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SSD 510 Series 250GB

SSD 510 Series 250GB
alaScore 88

16 reviews

Aug, 2018

We have collected and analyzed 16 user reviews from international sources. Users rate it 88/100. The average review date is Aug 13, 2012. We have compared these reviews to 188366 reviews from other Solid-State Drives. The alaScore™ for this product is 88/100 = Very good. Last update: Aug 14, 2018.

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Solid Performance


Lightning fast OS boot times and game loads. I have two of these drives in my PC, 1 for OS and the other for Games. My load times for Battlefield 4 are 2-3 times faster than my friends who are not using SSD drives

None really. I purchased these in 2011 and at that time the biggest SSD you could get was 120GB. Looking forward to purchasing the larger size drives this year when I build my new PC

Apr, 2015

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Intel SSD 120GB


I was worried about some bad press I saw for SSD's with reliability issues. This drive has worked from day 1. $$ per MB is high compared to traditional hard disks but the performance of an SSD is worth the price.

Reliable ; Easy Installation ; Fast

120GB fills up quick

Nov, 2012

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Been running this for a year with the aftermarket corsair water cooling at 4.5 Ghz with almost no effort

No real cons

Aug, 2012

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Failed after 9 months


I understand that drives fail and SSD is relatively new technology even now after a few years. But Intel charges a huge price premium because of their brand and reputation for reliability. And yet this drive died after just 9 months like any of the...

The drive is very fast and works great - while it lasts. I like the SSD toolbox software that lets you run optimizer and diagnostics. Drive doesn't require periodic firmware updates (or updates at all) - just works

The drive is failing after just 9 months of use (just like the reviewer before me). Mine did not die outright but I'm getting random freezes (requiring forced shutdown/restart) and it sometimes fails to boot. I'm lucky that it was functioning well...

Jul, 2012

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Died faster than regular drive


I loved the speed. Got a fast score from Windows 7

but it died in 9 months. That's too fast for me and too expensive to have dud out like that. Of course I expected for the huge amount of money that it would last longer than that ; Big Bummer

Jul, 2012

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No matter how reliable, always get external drive for back up.

Fast Boot Time, Easy to configure. A little pricier than other SSD's but I simply believe reliability of Intel worth it. No one ever adds up what data is worth till it is lost


Jul, 2012

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Fast and reliable


Fast and reliable. No problems at all. Just what you expect. We bought 2 and they've been wonderful under moderate to heavy use

getting out of date, there's better ones out there now for the price

Jul, 2012

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First - if you don't have an SSD for your OS drive you are missing out big time. Second - this drive has been great. Been running 3 months with zero issues ; Scores a 7.8 out of 7.9 on the "Windows Experience Index ; Do yourself a favor and get an SSD...

It's only 120GB, but eh its plenty for an OS just have a "data" drive as well

Jul, 2012

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Intel SSDSC2MH120A2K5


Now it almost full, but still pretty nice - Error free for many months.

Fast, Has worked 100% for over a year

To small, still more expensive than others

Jun, 2012

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I love SSD, wish they were cheaper, but still a great product


May, 2012