Intel SSD 335

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About this Product


Intel® SSD 335 Series
Interface SATA 6Gb/s SATA 6Gb/s
Sequential Performance (R/W) 500 / 450 MB/s 550 / 520 MB/s
Random Performance (R/W) 42k / 52k IOPS
Capacities (GB) 240
NAND Flash Memory 20nm Intel® NAND Flash Memory (MLC)
Power Consumption (typical) Active: 350mW / Idle: 275mW
Warranty 3-year limited

Official URL

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/solid-state-drives/solid-state-drives-335-series.html

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Intel SSD 335 Reviews Rating: 91 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

Meta Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews 9.1/10 Oct 29 '12
Cowcotland  --- Nov 14 '12
Hardcoreware  --- Oct 30 '12
Hardware.Info  --- Nov 22 '12
HardwareCanucks  --- Mar 18 '13
NikKTech  --- Dec 27 '12
PC Perspective  --- Oct 29 '12
Real World Labs  --- Mar 03 '13
Real World Labs  --- Dec 25 '12
Techgage  --- Mar 18 '13
Technic3D  --- Aug 01 '13
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Intel SSD 335 Roundups and Shootouts

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Intel SSD 335 Review X-bit labs -- Feb 06 '13

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"The second-generation SandForce SF-2281 controller inside Intel's SSD 335 Series achieved performance levels eclipsing the fastest SATA-based storage solutions we've tested. It's clear by Intel's..."

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Hardcoreware on

"As for the Intel 335, it’s nice that Intel is offering a competitive drive at a competitive price, and totally worth considering if it fits what you look for in an SSD."

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Hardware.Info on

"If Intel manages to make the SSD 335 significantly more affordable than the Samsung 830 256GB and the Crucial m4 256GB, then it becomes a potentially interesting entry-level SSD option. With..."

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HardwareCanucks on

"There aren’t any perceptible negatives with Intel’s new 335 series other than one small issue: its well rounded approach has left us wanting more. If Intel is able to repeat this success with their..."

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NikKTech on

"Intel launched the 330 series with a very aggressive price policy so it makes sense that they did the exact same thing with the 335 series since currently the 240GB model retails for USD199.99..."

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