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This review is from: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
Pros: Provides everything I need and want.
Other Thoughts: My favorite OS, installed in my latest build. Didn't disappoint this time either. Knew what to expect.
AsRock Z77 Extreme3. Intel i5-3350P. 16 GB G. Skill Sniper RAM 1600. SanDisk 32 GB SDD (OS). WD Velociraptor 150 GB 10000 RPM (data & game files). Zotac GTX 560 Ti 1 GB. Rosewill RCX-Z300 CPU HSF. Raidmax 835W semi-modular PSU.
Pros: Compact and fast. Right capacity for my needs.
Cons: None as yet.
Other Thoughts: Use this drive to store game programs and files. The lower capacity was attractive to me. I'm not a data hound.
Access times seem rapid and smooth. Seems to work well for its intended purpose.
Occasionally makes a very brief grinding noise. Not loud but discernable. Does not seem to impede functionality.
Pleased with this product.
Pros: Lightweight and compact. Fast! Durable too - note Other Thoughts.
Other Thoughts: Installed Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OS on this drive. Twice. Additionally this device has withstood dozens of hot resets and incomplete shutdowns while I tried to iron out some hardware issues with my latest build. It's light and compact but tough as nails. Now that I've stabilized everything it runs beautifully. Lightning fast and smooth booting.
A full install of 64-bit Win 7 with all necessary drivers, updates, and a couple of extras like GeForce Experience and a freeware drive cleaner will work but won't leave much free space. I have 1.71 GB remaining...something of a tight squeeze but I intended this for an OS drive.