SanDisk Extreme SSD 240 GB SATA 6.0 Gb-s 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive SDSSDX-240G-G25
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- Open/close/boot up files fast—the rugged SanDisk Extreme SSD can open, close or boot up files faster as compared to a 7200 RPM HDD
- Lightning read and write performance of up to 550MB/s read speeds and 520MB/s write speeds
- Designed for high durability—engineered to withstand shocks and vibration
- Lower power consumption and zero noise generation as compared to a standard 7200 RPM Hard Disk Drive
- Delivers reliability, durability, and performance for your laptop
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Upgrade your laptop for better performance and extend its reliability by replacing your hard disk drive with the SanDisk Extreme SSD. You'll enjoy faster boot-ups and open files compared to a 7200 RPM hard drive. The SanDisk Extreme SSD is backed by rigorous shock and vibration testing and a 3-year limited warranty. The SanDisk SSD features no moving parts, quiet operation, and low power consumption as compared to a 7200 RPM hard drive.
Give your laptop or PC a high-speed boost with the reliable SanDisk Extreme Solid State Drive. Enjoy exceptionally fast read and write performance for improved workflow efficiency, quicker load times and rapid boot ups/shut downs**. Because the drive has no moving parts, it runs silently. It's also rugged, engineered to endure shocks and vibration for durability of the drive. The SanDisk Extreme SSD is a cost-effective way to upgrade your existing computer, and it consumes less power than a 7,200 RPM hard drive** to extend your laptop battery's life.
Extreme Solid State Drive
At a Glance:
- Cost-effective upgrade solution for PC/laptop
- Fast read/write speeds
- Quick boot up/shut down
- Resists shocks and vibration
- Uses less power than standard hard drives**
- Awarded with the Editors Choice Award by Storagereview.com
- No moving parts for quiet, cool operation
- Three-year limited warranty†
The SanDisk Extreme Solid State Drive provides an easy, DIY upgrade to your PC or laptop. View larger.
Low power consumption** for cooler operation and extended battery life.
Fast Load Times
From boot up to shut down, the SanDisk Extreme SSD improves the user experience with fast read and write speeds. You will experience less lag time, as well as quiet, cool operation overall.
The SanDisk Extreme SSD offers sequential read speeds of up to 550MB/s1 and sequential write speeds of up to 520MB/s1.
Upgrade Your PC for Extreme Performance
The SanDisk Extreme Solid State Drive offers an ideal DIY upgrade solution for PC/laptop users. Simply replace your existing hard drive with the SanDisk Extreme SSD for fast load times.
No Moving Parts for Reliable Operation
Built with no moving parts, the rugged SanDisk Extreme SSD is both shock and vibration resistant. It is rated up to 2.5 million hours mean time before failure§ (MTBF), depending on the capacity. This means you can depend on it as a long-term upgrade solution..
Affordable and Energy Efficient
By replacing your existing hard drive with the SanDisk Extreme SSD, you can defer laptop/PC replacement or repair costs. The drive consumes less power than a 7,200 RPM hard drive** so your laptop battery lasts longer.
Compatibility and Warranty Information
The SATA 6Gb/s SanDisk Extreme SSD is backward compatible with SATA 3Gb/s and SATA 1.5Gb/s. It measures 2.78 by 3.96 by 0.39 inches (70.612 mm x 100.584 mm x 9.906 mm) (H x W x D) and works with any computer that has a 2.5-inch hard drive.
The SanDisk Extreme Solid State Drive is backed by a three-year limited 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.
At SanDisk, we understand that everyone has different needs. So we've ensured that there's a flash memory product that's right for you.
SanDisk Extreme SSD was awarded the Editors Choice Award as the highest performing SSD on the Market by Storagereview.com
What's in the Box?
SanDisk Extreme Solid State Drive (240GB*).
1Based on SanDisk internal testing of sequential read and write speeds; performance may vary depending upon host device, OS, and application. 1 megabyte (MB) = 1 million bytes.
§Based on SanDisk 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.
**As compared to 7,200 RPM SATA 2.5-inch hard drive. Based on published specifications and SanDisk internal benchmarking tests.
†Three-year warranty in regions not recognising limited warranty.
*1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. 1 terabyte (TB) – 1 trillion bytes. Some capacity not available for data storage.
1Test Platform: Dell Optiplex 990, RAM 4GB, Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, Processor: Intel Core i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz, Intel driver: 10.1.0.1008. Based on SanDisk internal testing of sequential read and write speeds; performance may vary depending upon host device, OS and application. 1 megabyte (MB) = 1 million bytes.
2ATTO Disk Benchmark, Average length 512MB data transfer, QD=10.
3IOMETER 2008 benchmark, LBA range 8GB.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have not encountered a single issue so far in almost a month of use - this is running the latest R201 firmware for the SSD. I recommend this drive for Macbook users although there may be a compatibility issue with 2008 Mac users with nVidia chipsets - something that is common with Sandforce based drives. The drives firmware can be updated on a Mac by downloading the firmware and creating a bootable CD using Disk Utility.
It's a SATA III drive, and is also backwards compatible with SATA II. The bandwidth limit of SATA II is 3 Gb/s, and this drive reads at a theoretical maximum rate of 550 MB/s (about 4.4 Gb/s), so in theory you will be limiting the speed of this SSD by using a SATA II connection. In reality however, there won't be that much of a difference as the peak speed of an SSD drive is rarely ever reached in everyday use. Using a SATA III connection will give you a bandwidth limit of 6 Gb/s, which will theoretically allow you to max out your SSD's read/write speed.
Being a solid state drive, it is totally silent and has no moving parts, so shouldn't get hot or wear out with use.Read more ›
- Stable so far -- in 3 weeks of heavy use have not had a blue screen yet.
- Sandisk makes their own NAND for this drive, which on paper is a good thing for reliability because they can cherry-pick their own NAND and are familiar with it. This advantage is cited frequently for Intel and Samsung SSD's, which both make their respective NAND's.
Cons: - Sandforce controller. A con for some who have been burned by previous SSD's with Sandforce controllers, or who simply don't trust Sandforce. To me, it seems like the quality of a Sandforce controller has a lot to do with each SSD manufacturer's implementation and the firmware that is used. OCZ's tend to be notorious for issues related to the firmware. I'm comfortable enough that the firmware used in the drive is stable. However, those uncomfortable with Sandforce can look to the Samsung 830 (which uses Samsung's own controller) or the Crucial m4 (which uses a Marvell controller).
- No disk copy software or mounting bracket provided. But if you want to install this in a desktop that doesn't have a 2.5" bay, you either have to buy a 2.5" to 3.5" adapter or zip-tie it in.
Other Thoughts: For those contemplating ANY SSD, it will make a big change in your computing. On my i7-3770k with this SSD and 9 HDD's, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit boots from BIOS startup to login screen in about 19 seconds flat.Read more ›
This SSD was initially my 2nd choice as I was originally after a Samsung 830 which was priced a little cheaper back then and priced so well that it was sold out almost instantly everywhere, I had spent a week with my order back-ordered with no solid ETA on new stock. So i gave up and decided to order one of these Sandisk SSDs after reading some great reviews.
the SSD has been out for roughly about 3 months according to quite a few reviews but hasnt gathered much publicity until the massive spate of price drops everywhere.
I bought this SSD to replace the hard drive in a rather weak HP DM1 (3200SA)laptop running a AMD E-350. Its a good laptop but its rather slow and can be quite sluggish when there are few windows open and applications running in the background.
Having already put a Crucial M4 in my desktop PC a few months back, I knew exactly what to expect when I installed this SSD into my laptop and it has transformed this little laptop into a rocketship!!!
==== HP DM1 USERS =====
I was cautious at first and worried if i would be able to run the SSD at its fully rated speed after hearing many reports that the Sata controller for AMD based DM1s were really weak, but i was pleasently suprised after running a quick ATTO benchmark.
I am getting the FULL speed out of this SSD.
Unlike most newer models of DM1 that came after the 3200 series, mine shipped with a 7200RPM Western Digital Scorpio Black.Read more ›
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