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This review is from: XEROX X7600I5M-WU 1200 x 1200dpi 24bit USB Interface Flatbed Scanner
Pros: Setup was intuitive, included software adequate, and
scan quality great for pics, which is all that I have
tested thus far.
Cons: None noted so far.
Other Thoughts: Windows 7 64 bit
Intel I7 Processor (LGA 2011 Socket)
32 GB Ram
Samsun 250GB SSD (Boot)
Mushkin 480GB SSD (Storage)
Samung 500GB SSD (Stoarage)
Pros: Paired this Mushkin 480GB drive to an existing OCZ 240GB drive on a X58 ASUS Sabertooth motherboard with both SSD's connected to the SATA 6 ports. Sequential read time came in at 375 MB/s and write time at 205 MB/s. With an average read access of .27 ms. Lowest priced 480GB drive as of early April 2012 purchase. When compared to my OCZ 240GB specs of 208 MB/s (read)- 146 MB/s (write) and .19ms; the Mushkin stacks up well.
Cons: None at this time
Other Thoughts: Good price per GB at $1.00 per Gig. The OCZ SSD is currently my boot drive; but pending some run time on the Mushkin without incident; will probably swap to the Mushkin as my boot drive; as it is significantly faster.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast. Average benchmark came in at 370 MB/s with connection to a SATA 6 port. Paired with ASUS Sabertooth X58 motherboard and intel I7 950 processor. Clean install of WIndows 7 to SSD; then transferred docs and APPS over separately. This took a little longer than a system copy; but result was great.
Cons: No bracket for this unit. Have bought CORSAIR units in past, and all came with good solid mounting brackets. As an end user, you are paying too much for this technology not to include the bracket.
Other Thoughts: Good fast drive for the price and from a user that was at 120GB sizing on 2 other SSD's; the extra space is great. Will probably buy the 480GB units as the pricing comes down to a reasonable level.READ FULL REVIEW