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SanDisk Extreme II 240GB SSD Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specifications
  3. Closer Look
  4. Endurance Testing
  5. Test Setup and Testing Methodology
  6. AS SSD Benchmark
  7. ATTO Benchmark
  8. AIDA64 Average Access Test
  9. Boot Load Test
  10. TRIM Test
  11. CrystalDisk Mark Benchmark
  12. HDTune Pro Benchmark
  13. Futuremark Benchmarks
  14. Anvil Benchmarks
  15. Conclusion


SanDisk_Extreme_II_240GB_GRAPH_PCMV_HDD In PCMark Vantage, the drive’s strong points are for application loading and the media player tests, followed by video editing via Windows Movie Maker and does pretty well in Gaming presets. SanDisk_Extreme_II_240GB_GRAPH_PCM7_HDD In PCMark 7, Extreme II faces head-to-head with 840 Pro.

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