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Solid-State Drive Reviews

Updated: Dec 18, 2014 12:32
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#1
alaScore 100

Crucial MX100

Shortly put, the MX100's task is to replace the M500 and it does that brilliantly. While the MX100's main goal is to lower the price by using smaller lithography NAND, it also provides a minor increase in performance over the M500 and offers the same...

37 expert reviews | 232 user reviews

#3
alaScore 99

SanDisk Extreme Pro

Power users and gamers should look no further than the SanDisk Extreme Pro to get the best performance out of their home computer.

32 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#4
alaScore 98

Samsung 840 Pro MZ-7PD

How would you decide between the Samsung 840 PRO and the TLC version? Share with us your thoughts in the comment section below!

60 expert reviews | 6377 user reviews

#5
alaScore 98

SanDisk Extreme II

The last time we saw the SanDisk Extreme SSD it wasn't exactly “extreme.” It was a fine drive and all, and we awarded it a “what a nice boy” verdict of 8 because it was decent, but it didn't blow off our anti-static leashes or anything. The problem was...

42 expert reviews | 318 user reviews

#6
alaScore 98

Crucial M550

There are so many reasons why the M550 could be one of the best SSDs in the market. It has the best-in-class encryption support (along with Samsung 840 EVO) and it's also one of the only consumer-grade drives with power loss protection. Heck, it even...

35 expert reviews | 107 user reviews

#7
alaScore 97

Samsung 850 Pro

The hefty pricing aside, the Samsung SSD 850 Pro is one of the best, if not the best, standard consumer-grade solid-state drives on the market.

14 expert reviews

#8
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Crucial M500 SSD

Fastest drive in its class by a hair; great value.

43 expert reviews | 3112 user reviews

#10
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OCZ Vertex 4 Series

OCZ has typically reserved its Vertex label for the highest-performing SSDs in a given generation—using synchronous NAND, for example, rather than the asynchronous NAND found in its less expensive Agility series. The 256GB Vertex 4 carries on that...

59 expert reviews | 1170 user reviews

#11
alaScore 97

Corsair Force Series LX

Fast, easy to set up with Corsair software

19 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

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#12
alaScore 96

OCZ Vector 150

As OCZ had acquired by Toshiba Corporation, their consumer SSD lineup have remade by using a Toshiba's 19-nm flash memory. That is why Vector 150 and Vertex 460 were introduced. But have the new products gotten any better with new MLC NAND inside?

17 expert reviews

#13
alaScore 96

OCZ Vertex 3 Series

Keeping the energy consumption down is especially important for mobile devices, as it will ultimately have an impact on the battery life. So it seems that the Vertex 3, though fast, does not score highly in this area

124 expert reviews | 627 user reviews

#14
alaScore 96

Samsung 840 MZ-7TD

On the other hand, the difference in everyday use should not be overly dramatic. Boot and load times are similar with all modern SSD, something that is also evidenced by the more general PCMark benchmarks

33 expert reviews | 7419 user reviews

#15
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Kingston SV300S3B7A/480G

I have one issue with the V300: There's nothing particular in it that would differentiate it from the other SandForce based SSDs. While Kingston said they did lots of customization and worked closely with SandForce/LSI, at least in our testing there...

20 expert reviews | 2159 user reviews

#16
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Seagate 600 Series 480GB (7mm)

Just a few years ago, it seemed unlikely that Seagate would ever release an SSD. The company's outspoken CEO, Bill Watkins, roundly dismissed solid state drives in 2008 and 2009, even going so far as to imply Seagate would file lawsuits against upstart...

8 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#17
alaScore 95

Samsung 830 Series MZ-7PC

And boy, does it cook. The 256GB Series 830 SSD we tested matched the fastest second-gen SandForce drives, such as OCZ’s Vertex 3, in nearly every benchmark, and it exceeded them in some. The 830 Series’ sustained read speeds stayed north of 500MB/s,...

45 expert reviews | 6328 user reviews

#18
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Kingston HyperX SSD Series SH100S3

Kingston has priced the HyperX SSD 120GB at Rs.13,999 but you can find it in stores for as low as Rs.12,900. This makes it about Rs.3,000 more expensive than the SSDNow V+ 200 90GB but for this, you get more storage capacity and a much, much faster...

56 expert reviews | 348 user reviews

#19
alaScore 95

SanDisk Ultra Plus SSD

SanDisk Ultra Plus is a solid state drive with a platform that we are not yet familiar with: it is built on a four-channel Marvell SS889175 controller with 19 nm eX2 ABL MLC NAND manufactured by SanDisk. Will this combination prove to be a winner...

22 expert reviews | 542 user reviews

#20
alaScore 95

Intel SSD 335

Overall, we were really impressed with the read and write speeds of the drive considering the cost of the drive. Verdict and Price in India Intel has priced its latest SSD 335 Series at Rs10,700 plus taxes for 240GB. This is very good pricing on...

13 expert reviews | 36 user reviews

#21
alaScore 95

Plextor M5 Pro Series (PX-128M5P,PX-256M5P,PX-512M5P)

The Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme is a speedy drive and we found it second only to the Samsung 840 Pro. But at a price of Rs 19,500, it comes at a cost per GB of Rs 81.9 which is higher than that for the Samsung 840 Pro which is retailing for around Rs 16,000....

29 expert reviews

#22
alaScore 95

OCZ ARC 100

I had very high expectations for the ARC 100 from OCZ when I started this review, and I have not been let down. OCZ promises a long lasting drive that doesn’t blow your wallet, and it delivers. The combination of the brand new A19nm Toshiba MLC and the...

6 expert reviews

#23
alaScore 95

Adata Premier SP610

I am positively surprised by the new SMI controller and SP610. I have learned to be skeptical about value controllers because in the past the sacrifice in performance has not been worth the relatively small savings in cost. Usually the problem is that...

6 expert reviews

#24
alaScore 95

Kingston SVP200S37A/240G V+ 200

The Kingston SSDNow V+200 kit provides a no-nonsense way to upgrade your spinning drives to SSD speed, but parts of the package are a bit too backward-looking.

15 expert reviews | 2108 user reviews

#25
alaScore 94

Apricorn Aegis Padlock

Speedy performance and flashy designs may play well when it comes to consumer-grade storage, but if you're in a business that deals with sensitive customer data, security is your top concern. Data theft is big business, and if you're in a line of work...

3 expert reviews

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