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INTEL SSD interno 510 Series - 120 GB

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33 di 33 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle My First Solid State Drive 14 maggio 2011
Di Justin D. - Pubblicato su
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I'm no techie (although I am sensitive to sluggishness and appreciate systems that are snappy / responsive) and I can't quote specs or provide comparison data, so you'll have to take this review from a layperson's point of view. That being said, I hope it is still helpful.

SUMMARY: If you don't want to read the novel, just know that this product (or another SSD) is a must buy. If you're only going to read one other section, check out the "*Speed:" section below.

*Application: I installed this drive in my HP-DV7T-6000 laptop running Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium. This is now my boot drive. My laptop also has a 750 GB 5400 RPM traditional drive for larger data files.

*Size (GB): 120 GB should be more than enough for me. After installing Windows 7 and all my applications (a fairly short list), downloading ~30 GB of music files and ~10GB of pictures, and partitioning ~20 GB for backup/other data (all of this is on the SSD), I still have ~30GB of extra space. That would be a little tight if I didn't have the 750 GB secondary drive but I could probably get by. You might want to consider a larger drive if this will be your only drive.

*Ease of setup: If you're not going to be making this your boot drive (which would be CRAZY!), this should be as simple as plugging it in.

However, it is also a fairly straightforward procedure to replace your existing boot drive. I should disclose that I had access to a tower where I could plug my old drive and new drive simultaneously. However after doing that, it was as simple as plugging both drives in, installing the Intel provided free transfer program, selecting the source drive and the destination drive, selecting auto-partition, and pressing start. 30 minutes later, I was in business.

for some strange reason, HP had installed four partitions on my existing drive. No problem though...the Intel program knew which partitions to shrink to make everything fit on my new drive (they also give you the option to self-select your partition sizes).

*Speed: Prior to this install, my Windows Experience Index was a 5.9. This jumped it up to a 6.5 (3D graphics bottleneck). What does that translate to in real life? I did a benchmark before and after test to measure. The test measured the time it took to perform a cold boot, log in to Windows (fast because I'm using a fingerprint sensor), start the Zune software, press play on the first song I could, and actually have the song start playing.

While I realize there are some undesirable variables in that test, the results are still OUTSTANDING.

With my old 5400 RPM HDD, the test took 1 minute and 24 seconds.

With my new SSD, the test took 24 seconds.

That's 3.5x faster!

And I have noticed other drastic speed improvements in real life computing situations. I can fully launch Google Chrome and have it be fully loaded up in <1 second. I can randomly skip through photos/songs almost instantaneously. In fact, as another test (sadly I didn't do a "before" test-only an "after"), I went along my my taskbar and clicked on every application I have pinned AS QUICKLY AS I WAS ABLE (Word 2010, Excel 2010, Zune Software, Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox 4, and Chrome 11). By the time I clicked the last icon and waited LITERALLY one second longer, all of the applications were fully launched and ready. Total estimated (I didn't actually time it) launch time for these 7 applications = closer to 5 seconds than 10 -- AMAZING!

This would have probably taken over 30 seconds on my old drive.

*Other perks: It is completely silent and is substantially more rugged than a traditional drive. It uses less battery power than my old drive and Intel drives are apparently very reliable.

*Overall: Simply put, this is the most impressive computer upgrade I have ever seen. Worth every penny!
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle It just works well! 19 agosto 2011
Di BobD - Pubblicato su
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I am an early adopter (18 months ago) with 5 120 GB Solid state Drives (SSD) drives from other major brands (O & P) and had 4 of them fail and RMAed in less than a year. I now wanted a larger drive that would likely have minimal problems. It seems about all the drives sporting the new Sandforce controllers are having major issues for a (reportedly) small (few %) number of users even after several firmware updates. I followed them for a couple months on their forums and decided I did not want to take the risk of it happening to me and join their legions of conscripted Beta Testers. Yes, they were a few percent faster in some benchmarks than the Intel 510, but all these drives are so fast anyway that it made zero difference to me in practical terms. On the other hand, blue screens and freezing coming out of sleep, RMAs, etc. were issues I had seen before and wanted to avoid for sure.

On my Intel 510, I set the BIOS for AHCI (vs IDE) and installed a fresh load of Windows 7, reinstalled my programs and transferred back my data files. If you can possibly manage to NOT restore from a backup, please do so. That will avoid any issue with correctly preparing the drive so the files start on 4KB block boundaries and give you an OS free of any carry over problems as a bonus. Operating Systems installed on rotating drives (other than the new Advanced Format Drives which also use 4KB blocks) will not have their files aligned correctly for any SSD. So restoring a backup or image transferring their contents to a SSD should cause the SSD to under perform from block miss-alignment - unless you can find a transfer program that will correct the alignment. It may exist, but I have not found any software with that guarantee.

I have only had the Intel 510 running for a month and a half - so that is no testament to long term survivability of course. But so far, it has not even hinted at a problem and the feedback on the Intel Drive's reliability by others has been at the top of the competitive field.

In summary, it is very fast and "It just works well!!"
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Superb, Fast & Quiet, Boots Very Fast, Opens Most Apps Instantly 8 aprile 2012
Di Tiger - Pubblicato su
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This drive is whisper quiet, blazing fast, and has worked flawlessly. Being SATA III (6G/s) I never feel like disk access is a bottleneck anymore. Being SSD, it boots and loads applications and files with blazing speed. The Windows 7 64-bit OEM install disc had no problem detecting and formatting the drive and installing Windows 7 to it in such a short time it didn't seem possible. Windows 7 initially booted in about 3 seconds, before it could finish drawing the logo. But once you install internet security software, boot time slowed to 13 seconds. But I no longer put my computer to sleep, I just shut it off because it boots so fast. I really love how IE, FireFox, MS Word, and Excel just immediately open without a lag. Some programs still take a few seconds like TurboTax, but much less time than my old computer. I have to say, this really delivered.

I own 3 SSDs now, this Intel drive, a SanDisk Extreme 120GB SSD, and a Kingston V200 128GB SSD. Of the 3, this is the clear stand out winner, but the SanDisk comes close and is much cheaper. Based on Windows Experience Index, this Intel drive rates 7.8, the SanDisk 7.6, and Kensington 7.1. I still think the Intel is the golden standard and worth the extra cost for your primary computer, and is more of a complete package.

Make this your primary drive with the operating system, application installations, and document files. 120GB should be be plenty for that. But for photos, videos, and music, I recommend getting a secondary HDD, like the Seagate ST2000DM001 Barracuda 7200RPM 2TB SATA 6G/s, which has been blazing fast for me to store and edit all my video from my HD camcorder. Use a large HDD for large files that are very optimal for large files stored as contiguous blocks that can be read easily in sequence.

The retail box for this drive comes with a SATA cable, molex power adapter for if you don't have a SATA power available from your power supply, and a mounting kit for a 3.5" bay if you don't have a 2.5" bay found on some newer cases like the Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Case. Any SATA cable will do for SATA 6G (they really don't differ) but you should just use the one it comes with. Do plug it into SATA III (6G/s) port, which is the point of the 510 series over the 320 Series. It fit great with my Intel DZ68BC motherboard SATA 6G ports.

It came with software, but instead go to the Intel support site and download the latest version of the tool box. The software can detect for firmware upgrades, but only for firmware released as of the release date of that software. It doesn't actually check the web for future versions of the firmware after the software version release, or detect software updates. It is very easy to find and install. Then you will need to run the optimizer once a week, either manually at the click of a button, or you can setup a schedule to run automatically. Supposedly it improves the performance and should be run weekly. Windows 7 already knows not to defrag the drive. But if you use other freeware defrag tools, you should double check and make sure it doesn't try to defrag the drive because it will shorten the life span.

I am sold on SSD after this drive, and it looks like Intel is the king of the best SSD out there with the 510 series at the moment.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle fast, quiet, cool... what else do you want? 16 settembre 2011
Di Jeff Boardman - Pubblicato su
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Ok... it would be nice if they were cheaper... but honestly, this is the BEST upgrade I have ever made.
Forget upgrading CPU/motherboard until you have purchased one of these.

I'm a 3D gamer, have a decent video card, etc. but had an older (3+ years) CPU/MB/Memory combination and was getting some slow frames per second rates in the games.

Furthermore the real-world experience using applications and Windows was sluggish and I hated how loud my hard drive (WD Black) was in my otherwise very quiet computer.

I decided to upgrade my motherboard/CPU/RAM and hard drive but couldn't do it all at once.

I bought this SSD first and after installing it I was amazed at the difference in my gaming performance and Windows experience in general. It made such a difference I still have not upgraded my other components and have no plans to in the near future.

Just bite the bullet and buy an SSD that supports good 4K RANDOM READ AND WRITE PERFORMANCE (IOPS).
If you don't know what this means or why it's important just know that all SSDs are not created equal and some SSD may actually perform SLOWER than your existing spinning hard drive. Many of the published performance numbers for SSD drives really do not matter in real-world scenarios. I'm not saying this Intel SSD is the only good drive just know that at this point in time it is one of the good ones. Do some research on SSD drives and 4K performance to make your own informed decision.

Note: there are a couple of tricks to do when setting up this drive... again.. do some research and do it right the first time... My suggestions/opinions:

1) Do a clean install of windows... back up your important documents (should be done anyway!) and install fresh!
2) Be sure to set your BIOS settings to AHCI mode for the drive before installing!
3) Run the windows experience tool as soon as you re-install.. it should detect your SSD and make some SSD-specific tweaks.
4) Turn off indexing for the SSD drive in windows.
5) Advanced users: Search and tweak windows further for SSD-specific settings to improve performance and extend the life of the SSD drive.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle rock solid and dependable 12 settembre 2011
Di Aaron Vollrath - Pubblicato su
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this drive has performed great for me. windows 7 64-bit boots in less than 10 seconds after bios posts and applications like photoshop open very fast. having had almost the exact opposite experience with a different drive OCZ Technology 60 GB Agility 3 SATA III Sold State Drive AGT3-25SAT3-60G i would definitely recommend this drive for its stability and decent performance.

CrystalDiskMark 3.0.1 x64 Results
Sequential Read : 409.974 MB/s
Sequential Write : 209.297 MB/s
Random Read 512KB : 325.991 MB/s
Random Write 512KB : 200.509 MB/s
Random Read 4KB (QD=1) : 20.750 MB/s [ 5065.8 IOPS]
Random Write 4KB (QD=1) : 44.788 MB/s [ 10934.5 IOPS]
Random Read 4KB (QD=32) : 86.328 MB/s [ 21076.1 IOPS]
Random Write 4KB (QD=32) : 63.655 MB/s [ 15540.9 IOPS]

Test : 1000 MB [C: 75.7% (84.6/111.7 GB)] (x5)
Date : 2011/09/11 22:53:18
OS : Windows 7 SP1 [6.1 Build 7601] (x64)

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