SanDisk SSD 128 GB Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, up to 490 MB/s
- Cost-effective way to extend your computer’s life
- Faster boot times, application load times and overall performance
- Low power consumption and increased durability
- 3-year warranty
- Read speed - up to 490 MB/s, write speed - up to 350 MB/s
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Rejuvenate your laptop or desktopPC and get faster boot-up, load time and overall performance** with a simple upgrade from your traditional hard drive to a SanDisk Solid State Drive (SSD). With no moving parts and lower power consumption, the SanDisk SSD is the smart and affordable choice for your next computer upgrade.
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Fast Load Times
From boot-up to shutdown, the SanDisk SSD improves the user experience withfaster boot times and application load times over traditional 7200 RPM harddrives**. The SanDisk SSD offers sequential read speeds of up to 490MB/si andsequential write speeds of up to 350MB/si.
Upgrade Your PC for Increased Performance
The SanDisk Solid State Drive offers a simple DIY upgrade solution for PC/laptop users. Simply replace your existing hard drive with the SanDisk SSD for improved overall computing performance.
No Moving Parts for Cool, Quiet Operation
Built with no moving parts which reduces heat and lowers power
consumption, increasing your battery time; the SanDisk SSDs
are the smart affordable choice for your next computer upgrade.
Durable and Reliable
By replacing your existing hard drive with the SanDisk SSD, you will experience increased reliability and durability while enhancing and extending the life of your existing computer. It also comes in a durable stainless-steel casing.
Product Dimensions and Warranty Information
The SanDisk Solid State Drive measures 0.37 by 2.75 by 3.95 inches (H x W x D) and only weighs 79.5 grams. It is also backed by a three-year warranty.
All SanDisk products are constructed to the highest possible standards and rigorously tested at every stage of production, so you can be confident in the outstanding quality, performance and reliability of SanDisk products.
What's in the Box?
SanDisk Solid State Drive (128GB*).
iBased on SanDisk internal testing of sequentialread and write speeds; performance may vary depending upon host device, OS,and application. 1 megabyte (MB) = 1 million bytes.
*1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. 1 terabyte (TB) = 1 trillion bytes. Somecapacity not available for data storage.
**As compared to 7,200 RPM SATA 2.5-inch hard drive. Based on published specificationsand internal benchmarking tests.
1Based on internal testing; performance may vary depending upon host device, OS and application.
1 megabyte (MB) = 1 million bytes.
2Based on internal testing using Telcordia stress part testing.
*1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. 1 terabyte (TB) = 1 trillion bytes. Some capacity not available for data storage.
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How did I do it?
I used the OEM version of Windows 7 on the laptop and backed up the software as you would to create your rescue discs, did a clean install on to the SSD and this was done without even burning any DVD discs.
1. Run your laptop and use your browser to search for and install the 30 day free version of Virtual CD, this allows you to mount a virtual DVD burner. Read the instructions, but basically you create a blank virtual DVD and mount it in the virtual burner.
2. Run from your start button the Acer folder> Recovery> Acer recovery program > Create factory default disc. Follow the instructions, but first of all look to see how large the recovery data files are (mine was 8.5GB)
3. Go back to Virtual CD, go and create a new blank ISO DVD disc, but change the size of the disc to a larger capacity (I did 13.4GB ish) Since it's virtual you can custom select a larger disc more than 4.7GB, this way it's all done in one step. Mount the disc into the virtual DVD burner
4. Now go back to the recovery program, select the DVD burner/disc that is now available and run the Create factory default disc process.
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Load times in Final Fantasy XIV have noticeably improved and are not far off from my high-end gaming PC. I bought 2 for my two PS3s and they have both been working flawlessly so far. With the 3 year warranty I'm sure both SSDs will outlive the PS3 they are paired with.
Please note that very few PS3 games will benefit from an SSD upgrade. Do a bit of research- you might find that the games you play won't run any better with an SSD.
I've seen previous reviews saying the same thing, but it finally happened to me. The drive came with Windows 7 pre-installed and the user "Titan". There was also GTA game installed and some family pictures. I was even able to obtain the Windows 7 Key.
I'am pretty sure that selling second hand drives with Windows 7 pre-installed is illegal, never mind the false advertising.
Previous Feedback for the 64GB model:
Using this as an OS drive for our home Debian linux system. Replaced Seagate HDD.
# READ SPEED
# dd if=test of=/dev/zero
(419 MB) copied, 0.923452 s, 454 MB/s
# WRITE SPEED
# dd bs=4M count=100 if=/dev/zero of=test
(419 MB) copied, 2.63172 s, 159 MB/s
-- A few suggestions for SSD optimization on debian/linux --
# Disable access time. Enable Trim support and Sync all data and metadata every 10minutes
/dev/sda1 / ext4 noatime,discard,commit=600 0 1
# Install Ramlog
# Stores /var/log into memory and saves to disk on reboot
apt-get install ramlog
More here: https://wiki.debian.org/SSDOptimization
I bought it to try and revive a 6-7 year old Toshiba Satellite Pro L20 with a Centrino single core 1.73Ghz processor running XP Home and a SATA 1 40Gb hard drive. The laptop hardly got used because it just took too long to boot - easily 10-15 minutes, and was extremely sluggish after that.
I've been toying with the idea of trying an SSD and when the Sandisk 64gb appeared in the Amazon flash sale, I thought I would give it a go. On connecting to the computer with the USB to SATA cable supplied with the Samsung, I was concerned to see no recognition of the SSD. I then tried my Windows 7 desktop and realised it needed to be initialised before formatting so I let Windows 7 do the honours. (From numerous comments on the web, I understand Windows 7 does a better job of formatting an SSD than XP so this is the preferred option).
Back to the laptop and I downloaded the free version of Macrium Reflect to clone the hard drive. After 3 attempts, this did not work so I then tried the EaseUS Disk Copy Freeware. On installation, this prompted the creation of a boot CD which then needs the computer to be restarted and enter the boot menu at POST (press F12 immediately after starting the computer) and select boot from CD/DVD drive. EaseUS fired up and cloned the disk without a problem and the resulting cloned SSD worked perfectly. Note that the transfer rate over USB2 was around 1.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After upgrading my laptop with a SanDisk SSD a couple of years ago, and having enjoyed the speed boost ever since, I was amazed how much prices have come down recently. Read morePublished 12 days ago by chris_gg
I use this as my boot drive in my of and after over a year of use my PC still boots in about 4 seconds!Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
The Jury is out on these. I`ve used 3 so far in builds and monitored them with HD Sentinel. One is totally fine but the other 2 show some read/write errors one of which was... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Hillbilly Deluxe
Purchased 3 of these for my small VMware home lab, they work as expected :)Published 1 month ago by SM Davies
Bought this as a replacement hard drive for an old laptop. Very speedy. Would thoroughly recommend.Published 1 month ago by CIIP