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This review is from: Team X Series 64GB Flash Drive Model TX12164GR01
Pros: Plug-N-Play. Windows 7 65-Bit found it and was accessible right away.
Using USBDeview v2.27, got 151.77 MB/Sec Read consistent.
Cons: Using USBDeview v2.27, the best I got was 30.5 MB Write
Ran multiple times and had multiple issues writing, as low as 15 MB Write.
Possible it's a defective device.
Other Thoughts: The Vendor Website states this model gets 70 MB Write and 180 MB Read.
I have a Sandisk Extreme with 105 MB Write and 180 MB Read, so i know it's not the USB 3.0 port.
Pros: it's an Enterprise Drive. Supposed to handle lots of Read/Writes. Uses less than 3 watts power, helps with UPS layout.
Cons: Usage Based Warranty. After talking with Seagate Pre-Sales Support, he mentioned if you write over 520TB the warranty is over.
Other Thoughts: I want an Enterprise SSD for a UniData environment in a DELL server. I don't know if we'll write 520TB in a week, a month, a year... and really don't like where Seagate is going on "Usage Based" warranties. it sounds like they don't know how well their new technology will hold up.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SIIG DP 4-Port USB 3.0 PCIe with 20pin Header Model JU-P40511-S1
Pros: Fast Transfer Speeds
Cons: Installed in a GigaByte GA-P5-UDL3 motherboard freezes the Windows 7 Pro 64 bit OS every couple weeks. I'll swap out the board with a built-in USB 3.0 and throw this thing away. Not worth sending back.READ FULL REVIEW