SanDisk Extreme II SSD

  • SanDisk Extreme II SSD
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The SanDisk Extreme II SSD features 550/510 MB/s in sequential read/write speed, and 95,000/78,000 random read/write IOPS. The Extreme II is manufacturer with NAND foundry capabilities and offers the SanDisk ReadyCache caching solution. It comes in 120GB, 240GB and 480GB versions.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 85

Assuming that's the case, with its current pricing and performance we have no problem recommending the Extreme II for anyone looking to buy a high speed SSD.

By uk.hardware.info on

Unless you're sporting really old hardware, an SSD is the best sure-fire way to boost the performance of your desktop or laptop computer. There is so much choice now it's difficult to know whether there is a significant difference between various SSDs...

By Computer Shopper on 80

SanDisk’s latest high-end SSD impresses on price and performance, standing up well to Samsung’s also-excellent SSD 840 Pro in our testing....

By Maximum PC on 80

The last time we saw the SanDisk Extreme SSD it wasn't exactly “extreme.” It was a fine drive and all, and we awarded it a “what a nice boy” verdict of 8 because it was decent, but it didn't blow off our anti-static leashes or anything. The problem was...

By uk.hardware.info on

Today we are taking a closer look at two Sandisk SSDs in the 256GB segment: the affordable Ultra Plus 256GB and the high-end Extreme II 240GB. Sandisk is the biggest manufacturer of USB sticks and memory cards and also makes ToggleFlash flash chips....

By hardwarebbq.com on 88

So it's a direct rival with Samsung 840 Pro. Which could be a good OR a bad thing. Because at...

By custompcreview.com on

The second generation Extreme drive is no slouch and looking at our performance figures, there's really no question that the Extreme II is positioned to play with the big boys. Not only did we see some great initial burst performance, we also saw good...

By Real World Labs on

Today we are going to take a close look at the largest capacity Extreme II SSD SanDisk has to offer. The Extreme II series is SanDisk’s current flagship consumer enthusiast class solid state drive. This drive is packed with new technology and has...

By PC Mag on 80

The SanDisk Extreme II internal solid-state drive is a great opening volley into the high-end consumer market. It offers enthusiast-level performance from a historically OEM-focused...

By micromart.co.uk on 70

We tested the original SanDisk Extreme, which used a SandForce SF-2281 controller, in Micro Mart issue 1229. While we were familiar with SandForce, that was our first experience with Toggle flash memory (24nm SanDisk branded chips in that particular...

By Hardware Canucks on

SanDisk may be onto something here. While their competitors have been hell-bent on pushing the boundaries regardless of end-user cost, the Extreme 2 240GB charts a slightly different path by utilizing advanced yet proven technology and pairing that up...

By TechRadar AU on 80

What sort of a fist has SanDisk made of the 9187 chipset in this latest Extreme II SSD, then? Pretty stellar, actually. Direct comparisons with the other Marvell 9187 drive in this test, the Crucial M500, are tricky due to the gap in capacity. The...

By Expert Reviews on 80

A very fast SSD with a long warranty, but it's too...

By APH Networks on

In the car world, there are words or letters manufacturers append to standard model names to indicate something better. Honda has Type-R, Mercedes-Benz has AMG, BMW has M, Dodge has SRT, Chevrolet has SS; the list goes on. Actually, many marques share...

By Real World Labs on

Having migrated over to and run Haswell for a while now we know that the sweet spot for storage performance with Haswell is a 3 drive array in RAID 0. If you are a performance junkie like we are then you must have Haswell and you must have a (3)...

By The Tech Report on

On the surface, the Extreme II appears to be Yet Another SSD. But it's not, because unlike most solid-state drives, the Extreme II offers something original. In addition to MLC main storage, it has an SLC write cache—and both are derived from the same...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

Starting with the build quality of the Extreme 2 we have a drive which scores well thanks to the use of a high quality controller and branded NAND Flash. If there is one let-down it is part of the casing being plastic rather than all metal but that is a...

By overclockers.com on

I have to admit coming in to this review I had my doubts about the performance of this drive for some reason, but I can safely say it proved me wrong. While it wasn't class leading, it was certainly in their ballpark across the board. That brings me to...

By CDRLabs on

The Extreme II is SanDisk's fastest and most innovative SSD to date. Designed with gamers and enthusiasts in mind, this ultra-slim drive combines Marvell's 88SS9187 controller with SanDisk's own 19nm eX2 ABL MLC Toggle NAND flash to deliver a...

By Kitguru.net on 90

Today we are looking at the latest high speed Solid State drive from Sandisk, the Extreme II. This follows on from our review of the which we reviewed back in March this year. The previous generation SanDisk Extreme adopted a SandForce controller...