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Solid-State Drive Reviews

Updated: Apr 29, 2017 22:00
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#576
alaScore 81

Patriot PS64GS25SSDR

Patriot set out to develop a cost effective SSD with the PS-100 series and while they have created an affordable SSD, we do not feel that the design is very cost effective in terms of the performance vs. price ratio. Truth be told, you are much better...

1 expert reviews | 54 user reviews

#577
alaScore 81

Corsair CSSD-V60GB2 NOVA Series 2

I've been happy with this. Not super-fast or anything but it does the job, is silent and consumes less energy. Has lasted for quite a while with no issues.

34 user reviews

#578
alaScore 81

Patriot PS-100 PS32GS25SSDR 2.5" 32GB SATA II MLC Internal Solid state disk...

I do not like giving reviews of less than 4 stars as often I think it unfairly punishes manufacturers. But in this case, I have wasted nearly two full days on a drive that clearly has issues. Do a search on this model, and you'll find post after post...

10 user reviews

#579
alaScore 81

Iomega 64 GB SuperSpeed USB 3.0/USB2.0 External SSD Flash Drive 35141 (Black)

I spent the big money to take with me to south america for Data storage.. I have the same poor solder problem that the other reviewers had! AND so expensive...I have the 128GB drive, It's the same shoddy product they won't support easily. GRRRRRR.

38 user reviews

#580
alaScore 80

FileMate 3FMS2S256M-R 2.5" 256GB SATA II MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

I'm an early adopter and I work in the technology field - I'm an advanced user. If you are a novice user, stick with the proven HDDs for right now. These devices need to get better before they are ready for prime time. The expense and the reliability...

10 user reviews

#581
alaScore 80

OCZ TECHNOLOGY SSD 256GB OCTANE SATA2 MLC 2.5IN PERFORMANCE SERIES

Excellent. Hasn't missed a beat in over a year

64 user reviews

#582
alaScore 80

Corsair CSSD-F115GB2-BRKT-A Force Series

I wish they would extend the warranty due to a firmware bug that might have set the wear leveling wrong. 3 years 1 month of just read access seems even short for TLC NAND flash.

13 user reviews

#583
alaScore 80

Iomega 256GB SSD Flash 256GB

I also had the internal USB connector on this drive break off. I had bought 2 and had to take apart the second one to use it to get the data from the first one. I have owned literally hundreds of drives and this one was the worst design I have ever seen.

10 user reviews

#584
alaAverage 5

HyperX SHSS37A/120G

Awesome SSD Windows 7 installed in under 15 minutes and was up and running no problem even without any drivers for SATA or AHCI installed!

6 user reviews

#585
alaAverage 5

HyperX SHSS37A/240G

I would definitely recommend it. I have not had one single problem, and I run CCleaner at least monthly too! (People say it will ruin your SSD, well, I know the SSD has a finite lifespan and deleting/cleaning the disc will shorten it, but I have not...

6 user reviews

#586
alaAverage 5

Super Talent DuraDrive ET

Perfect for Industrial apps.

7 user reviews

#587
alaAverage 5

G.Skill 100GB SATA-II Phoenix SSD 100GB

You owe it to yourself to spend a little for the lot you will get. Without a doubt, the best upgrade I have made to my pc in the last 2 years. Now if they would just start making these in 500GB capacities.

5 user reviews

#588
alaAverage 5

OCZ Technology 60 GB Summit Series SATA II 2.5 Inch Solid State Drive (SSD)...

This is the earlier generation of turbo series and does not have auto trim built in. But you can send trim commands through a exe file downloadable from OCZ. I made the mistake of flashing the SSD using the Vertex normal series firmware causing it to...

5 user reviews

#589
alaAverage 5

Kingston SSDNow E-Series SNE125-S2

For the previous posters, this is identical to the Intel drives (not the mainstream, but the enthusiast models). Kingston just puts a different sticker on it like ADATA does with some of their drives. If you build a high-end system with 12 or 24 GB of...

7 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#590
alaAverage 5

Super Talent MasterDrive SX ( SAM28GM25S ) Vast station

If your in a high-end work environment where performance counts with stability buy this drive. Its stable and very fast.

5 user reviews

#591
alaAverage 5

Super Talent MasterDrive SX

When you say the name Super Talent, the first thing that comes to my mind is the DRAM manufacturer. Super Talent is a company in the business to manufacture DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 memory modules. They were also quick to jump on the flash storage...

2 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#592
alaAverage 5

Crucial FCCT960M500SSD1

At home we could never tell any difference in day to day computing between our Crucial M500 and our Samsung 840 EVO. The Samsung is faster on paper but that doesn't translate into bootup time, program opening, game loading, etc. They both feel fast and...

2 user reviews

#593
alaAverage 5

Intel DC P3608 Series

IT'S OVER 9000!

2 user reviews

#594
alaAverage 5

OCZ IT3RSK41ET5F0-0240.F

*************** ITS 9.2 MM Thick not the tipical 7.MM SSD's ****** MAY ( good luck) not fit thinner notebooks

3 user reviews

#595
alaAverage 5

Plextor M7VC

I wanted a SSD for my PS4. I am playing Fallout 4 and the map load times were killing me. I didn't need more HDD space because I do not have a lot of apps on my console nor do I play a lot of different game at one time. This SSD fit the bill perfectly....

2 user reviews

#596
alaAverage 5

Intel DC S3510

I have become partial to Intel for my OS/boot drives on all of my server-grade builds. One of my previous bare-metal hypervisor builds has been running for 2.5 years, 24/7 with no issues. That performance made Intel an easy choice for my current NAS...

4 user reviews

#597
alaAverage 5

Silicon Power Slim S55 960GB

I use this as my Steam game drive and where i host my files for live streaming on twitch. load times vastly improved. Really helps with some of the huge maps or games that are cross platform and have poor optimization (in my case). for poorly optimized...

2 user reviews

#598
alaAverage 5

SanDisk SDSDX110M2-256

This is a nice space saving SSD. Only after I bought it did I realize it didn't use the PCI bus, but it's fine for now. I'm very happy with it.

2 user reviews

#599
alaAverage 5

240GB ZOTAC Premium 2.5" (6.4cm) SATA 6Gb/s MLC (ZTSSD-A5P-240G-PE)

I've owned Zotac video cards in the past. I had no reason not to trust them with a SSD. Very good price for a good SSD. Speeds are fast. Easy install and bios found it right away. Easy install of windows 10 on this ssd. Windows 10 setup trim...

4 user reviews

#600
alaAverage 5

Patriot PI480GS25SSDR

Worked out of the box. No issues installing in my macbook mid 2012

4 user reviews

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