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FileMate SolidGO 3FMS2B060M-WR 2.5" 60GB SATA II & Mini USB 2.0 MLC Internal / External Solid State Drive (SSD)

FileMate SolidGO 3FMS2B060M-WR 2.5" 60GB SATA II & Mini USB 2.0 MLC Internal / External Solid State Drive (SSD)
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4 reviews

Aug, 2014

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JMicron Controller

 

despite the poor write performace this drive can still offer signifigant advantages over traditional hard drives for limited cases. I would not recommend it as your single hard drive or a drive that contains the windows swap file. But as a pure boot...

Cost

Very poor random write performance. This is one of the 1st generation SSD's that were built with an inferior JMicron controller, as such they offer very poor random write performace. It starts poor and deteriates over the life of the drive. It does not...

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Installed fine with Windows 7

 

Got this a few months ago but just installed it a few days ago. I have an Acer 1410 Celeron 2300 netbook and it works fine in that. Windows 7 loaded with no problems and all the software (old games) has intalled just like a normal hard drive. I cant...

quite ; fast ; works

None so far

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I'd buy it again

 

Nice for the price, as I said I'd buy it again. Speedy, cheap, reasonable capacity. You'll need to alter or remove the rubber case to use USB externally.

When I bought it this was the cheapest SSD in the 60-64 GB capacity, and it still would be but for some of the mail-in rebates on other drives right now ; At first I used it externally, but it's now my internal laptop drive, running Win7 64-bit. It is...

The hole in the rubber case is too small for the USB connector when using it externally. An exacto-knife is your friend here ; Also, there is a faint high-pitched hum to the device if you listen closely. It gets a touch louder when you're doing...

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Pretty nice

 

Either get a mini USB cable that can fit within the rubber cover, xacto-knife off the excess rubber, or remove the drive from the rubber. This is worth 1 point knocked off.

Light, solid-state, plugged in and it worked as expected

Rubber cover has hole for mini-USB connector, but it's not big enough for the included USB cable