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SanDisk X300 256 GB Internal SSD

Mfg. Part: SD7SB6S-256G-1122 | CDW Part: 3575674 | UNSPSC: 43201830
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  • Solid state drive
  • 256 GB
  • internal
  • 2.5"
  • SATA 6Gb/s
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Solid state drive
  • 256 GB
  • internal
  • 2.5"
  • SATA 6Gb/s
The SanDisk X300 SSD is a high-performance drive designed to deliver a great user experience without compromise. Based on X3 flash technology, the SanDisk X300 SSD delivers optimum performance with high reliability and low power. It incorporates nCache 2.0, SanDisk's next-generation tiered caching technology, designed to improve SSD responsiveness for any corporate and consumer workload.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
Dimensions & Weight
Depth: 4 in
Height: 0.3 in
Weight: 2.05 oz
Width: 2.7 in

Environmental Parameters
Max Operating Temperature: 158 °F
Min Operating Temperature: 32 °F

Hard Drive
4KB Random Read: 91000 IOPS
4KB Random Write: 57000 IOPS
Data Transfer Rate: 600 MBps
Form Factor: 2.5"
Form Factor (metric): 6.4 cm
Form Factor (Short): 2.5"
Form Factor (Short) (metric): 6.4 cm
Hard Drive Type: Internal hard drive
Interface: Serial ATA-600
Internal Data Rate: 520 MBps
Internal Data Rate (Write): 460 MBps
NAND Flash Memory Type: Triple-level cell (TLC)
Storage Interface: Serial ATA-600

Header
Brand: SanDisk
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Model: X300
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: SanDisk

Interface Provided
Connector Type: 7 pin Serial ATA
Qty: 1
Storage Interface: Serial ATA-600

Miscellaneous
Compliant Standards: BSMI , FCC , KC , TUV , UL , VCCI
Microsoft Certification: Compatible with Windows 7
MTBF: 1,752,000 hours
Package Type: Retail

Power Consumption
Mode: Active
Value: 95 mW



Mode: Read
Value: 2450 mW



Mode: Write
Value: 3900 mW



Mode: Sleep
Value: 70 mW

Service
Support Details Full Contract Period: 5 years
Support Details Type: Limited warranty

Service & Support
Type: 5 years warranty

Shock & Vibration Tolerance
Shock Acceleration (Non-operating): 1500
Shock Acceleration (Operating): 1500
Shock Duration (Non-operating): 0.5 ms half-sine pulse
Shock Duration (Operating): 0.5 ms half-sine pulse
Vibration Acceleration (Non-operating): 4.9
Vibration Acceleration (Operating): 5
Vibration Frequency Range (Non-operating): 7-800 Hz
Vibration Frequency Range (Operating): 10-2000 Hz

Storage
Type: Solid state drive

Storage Hard Drive
Capacity: 256 GB
Features: DataGuard Technology , DEVSLP SATA low power mode , DRAM cache , Multi-Page Recovery (MPR) , nCache 2.0 technology , On Chip Copy (OCC) , Thermal throttling , Windows WHCK certified

Product Reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by I can keep one or two Adobe Premiere or After Effects projects on it. Valuable Features:I currently own a SanDisk SSD. My computer boots faster than ever, loads applications that I have located on it almost instantly, and never fails or crashes. I also keep one or two Adobe Premiere or After Effects projects on it.This solid state drive is the best. It was cheap, only around $70 when I purchased it, and is the most reliable piece of hardware out there. I have relieved so much pain from my life choosing this SSD.No more BSODs, no more laggy game captures/FPS drops in the games I play, and it didn't take much setup at all. Phenomenal performance for the price I paid. Perfect for me, I recommend it to everyone in need of a great upgrade.Room for Improvement:I have only a few aspects of this SSD that can be improved. First of all, the hard plastic "shell" on the drive seems a little weak. When transporting the drive to my second computer, I noticed it rattled a little, it would be nice if the shell was more solid. I want to feel security when I pick up the piece of hardware that contains the most important pieces to my company. Also, the SATA port on the SSD seem a little loose, the cable has the potential to drop off of the back of the drive. Same goes for the SATA power cable.I would like to see a sleeker design. I want to be able to feel security when I pick it up, so maybe a metal case? Something that when I hold it, it feels heavy. It feels sleek and secure; there is no busting it up if it is dropped. Another suggestion is the ports on the back are a little more tightened, so the cables have no way of falling out of the back. Another cool aesthetic I would like to see is a logo. No more plain "SanDisk" logo at the top. A cool, sleek design engraved would be awesome. Even though no one sees the hardware in a computer (for the most part), it would add a professional vibe to it.Deployment Issues:I've had no issues with deployment.Stability Issues:I've had no issues with stability.Scalability Issues:I've had no issues with scalability.Other Solutions Considered:Currently my gaming team relies on a small amount of hard disc space to be able to record and make videos for YouTube. We would like to move to Flash Arrays as they will not only expand , but further eliminate the limits of data centers. With an increase in storage, our company will be able to save larger files, and run many projects at once, creating more and more content for the YouTube world.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. February 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Transfer speeds are very fast and it helps with the amount of time it takes to transfer large video files and even pictures. Valuable Features:The most valuable features I've noticed is that my SSD boots very fast like in seconds instead of minutes like my hard drive did. My SSD doesn't always have 100% utilization like my hard drive. And the speed of the SSD is a lot more instantaneous so transfer speeds are very fast and it helps with the amount of time it takes to transfer large video files and even pictures. Streaming media from the SSD is flawless it works perfectly with my gigabit network. With no hickups in the video or pictures the SSD never reaches 100% utilization ever. The SSD doesn't get hot when it's under full load.Improvements to My Organization:In my data center I only have hard drives, with no SSD storage, but I always wish I could have some SSD storage to speed up with transfers and boot up devices faster. Currently, I have two boot SSDs - one in my storage array and one in my personal laptop. My laptop has a 240GB SanDisk SSD and I freaking love it. It works flawlessly and my storage array boots up very fast with a SanDisk SSD. I've never had an SSD as a boot drive and there's a big difference between SSDs and hard drives. I used to have to wait forever for my storage array to boot and file transfers were longer than I want. Me and my friend shoot videos and photos, and time-lapse videos of nature around Colorado. We struggle for enough storage space for all of our pictures, videos, and documents. I hope one day I can have a data center with all SSD storage. It would improve my workflow I can spend more time with my family instead of waiting for file transfers to finish. Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope to get a chance to win .Room for Improvement:When I got my SSD, I tried installing Windows 10 on it and it did not work, as it said the SSD was not formatted for a GPT drive. You should include instructions or help with installing Windows or a different OS. I had a lot of trouble with it. I reached out to my friends who maybe could help and the SSD still wouldn't let me install Windows 10. Then I tried formatting the drive for a GPT drive, made an empty partition and then all of a sudden it worked. They should make the is clone software free, and the coating on the SSD feels weird.They should make the SSD a GPT drive so it's easier for people to install an OS on it. You could make OS cloning software free to download and use. It would've been very helpful to me. I tried making the SSD a boot drive for a week straight and spent endless hours trying to install an OS on the SSD . What I'm saying is you should format the drive as a GPT drive and make bootable partition. The partition was formatted as an MBR drive and the partition was not set up to install an OS on it. It also needs a different coating.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. February 3, 2016
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