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Patriot KOI PKA128GS25SSDR 2.5" 128GB SATA II Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

Patriot KOI PKA128GS25SSDR 2.5" 128GB SATA II Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
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Aug, 2014

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Not reliable.

 

PDP RMA the SSD. but i had to left a messege. they called me back.. i had to submit the from... it was a pain. in the future, i will be going for Intel sse.

while it workied, saw some improvement when opening photoshop or words

My boss bought this for his HP laptop. duing the lunch time, he left the computer on and when he came back, the data was wiped out. it could not boot. I try to see the data using various boot disk tool.. but it showed up as blank, not formatted. What...

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Great Upgrade for Macbook Pro

 

Easily the largest improvement I have ever seen from a single device's replacement in a given system. This is after over a decade of system-building and gaming. My MacBook Pro is now a thoroughly viable gaming computer for every DX9 game I have tried...

Very simple setup and Mac OSX installation. This drive is far faster than the included 5400RPM Hitachi Traveler from my stock Late-2008 Unibody MacBook Pro. Instant recovery from sleep mode, in which it seems to use next to zero power, and seemingly...

Does consume more power than the stock 5400RPM drive included with the late-2008 2.53ghz MBP. As the Hitachi specifications claim: 1.4W read/write power consumption and .5W consumption at idle from the MacBook Pro's stock drive. The KOI SSD, after a...

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