SanDisk Ultra 3D SDSSDH3-2T00-G25 2TB Reviews

SanDisk Ultra 3D SDSSDH3-2T00-G25 2TB
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Expert Reviews: 
 4.1
User Reviews: 
 4.0
 
 

Sandisk Ultra 3D SSD 500GB: A respectable mid-range SSD

 
3.0
Pros: High write speeds, Good durability
Cons: Inconsistent in everyday use
Verdict: No matter how ingenious the manufacturers' R&D departments might be, a SATA SSD can only go so fast: throughput limits mean that it's only going to get harder for a SATA-based SSD to innovate.

Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
8 months ago
expertreviews.co.uk
 

SanDisk ULTRA 3D SSD 1TB Review

Verdict: 1TB Drive from SanDisk – one could only dream of a 1TB SSD back in the past but now it seems that it is a reality but at quite a high cost but that's the price you pay to get high-speed fast storage, especially for notebook computers when you're working on the go.

Read full review at goldfries
1 year ago
goldfries
 
Pros: 1TB capacity, 3D NAND Technology, Very good performance, Fast Marvell 88SS1074 controller, Cheaper than the WD Blue 3D NAND SSD
Verdict: In our benchmarks tests, we managed to get a maximum read speed of around 557.8 MB/sec and write speed of up to 520 MB/sec. This is very good, all thanks to the super fast Marvell 88SS1074 controller inside. If you've noticed lately, I've started to do a lot of videos, unboxings and vlogs.

Read full review at funkykit.com
1 year ago
funkykit.com
 
 
4.8
Verdict: We have been nothing but impressed by both the WD Blue 3D SSD and the SanDisk Ultra 3D in today's review. Bombarding these twins with benchmark after benchmark only helped to establish their rank as some of the best performing SATA 6Gb/s SSDs out.

Read full review at thessdreview.com
1 year ago
thessdreview.com
 
Verdict: Having arrived at the third generation of the BiCS 3D NAND, developed by Sandisk and Toshiba, WD thinks the time has come to base consumer products on the new technology. The performance of the WD Blue 3D and Sandisk Ultra 3D are on-par with the 3D NAND-based Micron SSDs and only slightly worse than...
1 year ago
Hardware.Info
 

Review: WD Blue 3D & Sandisk Ultra 3D 1TB SSDs

 
3.0
Verdict: You might wonder why we're testing two solid state drives in the one review? Well, it's because WD is being a little tricky with its marketing for these two products. The WD Blue 3D range of drives is aimed at resellers and system builders, while the SanDisk Ultra 3D drives are being marketed to...
1 year ago
PC Authority
 

Sandisk Ultra 3D SSD review: Big TLC capacity, fast MLC performance

 
4.0
Pros: Very good overall and sustained performance, Affordable in all capacities
Cons: A bit slow reading smaller files and folders, 2TB version has a lower TBW rating
Verdict: There are still lots of PCs out there that would take on new life with a simple hard-drive-to-SSD upgrade , and Sandisk's Ultra 3D is one of the best,...
1 year ago
PC World
 

Sandisk Ultra 3D SSD review: Big TLC capacity, fast MLC performance

Verdict: There are still lots of PCs out there that would take on new life with a simple hard-drive-to-SSD upgrade , and Sandisk's Ultra 3D is one of the best, if not the best SSD for the job.
1 year ago
review.goodgearguide.com.au
 

WD Blue 3D Nand SATA SSD (1TB) & SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD (1TB)

 
4.8
Verdict: The WD Blue 3D Nand SATA SSD (1TB) & SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD (1TB) provide some excellent value for all computer users, including decent speeds for TLC technology.

Read full review at impulsegamer
1 year ago
impulsegamer
 

One Design, Two Products: The SanDisk Ultra 3D (1TB) and WD Blue 3D (1TB) SSD Reviews, with BiCS 3D NAND

Verdict: Compared to last year's WD Blue that used planar TLC NAND flash, the new WD Blue 3D NAND and SanDisk Ultra 3D perform much better on tests where the older drive was weakest. At lower queue depths where the bandwidth of the SATA link was not a bottleneck, the new SSDs delivered significantly better...

Read full review at AnandTech
1 year ago
AnandTech
 
 
4.0
Pros: Very good overall performance, Aggressively priced, Includes cloning software
Cons: Not quite as fast as Samsung's two-year-old SSD 850 EVO, Three-year warranty, not five
Verdict: SanDisk's new 3D-NAND TLC-based drive is very competitive, reasonably priced, and all-around excellent. It's a safe alternative to the iconic SSD 850 EVO.
1 year ago
ComputerShopper
 

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD (1TB)

 
4.0
Pros: Very good overall performance; aggressively priced; includes cloning software
Cons: Not quite as fast as Samsung's two-year-old SSD 850 EVO; three-year warranty, not five
Verdict: More than two years after the release of the Samsung SSD 850 EVO series of SSDs, we're finally starting to see a few challengers to its supremacy, thanks to the adoption of 3D NAND by some of its rivals.

Read full review at PC Magazine
1 year ago
PC Magazine
 
 
4.2
Verdict: WD recently updated its mainstream Blue line of solid state drives with new 64-layer 3D BiCS NAND flash memory. When we first took a look at the , we found it to be an admirable performer with competitive pricing.

Read full review at HotHardware
1 year ago
HotHardware
 
 
4.8
Verdict: The Western Digital Blue 3D and the SanDisk Ultra 3D give us our second look at BiCS 3 flash. The first time we got our hands-on BiCS 3, it was with Toshiba's XG5. We have been impressed with BiCS 3 on both occasions. BiCS 3, as far as we know, will be only of the TLC variety.

Read full review at Tweak Town
1 year ago
Tweak Town
 

WD Blue 3D And SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD

Pros: MLC-Like performance, Aggressive endurance rating, Low price point, Bundled software suite, MLC-Like performance, Aggressive endurance rating, Low price point, Bundled software suite
Cons: Some TLC consistency issues, Some TLC consistency issues
Verdict: The Western Digital Blue 3D 1TB offers excellent performance at a good price point. The drive is within a few performance points of the 850 EVO, but it sells at a much lower price. You won't be disappointed in this choice.
1 year ago
Tom's Hardware
 

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD Review

Pros: Improves its performance over the WD Blue non-3D NAND model it replaces, 2TB model aligns with other ind
Cons: Intel 545S SSD (512GB, Samsung 850 Pro SSD (1TB, Samsung 850 Pro SSD (2TB, ADATA SU900 SSD (512GB, Crucial MX200 SSD (500GB, Crucial MX200 SSD (1TB, Micron M600 SSD (1TB, OCZ VX500 SSD (512GB, WD Blue SSD (1TB, Improves its performance over the WD Blue non-3D NAND model it replaces, 2TB model aligns...
Verdict: The SanDisk Ultra 3D is a new client SSD similar to that of the WD Blue 3D. Because this drive is on the lower end of the performance scale, its main application will be general upgrades from an HDD-based system to solid-state technology for faster boot up times and speedier overall performance.

Read full review at StorageReview.com
1 year ago
StorageReview.com
 

SanDisk Ultra 3D 512GB SSD

 
5.0
Verdict: Great drive for a great price. Caught this on sale just as I was running out of room on my Corsair 128GB SSD. The drive went in easily and works flawlessly. The only drawback is that the drive doesn't come with a bracket to fit a 3.5" bay, nor does it have a SATA cable, so you'll have to purchase...

Read full review at Micro Center
1 month ago
Micro Center
 

Put into 2012 late model mac mini and now it flys, also upgraded ram to 16g

 
3.0
Verdict: My 2012 late model mac mini is like new again, before it was bogged down just surfing the web. It is much better than pricing out the same thing new which came to $1950 from apple, 1TB and 16g of ram (it had 4g in it). Watched you tube video to install, took about 20 min.

Read full review at Amazon
2 months ago
Amazon
 

Yeah not a bad lower mid level drive.

 
5.0
Verdict: works fine, only thing to note as with most of these lower mid tier drives once you go over 50% drive space performance starts to drop. Still way better than a HDD

Read full review at Amazon
4 months ago
Amazon
 

No Support

 
5.0
Verdict: Don't know what happened to SanDisk... I guess Western Digital. I have a house full of SanDisk products... but no more. I got the SSD Drive, and the cable to transfer my drive. It wouldn't work. It messed up the SSD Drive. Contacted Chat Support -- They said, go buy another software and try it.

Read full review at B&H Photo
6 months ago
B&H Photo
 

A fast drive

 
5.0
Verdict: I purchased this to replace an existing SSD and the speed improvement is clearly noticeable. In my opinion this is an excellent drive and worth consideration if you seek a 2.5 SSD.

Read full review at scan.co.uk
12 months ago
scan.co.uk
 

expect no support

 
1.0
Pros: nice paperweight
Cons: shows up in bios- not device or disk man
Verdict: upgrading from old samsung ssd(great p&p for 4 years).

Read full review at Newegg
1 year ago
Newegg
 

Five Stars

 
4.0
Verdict: aawsom thing to buy make my latop super fast

Read full review at amazon.ca
1 year ago
amazon.ca
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