( 4.6 Average / 16 Ratings )
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Super affordable SSD, I ended up going with the 250gb version for about $60. It currently holds Windows and all my drivers\Documents. Good enough for me!
This is a cheap SSD. You're not going to break any speed records with this, hovering at about 550MB/s sequential reads and 500MB/s sequential writes according to CrystalDiskMark. But it's still going to beat platter hard disks by a long shot, so you've got great value here.
Sandisk SSD's have done me well for over a year and I decided to get the 480GB version. Pretty spacey for what I normally store and they are pretty fast. Might get an M.2 in the future.
Speedy, and cheap. Enough storage for OS and quite a few games.
Got a great deal and picked this up for $100 no complaints so far
Most of my favorite games are in this drive. Really fast.
I love this little guy. Super fast, and the price per gb was very reasonable. I keep my OS and some games on here. RIP to loading screens.
It's no Samsung, but it still beats a HDD by miles.
Love having an SSD. Definitely never going back to a HDD.
More than capable of meeting my needs. I have it benched at 530.3MB/s Read and 378.2MB/s Write.
Like any SSD, be mindful of where it's located in your build. I have mine installed behind my mother board and the lack of airflow means that it does get kind of toasty sometimes, especially while gaming. The highest I've seen it get to is 64C. Yikes.