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Pros: The card is ok, not very loud but not silent. Gets pretty hot
up to 80 celcius but i think thats normal.
Cons: The first one was DOA, newegg was great like always and they made the replacement process very fast and painless. The second card works fine, but i cant register it,
and this card without being registered is like without warranty...zotac is saying that the serial number is not in their databases....e-mails , phones calls , i wasted a lot of time trying to register this card....just to register , CAN U IMAGINE THE ORDEAL U HAVE TO GO through
in case the card fails?
Other Thoughts: ill give it a few days and ill start the rma process with newegg, i hope they are not going to charge me the rma fees. i got this card on december 18 so its been almost 1 monthREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great ssd. Got this after owning intel g1 ssd 80 gb, intel g2 ssd 80 gb, intel g2 ssd 120gb, intel g3 ssd(320) 160gb, plextor PX-256M3, sandisk extreme 240 gb( i know, sanforce controller, but guess what? works great) and plextor m5p 256gb( i wrote an review about that on newegg website but they removed it after a while.......). So i can tell that i am very aware about ss drives , generally speaking.this Seagate disk benchmark results are very close to the results of the plextor m5p 256gb, the benchmarks i use are "as ssd and anvil storage utilities".
Cons: This is something addressed to Seagate and Newegg too. The drive came oem, but nowhere on newegg site cant find that being mentioned.Keep in mind that i got this ssd 4 days ago, so this drive was not ordered before the releasing date.....
Other Thoughts: Seagate is trying to get into the consumer ss drives market with an controller used for 1 year by corsair in their neutron series, so no worries about bugs or other problems .
I got this cz i could not resist the urge, the 2tb seagate and this ssd came in a combo deal, for 209$. Sweet deal.
Tried to read some reviews about this drive on newegg.com, all of the reviewers are Eggxpert Reviewers???????What is up with that???some of them will actually try to convince you that is a big difference between and 5400rpm hdd and this ssd.......
dude we all know that!!!!!! i knew that since 2009 when i paid 300$ for 80gb ssd.....
This review is from: SanDisk Extreme SDSSDX-240G-G25 2.5" 240GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: it is an ok ssd , not the best not the worst, the company sucks ......the difference between synchronous 24 nm Toggle Mode NAND and synchronous ONFI memory is way to small if any....
Cons: Sandisk was suppose to bring the new firmware updates 3-4 weeks ago, the old firmware does not alow the trim to work properly. All other companies have the new firmware, but not Sandisk. And the firmware is not even their product , it is sanforce(lsi) .
because of the lack of the trim as ssd results are around 610 now , they were like 740.....
The performance of an ssd should be measured only with data on them , in steady mode. What do i care for the results of an empty drive?
Other Thoughts: I had intel g2 ssd 80 gb(3 of them) , intel g2 ssd 120gb , intel g3 ssd 160gb , then crucial m4 128gb , sandforce extreme 240gb and plextor m3s 256gb.
To be honest i do not understand why the companies are trying to make the nand memory smaller, and to sell the last generation as a premium nand........because of the bigger number of writing allowed ...thats wrong.
And i do not understand how they price their products...
60 gb ssd lets say is 60$
120gb ssd is 120$ .....why? just because is twice more nand on it?
240gb ssd is 240$ ....same....
for me it is not a good math, i would think if an 60 gb ssd is 60$ then 120gb should be just a little bit more, lets say 80$, and the 240 gb no more then 135$!!!!the more u buy , the less u pay for the gb...
i got this ssd when it went to 179 from a different company. I should buy the muskin chronos deluxe 240gb instead.
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