Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Ultra Series (SDSSDH-120G,SDSSDH-240G)
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Works Great with Ninja 2
Shinji-P, B&H Photo
4 January 2016
Excerpt: I use my Atomos Ninja 2 to capture live streams from a BMD ATEM switcher at the highest quality setting (ProRes 422 HQ) which requires a steady 220Mbps recording rate. I experienced dropouts once using an old 5400 RPM drive from 2009...probably not the best decision I made in my life..
Pros: Easy To Install, Fast, Highly Compatible, Reliable
Excerpt: I bought this to extend the life of an old Windows notebook a few more years, and it fulfilled my expectations. It installed easily and works perfectly. Adding an SSD is the best way to revive an aging computer, and the Sandisk unit is a great price/performance value.
Pros: Easy To Install, Fast, Highly Compatible, Quiet, Reliable
Excerpt: I purchased two of this size and now worry about the other one. I also purchased the 1TB version and now also worry about that one. I had been very satisfied until this first one failed and now I just wait for the others to fail.
Summary: Typical of Solid State Drives, they are much faster for reading/writing and OS Start-up. But, I think i got myself a faulty unit. On a pretty weekly basis, my PC is crashing, and upon restarting, it acts as if the drive was damaged, but a wiggle of the SATA cable connector, and it boots up like...
Summary: This drive gave new life to my lagging laptop. When I discovered that my data bottleneck was my slow hard disk drive, I looked around for a high performing but economical solid state drive. The SanDisk Ultra II was my answer.
Summary: Product review for Sandisk 250GB SSD I love my new Sandisk 250GB SSD because it has extremely fast speed of reading and writing, great duration, fairly huge space, and affordable price. The extreme fast speed of SSD It is wasting that comparing the speed of SSD hard with SATA hard.
Summary: I bought one of these to use in my old Lenovo ThinkPad. It significantly cut down on the boot time, improved battery life, and I don't have to worry about that ridiculous G sensor in Lenovo's that stops the hard drive if you move it, thinking the laptop was dropped.
Absolutely lives up to the hype in terms of speed and reliability.
Julia and Erik, Amazon
18 August 2015
Summary: This is actually the second SanDisk I bought; I picked up the 120gb model for another build's boot drive, and liked it so much that I got this one for my laptop to replace the blown-out HDD. The Good: It's light. REALLY light. It feels like you're holding a few baseball cards.