Intel SSD DC S3500
The Intel SSD DC S3500 features an 8-Channel ASIC with 20nm MLC NAND providing up to 75,000/11,500 random read/write IOPS and 500/450 MB/s of sustained sequential read/write speed. The S3500 comes in a wide range of capacities, 80, 120, 160, 240, 300, 480, 600 and 800GB.
Power Loss Data Protection.
5 Year Warranty.
Write Performance Trailed Some Competing Drives.
By TomsHardware on June 11, 2013
So, if you need a very specific capacity or form factor, you'll probably find an SSD DC S3500 able to meet your specifications. For everyone else, there is Seagate's 600 Pro.85
By TheSSDReview on June 11, 2013
If we were forced to choose, we would probably go with the S3500 simply because it has more enterprise features that the SM843 can’t match, as well as a transparent and very low pricing scheme. For this, we have awarded the Intel SSD DC S3500 with our Top Value Award.80
By HotHardware on June 11, 2013
That puts pricing in the $1.22 – $1.44 range, which is much lower than many enterprise-class solid state drives. Considering their strong, consistent performance, relatively higher endurance, and power-loss data protection, the Intel SSD DC S3500 series drives should be a great fit for all but the most demanding, enterprise workloads.100
By HardcoreWare on June 11, 2013
With a still-high TBW, consistent performance, a good steady state curve, and a 5 year warranty, the DC S3500 is a suitable drive for most read-heavy enterprise solutions.85
By TechPowerUp on June 11, 2013
The new SSDs will be offered in capacities ranging from 80 gigabyte (GB) to 800GB and both 2.5 and 1.8 inch form factors. Available through Intel distributors and resellers, the Intel DC S3500 Series is offered at the suggested channel price of $115 for a 1.8-inch 80GB drive and $979 for a 2.5-inch 800GB drive. It is also accompanied by a 5-year warranty.-
By TweakTown on June 11, 2013
The low price point, weighing in at 50% cheaper than the DC S3700 and 20% cheaper than the Intel 320, will also draw in many customers. For those looking to replace HDDs with a value alternative, the Intel DC S3500 fits the bill.91
By HardwareCanucks on June 10, 2013
While it may not be as powerful or flexible as its DC S3700 counterpart, for value minded clients searching out additional bandwidth in read centric tasks, the DC S3500 will prove to be a highly competitive option.80