Review of the Intel 330 Series SSD
Back in April we told you that Intel was launching their new 330 Series range of SSD’s. We got our hands on one and so here is our review.
As described by Intel:
Ideal for price-conscious enthusiasts looking to upgrade a desktop or notebook PC, the Intel SSD 330 Series brings SATA 6Gb/s transfer rates to the Intel Solid-State Drive 300 Family. Offered in the most popular capacities (60GB, 120GB and 180GB), the Intel SSD 330 Series boosts overall system performance and responsiveness for a broad range of applications.
The Intel SSD 330 Series is backed by a 3-year limited warranty and based on 25nm Multi-Level Cell (MLC) Intel NAND Flash Memory and validated for three years of worry-free useful life. Intel SSD 330 Series delivers the world class quality, reliability, and customer support you’ve come to expect from Intel.
Who are Intel?
From their website (just in case you have never heard of Intel:
Back in 1968, two scientists, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, founded Intel with a vision for semiconductor memory products. By 1971, they had introduced the world’s first microprocessor. Since then, Intel has established a heritage of innovation that continues to expand the reach and promise of computing while advancing the ways people work and live worldwide.