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Intel SSD 335

Intel SSD 335
alaScore 96

35 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Solid-state drive the Intel SSD 335 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 35 reviews)

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Intel SSD 335 Series 240GB Review


Intel's 520 series SSD is one of the fastest solid state drives that we've tested to date. But all this performance does come at a price, and even for enthusiasts, it's quite a steep buy. In order to fulfill the need for cheaper, high-performance SSDs,...

Overall, we were really impressed with the read and write speeds of the drive considering the cost of the drive. Verdict and Price in India Intel has priced its latest SSD 335 Series at Rs10,700 plus taxes for 240GB. This is very good pricing on...

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Intel 335 Series 180GB SSD


Intel builds a good product, but the Intel 335 Series solid-state drive doesn't dominate the market.

Decent price per GB. Intel's bundled toolbox is quite useful

Older NAND controller shows its age against newer hardware

Intel has had a prominent role in the consumer solid-state drive (SSD) market since it launched its 80GB X25-M solid-state drive back in 2009. The chip giant has followed up with refreshed devices at regular intervals, most recently with the SSD 335...

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Intel SSD 335 vs. Intel SSD 330 Review: Inexpensive SSD Evolution


Not so long ago Intel started slowly replacing their inexpensive SSD 330 series products with the newer SSD 335 ones. According to the manufacturer, there should be no major differences in the characteristics, but we disagree.

Although Intel markets its affordable SSD 335 as a slight refresh to the old SSD 330 series, the new product is actually quite exciting. The synchronous MLC flash manufactured on 20nm tech process at IMFT facilities improves three key parameters:...


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I'm a PC enthusiast and I build AMD gaming rigs. This drive is super fast! Raised my Win 7 Ultimate experience index to 7.8! Previous SSD would only perform at ~7.3


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Not Sure


I usually buy Samsung SSDs and they have been nothing but fantastic, but I figured Intel would be even a step higher. So far Intel has not been good to me, and are steadily steering me away from purchasing SSDs from them in the future. I don't know...

Looks pretty

Not exactly sure what is going on with this drive. I have tried to install windows on it from 3 different machines, and from 2 different install disks in the rare event that windows sent me a bad install cd. I have also tried to clone a known working...

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Not a con but I was getting blue screens after a fresh install. I solved it by re-installing with my chipset drivers loaded into the Win7 setup now everything is perfect. I'll be sticking with Intel SSDs from now on.

Speeds saturate my laptop's Sata II connection ; Faster Boot ; Faster Apps ; Decent size for laptop use

None at this time. Seems pretty solid so far and ; None at this time. It's pretty solid

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Intel SSD 335 Series (240GB)


While there are better performing drives out there, the 335 represents the peace-of-mind choice when buying an SSD.

Intel reliability ; Write speeds are improved

Better performing drives that give more capacity are around the same price

With its own new controller hitting enterprise, and SandForce's third generation controller coming next year, it looks like 2013 will be the year that Intel will start really making waves again in the SSD space. Until then, the 335 is the peace-of-mind...

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Intel 335 Series 180GB SSD Review


Intel's SSD 335 series is an interesting combination of new and old technology which focuses on delivering excellent performance for a relatively low

With their new 335 series drives, Intel has given us a glimpse of what they believe the future of SSDs should look like. Gone are clearly

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Intel SSD 335 Series


The 335 SSD series is sandwiched between 330 and 520 series. The prime differentiator between 335 series and the other two is the underlying MLC NAND flash memory used. While 330 and 520 series are based on 25 nm NAND, the 335 series is based on 20 nm...

If you are looking for an SSD with high capacity at a nominal price then this one is just right.