( 4.5 Average / 41 Ratings )
Runs out of space fairly quickly but fairly fast.
R/W speed slows down when transferring big files.
Cheap and fast! 8-10 seconds from shut down to password login in Windows. If you build a PC you MUST buy an SSD.
Speed is superb
Bought this little guy on a flash sale for a lot cheaper than expected.
I use this as a boot drive (C:) for Windows, and boot programs (Steam, Skype, Core Temp, Origin, Office, etc...), and with it, I'm able to go from cold shut-down, to ready to log in in less than 15 seconds on Windows 10.
Everything installed on the drive moves and loads nice and fast, and Windows 10 and the programs on it have left about 35 GB of extra space for Windows Temp files and other things still, so it seems like it will work just fine for a Windows install with some other programs.
I selected this SSD because of the capacity and price. I purchased this at MicroCenter for only $50. That's an amazing price for an SSD of that size. I only needed an SSD large enough for Windows 8.1 and some programs. After a year, I noticed that the start up isn't as fast as it used to be when I first installed it. It used to be a 10 second start up but now it's longer. Not sure if it's because of all the programs I have installed (which isn't a lot) or just age. And for this decrease in performance, I'm giving 4 stars.
First SSD I've had, very little space after installing windows but speed is good.
Was cheap when I purchased it. I only keep OS and my design programs on this. Fast and its the reason my programs are snappy.
Snappy boot drive surprised how fast it boots even when compared to my own AMD rig's SSD good value for the dollar
I had a stack of Sandisk on hand that were given free after an upgrade. They are not a drive I would consider buying myself, but this build requires no level of data storage reliability.
Two stars because it boots.