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Intel SSD 335 vs. Intel SSD 330 Review: Inexpensive SSD Evolution

Started by: TAViX | Date 02/06/13 04:21:14 AM
Comments: 6 | Last Comment:  03/13/13 06:52:20 AM

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For SATA 2.0/3Gbps is perfect. For older laptops also. No need the latest SATA 3 drive.
1 1 [Posted by: TAViX  | Date: 02/06/13 04:21:14 AM]
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Except it'd actually have to be notably cheaper than some tried SATA3 drives, like M4 or Samsung 830. And in many places there apparently is some kind of "Intel tax" in retail.
0 0 [Posted by: rrr  | Date: 02/09/13 04:01:03 AM]
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It is faster than both of those drives, especially the M4. And it is cheaper too. And it is Intel. Perfect combination.
0 0 [Posted by: cosminmcm  | Date: 02/11/13 06:52:33 AM]
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Have you even looked at the charts in the review? It is not faster across the board, faster in some, but slower in some too.

Also, where I live, M4 256GB and 335 240GB cost about the same.
0 0 [Posted by: rrr  | Date: 02/14/13 04:33:16 AM]
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Excellent work.

The HDD market nears it's end as we know it.

Maybe a hybrid phoenix will appear maybe not.
0 0 [Posted by: oldDummy  | Date: 02/10/13 03:22:48 AM]
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hey guys check this out damnintel dot com
0 0 [Posted by: damnintel  | Date: 03/13/13 06:52:20 AM]
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