Reviews and Problems with SanDisk SSD Series (SDSSDP-064G,SDSSDP-128G,SDSSDP-256G)
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Handy but SLOW
2 weeks ago
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...
Pros: Worked well for two, 3 & 1/2 month periods of time.
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.
Summary: All SSD's were tested with a lab pc using a Z97 mobo, i3 CPU, and 8GB of ram. They were all copied with the same OS, Win 7 Home Premium 64bit. After testing I only buy the first 4 for installation. They make a used or new laptop much faster and the same goes for desktops. Hope this helps someone.
Pros: Bought this one 3 yrs ago. Was a trade in for a larger SSD. It still works great. Here is a list of SSD performances of SSD's installed in the last month. AData 128G 357 MB/sec, Mushkin 240G Eco2 357 Mb/sec, Intel Pro 1500 180G 340 MB/sec, Sandisk 128G 321 MB/sec, OCZ 240G 274 MB/sec, SP 120G 216...
Cons: The OCZ and the SP SSD's showed lower performance than the other ones.