Reviews and Problems with Patriot Memory 64GB Supersonic
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28 February 2013
Summary: usb3.0 connection is no joke! transferring 2 gb from my MBA take less then 2 minutes. Along with a slim profile. this is a no brainer. i do wish the connector is retractable, as i do not like the idea of lost the cap and damaging the connector during everyday use.
Summary: I purchased this Patriot Memory Supersonic Pulse 32 GB USB 3.0 Drive (PSF32GSPUSB) from Amazon.com. Arrived in time and was well packed. However it does not work in a USB 3.0 slot. Only works in USB 2.0 slots. I thought I purchased a fast USB 3.0 and received a USB performance that runs super hot on a USB 2.0 slot instead of the claimed USB 3.0 I sent trouble report to Patriot about this. I have never received a reply from their support group.
Deserves a 1 star, and I don't do many 1 star reviews.
Jon Doeh II, Amazon
20 February 2013
Summary: Item is most likely defective and should function better. Quality control must not be of the best quality at Patriot, seems to be more negative experiences with these drives then positive ones. Used 2 Windows machines with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports to confirm that the drive is not functioning correctly. I own several USB 3.0 flash drives and I'm not even sure how many USB 2.0 flash drives. This thing is as slow as some of my USB 2.0 flash drives.
Summary: Just got this USB and very disappointed with the upload speed. The speeds are lower than the 2.0. From my experience avoid this USB. Not worth the money since it's slower than my Verbatim or Sandisk 2.0.
Had some initial trouble, but all in all a good drive.
Sinan Unur, Amazon
28 January 2013
Summary: UPDATE: Of course, as luck would have it, Patriot Memory tech support contacted me right after this review went live. I was provided with two tools to try and restore/low level format the drive. The first (and simpler) one worked. I am now happily copying about 57 GB worth of files on to this drive.
Summary: I ordered this specifically to use as a USB 3.0 Ready Boost Dedicated Drive. Just plug and play. This has improved my response times loading large files and webpages. Quality is great, color looks nice. USB 3.0 is super fast and worth the money for large file transfers/backups.
Extremely fast, large capacity and packaged nicely for a portable USB drive!
jjceo (jjceo@comcast . net), Amazon
19 October 2012
Summary: I am constantly using USB drives to carry files and move them around between different computers and servers. I build a lot of computers and I use the USB drives to carry BIOS systems, drivers, firmware and utilities. In order to test this USB drive I used a USB 3.0 port on a powerful computer using an ASUS Sabertooth X79 mother board and an INTEL 3930K CPU overclocked to 4.4 GHz with 32 gig of RAM.