- メーカー型番 : SSDSA2MH080G2C1
Intel Boxed Intel X25-M Mainstream SATA SSD 80GB SSDSA2MH080G2C1
80GB 2.5” MLC SATA SSD
Sequential Read : 247.073 MB/s
Sequential Write : 78.710 MB/s
Random Read 512KB : 169.125 MB/s
Random Write 512KB : 55.627 MB/s
Random Read 4KB : 23.129 MB/s
Random Write 4KB : 44.979 MB/s
Test Size : 100 MB
Date : 2009/10/28 20:33:39
A little expensive but totally worth it if you spend more than 4hrs/day on your computer. In 3 years mechanical disks will be used primarily as backups and archives devices and most new systems will ship with SSD's. That's what's coming. Why not have that future today?
If you get an Intel or any other SSD, look for one that has TRIM support. The new Intel (version G2) has this support and this makes it so that your SSD doesn't degrade in performance over time. Many of the older, cheaper SSD's don't have support for TRIM or other clean up routines and they will degrade over time. Get one that has this feature. Also, you'll want to use an operating system ideally that gets the most out of an SSD, such as Windows 7. You'll have to do your own research about that aspect.
All in all, a great investment.
By the way, the windows performance index for this drive shows up as 7.7 on my system. All the stats seemed to come up a little with the new drive. Even the graphics index (which is the most limiting on my notebook) went from 3.3 to 3.6.
Windows 7 x64 Home
- It really feels like we bought a new, crazy fast computer, with just a ~$100 upgrade.
- Read / write speeds are inline with Intel's claims.
- Installed as expected, just like any other laptop-sized drive would.
- SSD is still expensive, in particular the fast stuff like this one.
- Now I'm going to want one in my Mac Pro at work.
Seems to run cooler than an HDD (system temps went down overall)
Needs a 3rd-party bracket for installation in most desktops
Size feels a bit low for modern applications and systems
Perfect for notebooks and average desktop use. Sufficient for power users or gamers, particularly if they plan to use multiple drives.
Windows 7 64-bit now loads in 1/3 the time it used to take. Shutdown takes 4 seconds flat.
Office applications start within a second.
Windows experience index gave it a 7.9 before the firmware update and 7.8 after the update.
I use it mainly for applications and games that I run most of the time (it's only 150GB after all).
I gave it 4 stars because I still think it's slightly expensive for the performance gain you get.