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Solid-State Drive Reviews

Updated: Feb 20, 2018 23:12
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#526
alaScore 85

Super Talent UltraDrive ME ( FTM32GX25H ) Vast station

If you search on the manufacturer's site, you'll find that this SSD has a 64mb cache, which eliminates the 'stutter' problem that many SSDs suffer from. I have owned this drive for about three months and I have had no issues whatsoever! I was able to...

11 user reviews

#527
alaScore 85

Samsung MCCOE64G5MPP

While there are certainly some high points in the Samsung’s benchmark scores, the drive’s overall performance was just slightly better than average. But given that most other SSDs we’ve tested offer less than a 10 percent performance improvement yet...

3 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#528
alaScore 85

OCZ Summit OCZSSD2-1SUM120G 120 GB

Buy it. You will wish that you bought one for everything that takes a hard-drive. You dont even need to worry about magnets that much since there's no magnetic platters in this device, it's all NAND gates.

1 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#529
alaScore 85

Solid State Disk (SSD) Force Series - 40 GB - SATA II 2.5"

Bought it when it first came out since it came with a rebate. It seems that my ssd has an issue when I started doing some test. I did multiple benchmarks and almost all software I used show Reallocated Sector Count with a warning highlight/mini caution...

33 user reviews

#530
alaScore 85

ADATA 500 Series SSD S599

Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time. While we each do our best to ensure that all...

1 expert reviews | 49 user reviews

#531
alaScore 85

Ocz OCZSSD2-1VTXPL60G Vertex PLUS

Looks like it is the same as several others here. Purchased this just over 1 year ago to replace the SATA HD in my laptop. Cloned the original HD, swapped it out and BAM, instant improvement. Blazing fast boot up (in the 10-13 second range). But, it...

691 user reviews

#532
alaScore 85

Ocz OCZSSDPX-1RVD0120

From 2011-2014 we purchased 90 OCZ SSD drives - 16 have died for a failure rate of 18%. Since 2013 we've purchased 35 Kingston SSDs with zero failures and numerous PNY, Crucial, and SanDisk SSDs also with zero failures.

145 user reviews

#533
alaScore 85
#534
alaScore 85

OCZ Agility Series

OCZ's 128GB Agility Series is a great mainstream solid state drive that packs decent performance at an attractive price.

4 expert reviews | 82 user reviews

#536
alaScore 85

A-Data AS599S-128GM-C

This drive was the second failed drive I received from the manufacture. They sent me an S510 drive as the third replacement and I love it ever since. Unfortunately, my rating is for the S599

45 user reviews

#537
alaScore 85

TRANSCEND ExpressCard/34 SSD 32GB

I installed this drive into a vintage 2005 Mac mini G4 (1.42GHz) and installed Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). The machine now boots in about 40 seconds with SSD vs. 47 seconds for the factory hard drive. AJA System Test gives the following results: Write:...

2 expert reviews | 301 user reviews

#538
alaScore 85

Corsair Force Series F120

We know you like SandForce's ludicrous speed SSD controllers, but how much do you know about these enterprise-class chips really? If your answer is anything sh...

6 expert reviews | 47 user reviews

#539
alaScore 85

G.Skill 120GB SATA II SSD 120GB

Intel offers a optimization utility for their SSD. Gskill offers a format utility. Things that make you go hmmmmmm.

32 user reviews

#540
alaScore 85

Ocz OCZSSDPX-1RVDX0220 Revodrive X2

High performance, blows away a standard HDD, or SSD's of the same time period

21 user reviews

#541
alaScore 85

Corsair CSSD-F40GB2-A

was good for 3 months

11 user reviews

#542
alaScore 85

Adata 64 GB multifunction SSD

more affordable, on top of its performance and reliability expectations getting more consistent. After Intel's ultra high performance offerings, here's one that's a little less stellar on the performance front claims yet still quite a bit ahead of hard...

1 expert reviews | 112 user reviews

#543
alaScore 85

PATRIOT Cabinet esterno di archiviazione 2,5'' WiFi Gauntlet Node - nero

This item is perfect for repurposing extra hard drives. Love the Wi-Fi feature and battery life is decent. You can't get a better deal, I know I looked!

55 user reviews

#544
alaScore 85

HP AE307AT

Based on fifth-generation LTO technology, the HP StorageWorks Ultrium 3000 offers double the capacity of earlier LTO-4 products. It's also faster, but you're unlikely to get the 1TB/hour performance claimed.

24 expert reviews | 84 user reviews

#545
alaScore 85

Verbatim SSD ExpressCard 64GB

Despite the disappointment of lower than hoped performance (even Verbatim says up to 120MB/s read, but 30MB/s write) and reduced functionality as a possible boot drive, this ExpressCard SSD remains a handy and painless way to add storage to a suitably...

3 expert reviews

#546
alaScore 85

Mushkin Enhanced MKNSSDCR240GB-7

RMA is ignored. The "three year warranty" is a mirage.

133 user reviews

#547
alaScore 85

Transcend SSD18C3 USB 3.0 solid state drive

Transcend's SSD18C3 is a USB 3.0 solid state drive that's small and attractive. However, it doesn't provide much of a speed upgrade over a traditional USB 3.0 hard drive and with a cost per gigabyte over $5, it's also very expensive.

2 expert reviews

#548
alaScore 85

Corsair CSSD-N256GB3/RF2

Obviously this is a good value if the refurbeed drive works. Be careful with this drive as I am skeptical of the certification process.

19 user reviews

#549
alaScore 84

Super Talent Technology 16GB Mini PCIe SSD 16GB

Overall we feel the "The GodFather" USB flash drives are well made and they could attract movies fans or for people who just want to have something fancy in their pockets. The speed of the drive isn't bad, but enthusiasts will certainly want something...

1 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

#550
alaScore 84

Mercury On-The-Go Pro SSD Storage

Other World Computing has added Solid-State Drive (SSD) storage to their Mercury portable hard disk product line. The Mercury On-The-Go SSD comes in 64 GB, as reviewed here, 128 GB, and 256 GB sizes, with prices of $299.99, $479.99, and $799.99, resp

2 expert reviews

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