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"RiDATA NSSD-S25-32-CO2T 2.5\" SLC Internal Solid state disk (SSD)"

"RiDATA NSSD-S25-32-CO2T 2.5\" SLC Internal Solid state disk (SSD)"
alaAverage 3.2

5 reviews

Jul, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 5 user reviews from international sources. Users rate it 64/100. The average review date is Feb 26, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 90562 reviews from other Solid-State Drives. Last update: Jul 28, 2014.

Review analysis

(Based on 5 reviews)

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Consumer review by:

oh yeah

 

I use a 500 gig for all my other stuff but apps and games I use everday is on this drive and iam loving it.

installed my OS on this drive and wow load times are a thing of the past. Run all my software I use everyday on this. Money well spent.

None.

Consumer review by:

This is the best product of the year!

 

Their website really helps a lot! And it tells how to get the 2.5" adaptor switch it to regular 3.5" regular hard drive size and screw it to hard drive bay.

we bought the RIDATA 2.5" SATA SSD. It is true 3.0G/s, that is SATA II. Tested in my notebook and desktop. Both worked!!! I do have Gigabyte nVidia 680i motherboard, after down load nVidia driver, the computer recognized it as a regular hard drive.

no! if the price is lower, I may buy more. I heard they performed much better under RAID 0. Will try it later.

Consumer review by:

bad

 

To say I'm getting very angry at this expensive piece of equipment is an understatement.

Would be nice if it worked or was compatible with my stuff.

Ritekusa tech support trying to get this to work with any of my systems. This is my second one after sending the first one back, and still no go. Their tech support is unhelpful, unavailable, and misleading.

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Waiting for improvements to SSD is better.

 

Nice small package. Boots fast into Vista Ultimate 64bit.

No way to mount into a normal desktop case. I just used double-face tape. My raptors give far superior performance over this product. Not worth the money for a desktop.

Consumer review by:

680i owners beware

 

I wish I knew how the other two posters got this drive to work with the 680i mobo. My mobo bios (latest version-p31) appears to recognize it as "external drive", but winXP won't recognize it, even under the local disk management tool in the control...

Theoretically, the average seek time on this drive is VERY impressive.

I wish i could get it to work with my evga 680i mobo. There are also far superior solid state drives coming out now.

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