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Patriot Torqx TRB PT32GS25SSDR 2.5" 32GB SATA II Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

alaAverage 3.8

4 reviews

Apr, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 75/100.

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Intermittently awesome


This could possibly be a defect in SSD/OS communication, SSD manufacturing, controller, the list is seemingly limitless. I have turned off all sleep of any kind, which is a tip from an OCZ forum, thought it wouldn't hurt to apply to this drive. Be sure...

This drive is next to perfect for what it is. Everything is present with this drive: price point, performance, and capacity ; This drive, for me, was fairly easy to set up, and doesn't require too much continued maintenance since it has TRIM and a...

I don't know if it's the controller, just a trait of this drive, or what, but I have already had one of these drives go bad, and now its replacement is showing symptoms of failure. I keep having to reset the CMOS to get the BIOS to see this drive....

Consumer review by:

Not impressed


got this for a brand new build: AMD 1075T X6 16 GB Gskill 1333 RAM HD Radeon 6850 ... put my OS onto this SSD and used my old HD as storage space. The computer boots up super fast, but dont notice any change other than that. I wouldn't recommend this...

Boot time

The first time I shut down after Installing the OS, the Motherboard would not detect the SSD. Had to open the case and power cycle the SSD for it to detect. Tested the mobo SATA port and the SATA cable and they are both good. This happened 3 or 4 times...

Consumer review by:

Amazong speed!


Don't be reluctant to buy an SSD drive. If for nothing else, get one for your OS.

The speed of a SSD is uncanny if you have never used one before. I installed WIN 7 on this, all updates, still have a couple gigs left. Blazing fast boot time

The connector placement is poor if you plan on using 2 in a 3.5 bay converter


Consumer review by:

New life for 10 year old computer


Can't even find drivers for my motherboard supporting Win 7, yet it works like a charm. More proud of these specs than my new rig. AMD Athlon 2600 Slot A (upgraded this year from 1800 for kicks) A7N266-E Asus DDR 333? 1.5 gb 3 sticks (maxed) 6200...

Haven't bench-marked but didn't see the point. Revived a slot A AMD2600 with 1.5gb ram and Windows 7. used a Rosewill RC-212 VIA PCI SATA 1.5G to add Sata to an old machine. Had an old WD 160gb Raptor that worked ok with Win 7, but this ssd makes it...

none yet. this old gaming rig got passed around the family in different places several times and now I have it back 10 yrs later. Nice to see it running well with this SSD. Never thought I would feel this way about a computer.... haha