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|Package Weight||0.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.2 x 3.9 x 0.7"|
|Max Write||500 MB/s|
|Shock Resistant||Up to 1500 G|
|Vibration Resistance||5 gRMS, 10-2000 Hz / 4.9 gRMS, 7-800 Hz)|
|Temperature||32 to 158°F / 0 to 70°C|
|MTBF||1.75 million hours|
|Dimensions||2.75 x 3.96 x 0.28" / 69.85 x 100.50 x 7.00 mm|
|Weight||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Interface||SATA Revision 3.0 (6 Gb/s)|
|Max Read||550 MB/s|
Three Years Warranty, Storage options between 120GB to 960GB, Good performance with light workloads and Gaming
Better options out there for heavy workloads
With the lowest pricing on the market, the SanDisk Ultra II is an excellent upgrade for your aging computer.
The SanDisk Ultra II SSD delivers good performance, and its high-capacity versions are currently the most affordable on the market. The drive includes helpful software.
The drive's 120GB version is comparatively expensive. The three-year warranty is not as long as might be expected.
Sandisk is making a clever move with this Ultra II TLC based SSD series. The trick is to bring the prices down in a very competitive market. The latest iterations from Micron and Samsung make this a hard to dominate domain.
Samsung set the bar for TLC SSDs extremely high with the SSD 840 and further raised it with the SSD 840 EVO. Since Samsung set the base level of what to expect from TLC, now every TLC drive will be put directly against Samsung's offerings, and what Samsung taught us is that a TLC SSD does not have...
Samsung now has some competition in the TLC SSD market and things are not going to slow down. Next year there will be a flood of newer TLC drives being released into the marketplace.
Last month we previewed Toshiba's TLC flash, our first look at TLC outside of Samsung. Today we look at SanDisk's first retail SSD with TLC flash.
Given the 3-year warranty, decent software bundle and aggressive pricing the Sandisk Ultra 2 SSD wins our value award.
One of two still works which is not comfortable for me. Will probably replace both just for peace of mind. I guess the one is under the 3 year warranty, we will see once I get to that point of going for a replacement, but unsure if I would even trust it to go through through the process.
I bought two on 11/22/15 for 2 builds for the wife and myself. They are fast as were inexpensive for price per gig.
However, the one in my wife's computer (boot drive) just DIED and lost everything without warning. I have two identical machine setups latest everything as far as drivers and such. This one that died does not show identification correctly like the other does in the BIOS on either machine.
Never again for Sandisk, will buy Samsung only. Read reviews on other sites - I'm not alone, around 25% of reviews talking about disk failure in 3-6 months use.
Fast, good price
Dead after 4 months use , waiting for RMA, all data lost.
I bought the disk for my Mac book pro 2011, since i put the disk in the computer i cannot run the computer off battery and for the past few days getting read/write errors. The machine seems to crash quite a lot with this side.
Going on 9 months of ownership now, bought it during a 50% off sale. I use this 1TB SSD for pretty much everything on my PC. I have a 1TB hard drive for backup. I have had ZERO problems, everything hooked up, worked immediately, and I have been loving it ever since.
Bought this drive to replace a 1TB 5400 rpm in a Lenovo Yoga 3 14 that was being used to edit some photos as well as manage photo history. The computer is a nice machine but used to lock up all the time when trying to transfer the photos.
This is my first SSD after my 500GB WD Green drive died. I wasn't expecting much to be fair, especially when it arrived. To be fair I'm not sure what I was expecting, but it's just a small very lightweight plastic box. Hard to believe what it can do!!!
The current version of this drive is very expensive. Because it got great reviews . . .I decided to try the previous generation (which also got good reviews). I can tell you now that the drive is a great drive and works well. The real problem with SSD (Solid State Drives) is the interface.
My 6 year old Toshiba laptop was on it's last legs, or so I thought. It took 5 minutes to boot and regularly lagged due to constant access to the hard disk drive. Defragging the laptop's HDD didn't help. I cloned the old HDD to this 960GB SSD and swapped drives.