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SanDisk Extreme II 240GB SSD Review

SanDisk Extreme II 240GB SSD Review This is why today we’ll be reviewing the SanDisk Extreme II 240GB, which is SanDisk’s latest high performance SSD offering for the consumer market. Like a number of other SSDs on the market, the Extreme II will come in capacities of 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB. Looking at the capacities, …

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SanDisk Extreme II SSD Review

SanDisk Extreme II SSD Review When SanDisk first introduced us to its Extreme II SSD, I thought we were in for more of the same. My eyes rolled—but only once, because this isn’t another cookie-cutter SSD. Like most solid-state drives, the Extreme II relies on an array of MLC NAND for storage. However, it also has …

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SanDisk Extreme II Solid State Drive SDSSDXP Review

In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the 240GB SanDisk Extreme II SSD, model SDSSDXP-240G-G25, against the leading competition. This slim 7mm solid state drive is advertised to reach 550 MB/s reads and 510 MB/s writes with its Marvell 88SS9187 SSD processor, while also reaching 95,000 IOPS for random reads. SanDisk then goes beyond simple transfer speeds and TRIM garbage collection by including proprietary nCache non-volatile write cache technology for its 19nm Toggle NAND Flash.

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SanDisk Extreme II SSD Review

SanDisk Extreme II SSD Review A few months ago we reviewed one of SanDisk’s SSDs, the Ultra Plus which was designed to give a great balance of price and performance. It won our recommended award and so we were interested to see what would be next from SanDisk. That question was answered a few weeks ago …

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SanDisk Extreme II 240GB Solid State Drive Review

SanDisk Extreme II 240GB Solid State Drive Review The Extreme II is SanDisk’s fastest and most innovative SSD to date. Designed with gamers and enthusiasts in mind, this ultra-slim drive combines Marvell’s 88SS9187 controller with SanDisk’s own 19nm eX2 ABL MLC Toggle NAND flash to deliver a reliable and responsive computing experience. In our sequential read …

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