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SanDisk SSD 64 GB Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, up to 490 MB/s
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- 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 desktop PC 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.
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SanDisk Solid State Drive (64GB*).
iBased 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.
*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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In a laptop, make an SSD your only drive. In a desktop consider an SSD for the Windows & application drive (as I did), and a separate conventional HDD for data - or "go cloud" - you will not look back.
Although I'd recommend a clean install as an opportunity to fully refresh your computer, SSDs are also available with an installation kit to handle the transfer. Probably a bit less work-intensive, but it will trim the job to a half hour rather than a whole night!
The basics are that replacing your spinning disc hard drive with an SSD is quite possibly one of the best upgraded you'll ever do. I bought two of the 128G models at £40 each to put into two old laptops I have. Being able to turn the laptops on and booting into windows with all apps running in under 1 minute as opposed to almost 3 minutes has been great.
If you are upgrading, I would suggest finding a desktop with two SATA ports and then:
1) Google 'upgrading to ssd' and look for a life-hacker article called "How to Migrate to a Solid-State Drive Without Reinstalling Windows"
2) Install EaseUS ToDo backup free version
3) Hook up the source and destination drives via the two SATA ports.
4) Copy the spinning disk to the SSD, resizing any partitions where required
5) The SSD is now ready to go
Youtube will have a tutorial on how to replace a hard drive for most laptops out there.
Two were for boot drives in desktop computers and the 128 was as a replacement drive in my Cocktail Audio.
I can only agree with others - the speed of these things is almost unbelievable. Windows boots on the first desktop in a minute and that includes entering a password and about 30 odd seconds of BIOS initialisation.
What I did not find anywhere at first was how to get the things to work at all.
Mine had to be initialised and formatted before I could do anything with them, a function that others seem to miss out.
It is easy, once you know that it needs to be done, just add it to a system either internally or by means of a USB connector and follow the instructions here : [...]
I spent maybe five hours trying to get the first SSD working, I spent less than five minutes with the final one.
The one in the Cocktail audio is perfect although the startup time is not improved there. Just silent running.
They are silent, cool, use little power and they are FAST.
I'm very happy with the Sandisk especially since I'm booting from USB3.
Update: changed the Inatek HDD case for an Inatek UASP SSD case and wow - getting 430mbs read and 303mbs write as a bootable USB3 drive. This definitely proves that its possible to fast boot a Mac Mini or iMac from a Sandisk SSD in a suitable (UASP) USB3 case.
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