Reviews and Problems with SanDisk SDSSDRC-032G-G26
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26 December 2015
Summary: Used this for the OS in one of my system and used a tb hdd for storage was a decent setup. The space available an read speed will force you to be creative with you're data. I ended up sending all user data, paging files, cache, and installed all programs to the storage drive.
Pros: Great price when I bought it Okay read speeds
Summary: Bought this low end SSD to upgrade a fleet of old Dell workstations from XP to Windows 7 a few years ago--essentially allowed us to squeeze a few more years of life out of aged desktops by improving boot and running performance. A bargain SSD for lower end business class workstations.
Pros: Inexpensive upgrade for old Windows 7 or earlier boxes. Reasonable improvement to boot time. More stable and energy efficient than older SATA drives.
Cons: Room for OS (up to Windows 7 or most Linux distros) and not much more.
Pros: Simple, was cheap for comparable sized ssd at time very light.
Cons: Really did very little for performance. Converting it to usable space was not worth it. Currently expensive vs a full featured SSD. Replaced this with a Chronos 60GB SSD for a real performance gain used as dedicated cache drive.
Summary: For a noticeable performance boost, I recommend sticking with an Intel motherboard that supports SSD cache with its chipset, or get a third party PCIe card that supports HyperDuo.
Pros: The drive itself seems fine, if you're looking for something with low capacity. But I'm not paying for just the drive...
Cons: The ReadyCache software really feels useless. Maybe I don't see it because I already have a RAID-5 setup, but I was hoping for some performance boost. It's just cutting off a second or two on load times, if anything. Drivers load after boot, so there's little to no reduction in boot time. Cache t...
Summary: Good buy if you want to give your mechanical hard drives a little pep without the hassle of setting up a caching hard drive manually.
Pros: Does its jobs well as a caching drive and installation of the hardware and software is a breeze
Cons: Wish the software was more customizable and able to allocate the cache to specific hard drives like ROMEX's Primo Cache software allows. You can use it with third party software but why not include it in this one?
Summary: I initially bought one of these to replace my Kingston 64Gb SSD that only lasted a year. Since then, I have bought 3 more of these in the past few years with no problems or failures. These are perfect for your operating system + a few games to live on, or for a small server.