Patriot Pyro Series SATA600

  • Patriot Pyro Series SATA600
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Pros:

  • Decent performance.
  • Works in any application in which other SATA hard drives are used.
  • DuraClass technology.

Cons:

  • Randomly dismounts sometimes when the computer comes out of sleep mode.
  • Doesn't come with a drive bay converter to make it work with desktops.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on -

Patriot's Pyro series finds itself in a tough position, just as OCZ's Agility 3 line does. These SSDs are living off the hype of the SandForce SF-2200 controller and their support for the SATA 6Gb/s interface. Yet they fail to deliver the...

By MadShrimps on -

Considering that the HDD prices have raised a lot in the last time period and the SSDs are not as expensive as they used to be before, it is a good time to invest in one, depending on the available budget. Most people will choose lower capacities...

By cnet on 68

The Patriot Memory Pyro is a decent SSD among its peers and will improve your computer's performance significantly when used as a replacement hard...

By Kitguru.net on 85

If you go shopping this month for a Solid State Drive, then you will be presented with a bewildering array of choices. If we are being honest, most people tend to buy an SSD based around the price and the Pyro may appeal, as it is a cheaper version...

By APH Networks on -

Unless you have never exposed yourself to the outside world before, chances are that you have heard of Nero. No, I am not talking about Ahead Software's Nero Burning ROM, but rather, Roman Emperor Nero from AD 54 to 68. Known for his obsession with...

By Vortez on -

Since its inception the SATA 3 SSD has had enthusiasts drooling over faster transfer rates and enticing them to get their wallets out. Never has there been a better time to invest with prices being reasonably affordable and a vast spectrum of...

By Hi Tech Legion on -

If you read our introduction, you are aware that the Patriot Pyro has an Asynchronous NAND Flash (by Micron), as opposed to a Synchronous NAND Controller. What are the differences and is there a benefit to having one or the other? In theory and...

By Legit Reviews on -

The Patriot Pyro SSD is a capable and affordable SATA III SSD that doesn't have the raw speed across the board like some of its peers but it also carries a lower price tag than...

By Hardware Canucks on -

Within each generation of SSDs there is always a controller design which most companies tend to gravitate towards. This time SandForce has taken over and we’ve only seen the beginning of what promises to be a glut of rebadged mid-range SF2281-based...

By HotHardware on -

The Patriot Pyro 120GB SSD we tested performed as expected, considering the drive’s similar configuration to a couple of others we evaluated in a recent round-up. With highly-compressible data and in most transfer tests, the Patriot Pyro performs...

By Overclockers Club on -

Ever since their release, SSDs have proven to provide an extremely great performance increase. However, this performance increase comes at a cost, as we've seen SSDs range from $100 to up to $1000. As newer drives are released, the price of the...

By HEXUS.net on 80

Patriot's Pyro SSD offers tremendous SandForce performance at a tempting price, and with Corsair, OCZ and others all pushing practically-identical propositions, the cost of second-generation SandForce ownership should only get lower. The Good Hits...

By Neoseeker on -

Patriot's first entry using the second generation SandForce SSD processor was the Wildfire, which was designed for optimal performance via expensive 32nm toggle NAND. The Pyro however, takes a more cost effective approach by using a less expensive...

By Modders-Inc on 90

What can I say that the results have not already shown. With the new SandForce Processor the Patriot was able to beat the Curcial RealSSD. Now I will have to say that the Crucial is using an older Processor, but it is still selling for a higher price...

International Review By PC for Alla Extreme on 77

Vi har fått möjligheten att testa fyra ssd-diskar med sandforce senaste kretsar. Patriot Pyro 120 GB Sandisk Ultra 120 GB Team Group Xtreme S2 120 GB Zalman F-series 120 GB Av ssd-diskarna är Sandisk Ultra 120 GB som utmärker sig från de övriga då...

International Review By ExtraHardware on -

Zajímá vás, jak si kupříkladu mnohými vlastněný či alespoň ze starších testů dobře známý Intel X25-M (34 nm) vede proti svému nástupci SSD 320 (25 nm)? A co momentálně výhodně prodávaný 96GB Kingston SSDNow V+ 100 – obstojí ten v konkurenci SSD s...

International Review By PC-Welt.de on -

Die Patriot Pyro 120GB erreicht im PC Mark Vantage Datenraten von bis zu 400 Megabyte pro Sekunde. Der Test checkt, ob die SSD das Leistungsniveau in allen Tempomessungen halten kann. Die Patriot Pyro 120GB (PP120GS25SSDR) setzt auf den...

International Review By ExtraHardware on -

Snižující se ceny a stoupající kapacity disků bez mechanických částí zpřístupňují tyto rychlíky i běžným uživatelům. Otestovali jsme pět SSD s kapacitou, jež by měla kromě systémového oddílu bez problému pojmout i základní uživatelská data. V druhé...

International Review By unlimitpc.com on -

Patriot Pyro 60GB นับว่าเป็น SSD ตัวแรกที่เข้ามายังแล็ป UPC...

International Review By CowcotLand on -

Il est temps de conclure sur ce petit Pyro avec ses puces de type asynchrone. Dans l'ensemble, on ne peut pas dire que les performances soient mauvaises, elles sont même plutôt très bonnes dans bien des cas, mais une chose est...