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Intel 2.5 inch 310 Series SATA300

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By HardwareHeaven on 100

In terms of build quality and design the Intel 310 series drives represent a leap forward in compact mobile storage. The mSATA PCB is populated with quality Intel NAND chips which run through a tried and trusted controller and these are mixed with a...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

Welcome to the sixth iteration of our highest-ranked SSDs at any given price point. We updated our recommendations to reflect the recent price drops on second-gen SandForce hardware. There are several good deals to be found for right about £150....

By Tom's Hardware on

We've added more SSDs to our database and observed a number of significant price changes in the past month. As a result, this months recommendations undergo a notable revamp. And to those of you waiting for a hierarchy table at the end, it's...

By NotebookCheck on

Despite its small mSATA shape, the Intel SSD Serie 310 is based on the technology of the bigger X25-M Solid State Drive. This technology is incorporated an a small printed circuit board, which only weighs 7 gramme and is so very light. This solution...

By Techworld on

Consider that the most recent wave of economy SSDs have been low capacity models, such as Intel's X25-V, which has 40GB. A quick comparison makes the SSD 310's value clear.That said, I'm still a big proponent of Seagate's latest hybrid...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

Enthusiasts with SSDs are loathe to swap back to mechanical storage. And for good reason. Wonderful though they might be for cramming lots of information into a compact space, disk drives aren't as responsive, and they're not as fast. Getting...

By Tom's Hardware on

Overall, the SSD 310 exhibits many of the performance characteristics we have seen from Intel's X25-M. It does come up short in the areas we'd expect, based on the same controller and a more conservative architecture. But we find that perfectly...

By HotHardware on

It would seem unlikely that a company could take a 2.5-inch SSD, carve away about 7/8ths of its physical properties, and maintain comparable performance. Yet Intel made such a claim, and then set out to prove it. Save for a blip in CrystalDiskMark,...

By StorageReview on

The mSATA Intel SSD 310 family proves that smaller doesn’t always mean slower when it comes to storage. Unlike miniaturized hard drives, which were slower in every way, SSD’s don’t lose speed just by decreasing their package size. As...

International Review By Hardware-Mag on

des Tests.Leistungsmäßig konnte die SSD 310 mit 80 GB ziemlich genau das unter Beweis stellen, was Intel in seinen technischen Datenblättern bewirbt. Wie die unten folgenden Rankings zeigen, eignet sich die 310 auch als Datenlaufwerk und...

International Review By PC-Welt.de on

Intel ist mit seinen SSD-Festplatten bereits seit der Marktreife dieser Technologie einer der Spitzenreiter auf dem Gebiet der Flash-Festplatten. Sowohl Leistung als auch Stromverbrach waren seit jeher über jeden Zweifel erhaben. Mit dem 80 GB...

International Review By Tom's Hardware on

Mini-SSDs sind nicht neu. Bislang fehlte ein Anschlussstandard. Mit den SSDs der 310-Familie stellt Intel auch das mSATA-Interface mit der Kontaktleiste von mini-PCI Express vor, das mit diesem aber nicht kompatibel ist. Wie schlagen sich diese SSDs?...

International Review By unlimitpc.com on

กับเจ้า Intel® Solid-State Drive 310 Series 80 GB ก็เป็น SSD...