 240GB, with a 480GB version arriving later in the year. We've reviewed the 120GB version, which costs £144 and £1.21 per gigabyte - good value compared to our current favourite, the Patriot Pyro SE 120GB , which costs £1.33 per gigabyte. The Extreme performed well in our file transfer tests.