Intel X25-M G2 80GB

Intel X25-M G2 80GB

  • Price/GB: 4.51 $/GB
  • Size: 80 GB
  • Form factor: 2.5 inches
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  • Price/GB: 4.51 $/GB
  • Size: 80 GB
  • Form factor: 2.5 inches

4.6 of 5 stars

Based on 107 reviews

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20/09/2010
Edited 21/09/2010
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    gaspard(56 reviews)
    Really nice drive, my previous review was based on the market of 10 months ago.. However today the Crucial C300 and Sandforce-based drives are faster then the Intel... However in New Zealand at least, the Intel is still competitive since it's sold so widely, and has great performance... I've had mine for several months now, and have been really happy with the responsiveness of my PC... Couldn't go back to a SSD-free machine now. Intel has released a version of Acronis for free, and a new version of their Excellent Toolbox software that does some Windows Tweaks for you now.
    11/11/2017
      Funkat perfect for 7 years! Tried to replace the larger Samsung 512 GB SSD, but Samsung did not work properly, so returned to the Intel X25-M G2 80GB and run it as a Windows disk.

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      02/11/2010
      Edited 21/07/2015
        BEST purchase I ever made for my computer. Bought in and of itself new gadgets for almost 30,000 - a new computer recently, but this little disc is what makes me never again need to be annoyed at long Windows booting, or that programs take too long in coming. A clear ten, and it is not usual from my side! * Update 1: After over three years of use, it still works flawlessly! * Update 2: After over 5 years of use, it still works flawlessly!

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        22/04/2010
        Edited 16/01/2015
          2013-4 year, my dishes now but still remaining lifetime of almost 100% 2015-6 years and still still going strong.

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          03/08/2014
            Cannon, still holds true today and has passed its fourth computer.

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