Intel SSD 335 Pro Reviews

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Intel SSD 335 Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews 9.1/10 Oct 29 '12
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NikKTech  --- Dec 27 '12
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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 specifications that SSD 335 is designed to deliver exceptional transfer speeds with emphasis on improved I/O performance. IMFT 29F16B08CCMF2 20nm NAND Flash components help differentiate the Intel SSD 335 Series from the large selection of competing SF-2281 alternatives, as will the reduced price. While Intel's three-year product warranty is less impressive than their other models that come with five-years of protection, Intel's high level of after-sales customer support is far and above anything the competition could dream of. In consideration of its top-level performance, reasonable price, the industry's first implementation of 20nm NAND, Intel's SSD 335 Series solid state drive series earns our Golden Tachometer Award for excellence."
"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."
"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 current prices the 335 is a dime-a-dozen SSD, nothing more."
"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 enthusiast 500-series revision, the competition may be in for a rough year."
"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 inside the USA (Newegg) and at 179.90Euros inside the EU (Caseking). Up until now Intel has yet to release neither a smaller nor a larger capacity model than the 240GB variant but we should see a few in the future (unless they decide to release a new model by then). Certainly as mentioned in the beginning and backed up by the results recorded in the charts the performance of the 335 is not superior (actually worse than quite a few) than what i recorded in 2011 with all the SandForce (SF-228x) and Samsung based SSDs but in the end you just can't beat its performance/price/capacity ratio and because of that it grabs our Golden Award with ease."