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The Intel 510 Series features SATA 6Gbps performance, it uses 34nm NAND flash memory and supports data transfers of up to 500MB/s.
3 year warranty.
Good amount of accessories included.
Rugged metal case.
Faster boot and application load times.
Particularly in sequential reads and writes.
Supports 6Gbps SATA.
Fast sequential reads and writes.
Will not reduce load times of some applications and games by much.
Slow random-access speeds compared with competing drives.
Noncompetitive 4KB random reads/writes.
By TechSpot on April 29, 2011
Ideally we would've benched the larger 250GB version of the 510 Series as the majority of the high-end SSDs tested were around this size, but unfortunately Intel couldn't provide us with a review sample in time. This placed the Intel SSD 510...
By Real World Labs on November 02, 2011
So after reading all the results i am sure many of you are wondering about which SSD is currently the best one in the market. Well if you can afford the extra premium then the RevoDrive3 240GB is without doubt faster than every other SSD in...
By MyCE on August 12, 2011
Let us summarise the most important positive and negative points below:The main positive points: Positive:Silky smooth operation as a system drive (during the test period). Excellent reading and writing performance. Good 4K random I/O performance....
By techPowerUp! on June 29, 2011
The engineers at Intel have done an incredible job tuning the firmware of their 510 Series to suit the needs of today's consumers. Especially in our ISO file copy and game patching benchmarks, the Intel drive plays in a completely different league...
By Tbreak.com on June 28, 2011
Solid State Drives or SSDs for short are slowly becoming the preferred choice of PC performance enthusiasts with their faster access times and quiet operation. Previously, Western Digital’s Raptor series held that top spot with its 10,000rpm drives,...
By PC Mag on June 22, 2011
The SSD 510 Series, Intel's replacement for its once–industry leading X25-M drive solid-state drive, turns out fine numbers in some circumstances, but its random-access speeds may be a turn off for more advanced power users. Buy it...
By RegHardware on June 14, 2011
Despite this, Intel’s 510 series is a serious performer and could likely be capable of more under the right conditions. So, if you’re a die-hard Intel fan still clinging to your X-25M but wishing it was more, then you’ll probably...
By InsideHW on May 30, 2011
Although Intel SSDs are far from being omnipresent on the market, those who have had the chance to use them are certainly convinced that these are top-notch devices. When Intel’s first SSDs were presented back in 2008, namely X25-M, it was clear...
By itreviews.com on May 19, 2011
Intel's 250GB 510 Series drive is a sterling performer especially if you want to move large files around - but with the new SandForce SF-2000 controller-equipped drives already appearing on the shelves, the timing of its release is unfortunate, to...
By Bit-tech.net on May 18, 2011
Intel’s move away from making its own drive controllers has come as a surprise, and the Intel 510 120GB didn't feel like the well-rounded SSD we expected. Compromises have been made in terms of random read and write performance to ensure high...
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