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G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB

G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB
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3 reviews

Dec, 2015

We have collected and analyzed 3 expert reviews from international sources. The average review date is Sep 20, 2010. We have compared these reviews to 111570 reviews from other Solid-State Drives. Last update: Dec 1, 2015.

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Expert review by: Nathan Kirsch (

G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB SandForce SF-1222 SSD Review


G.Skill hasn't been the most active in terms out putting out SSDs but sometimes slow and steady wins the race. We had the pleasure of test driving the 120GB Phoenix Pro to see how it compared to its peers in the marketplace. Will it crash and burn or...

While the G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB SSD doesn't visibly standout from its peers, it's certainly a solid offering with performance that won't disappoint.

Oct, 2010


Expert review by: Nik Kastrantas (

GSkill Phoenix Pro 120GB Solid State Drive


Without doubt hard disk drives have dominated the market for almost 5 decades starting off with just a few megabytes and reaching capacities of several terabytes. Technology however did not stay the same through the years and so hard disk drives...

Build Quality ; Blazing Fast Read/Write Speeds ; Up To 50.000 IOPS ; 2.5' To 3.5' Bracket Included ; Native TRIM Support ; DuraClass/DuraWrite/RAISE Technologies ; 120GB At The Price Of 100GB

Price (For Some)

Although this review is more of a prelude of what's to come at the end of the month with our quite huge SSD roundup we did manage to see the superiority of SSD drives even when compared to the latest SATA3 HDD model by Seagate. Of course no one did...

Sep, 2010


Expert review by: Jake Mete (pureoverclock)

G.Skill Phoenix Pro 120GB


Great price for killer speeds on this SSD.

As we've said before and we'll continue to hammer any chance we can get, the single biggest bottleneck in modern systems is indeed the traditional plattered hard drive, and using an SSD in your system will make such a difference that you'll want to cry...

Aug, 2010