Reviews and Problems with SanDisk SSD Series (SDSSDP-064G,SDSSDP-128G,SDSSDP-256G)
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Pretty Good Value
Guang L., Newegg
20 September 2015
Summary: I used this to upgrade a laptop (from a HDD), it boots much faster now, but the only issues I have with this SSD is the capacity, because personally I would have rather purchased a 240+gb model.
Pros: Low Cost (Mine came free with my monitor) Acceptable Performance
Cons: Capacity, Simply doesn't come any larger in this model than 120gb
Summary: Hardware is great. EZ Gig IV not so fast. (For the youngsters "IV" is what is called Roman Numerals, you need to know them if you what to be an Archaeologist, they were used a long time ago, even before me) The use of Roman Numerals was chosen by the company, I am certain, to indicate that this...
Summary: ReadyCache stopped working after upgrading to Windows 10. Users complained about ReadyCache not working since Windows 10 Technical Preview (released 6 month ago) and Sandisk did not bother to update the software in time for official Windows 10 release.
Pros: Worked well for two, 3 & 1/2 month periods of time. Used it exclusively for Windows 7 & most recently Windows 10 + The Witcher 3.
Cons: With no notice, this drive has failed twice. The first time, I got back to school (where my PC is located) after leaving it sit for a week and no operating system was detected- having worked properly before this point. Today, I had the same problem- the operating system could no longer be found. ...
Summary: I bought this after my 5 yo 64gig Kingston developed intermittent problems. Using it as a system drive. The machine is not a speed deamon, but this drive makes a significant difference. Definitely would buy it again or recommend to a friend.
Pros: Fast Drive, easy to install. Worked flawlessly right after clowning