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SanDisk Extreme 120GB SSD Reviews
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"With a price point of £115.34 from Scan, we find this to be one of the cheaper drives currently on the market, rivalling the OCZ Vertex 3, Corsair Force Series GT and even the Crucial M4 and Kingston HyperX drives, which are all great drives, but cost is everything if you can get similar performance"
"Still, it's not all negative. With these Extreme SSDs SanDisk has proven it can make quality SSDs with reasonable performance. Unlike the SanDisk U100 SSDs from its OEM division that perform more like USB sticks in 2.5-inch format, the Extreme SSDs do perform well. And when an important party like SanDisk enters the consumer SSD market, that's only good news for competition and innovation."
"You have the confidence of knowing that SanDisk are one of the biggest hitters in the memory marketplace, as well as a good looking, high performing drive. It's a fantastic drive only let down by the slightly lower performance with small data block sizes, and the missing adaptor. Unfortunately with the quality of SSDs these days on such small margins are things won and lost, and so we can only award the SanDisk Extreme our OC3D Silver Award."
"The SanDisk Extreme 120GB is a very versatile and capable performer, with some surprisingly fast speeds for a 120GB drive. While it suffers in the 4K read and write speeds a little, we found that in daily usage everything went just as smoothly as in our testbed Kingston 240GB HyperX SSD, as was proven with the PCMark 7 overall usability benchmark. The price is almost right, and it’s only a matter of time before the price goes down even further so SanDisk can remain competitive against other SSD manufacturers."
"Overall if you can live with only two PCI-Express connectors and are looking for an 80PLUS Platinum certified power supply the EarthWatts Platinum 650W Power Supply is a good choice."