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Intel 310 Series 80GB mSATA mSATA (mini PCIe form factor) MLC Enterprise Solid State Disk SSDMAEMC080G2C1 - OEM

Intel 310 Series 80GB mSATA mSATA (mini PCIe form factor) MLC Enterprise Solid State Disk SSDMAEMC080G2C1 - OEM
alaScore 87

13 reviews

Dec, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Intel 310 Series 80GB mSATA mSATA (mini PCIe form factor) MLC Enterprise Solid State Disk SSDMAEMC080G2C1 - OEM. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.5/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Intel 310 Series 80GB mSATA mSATA (mini PCIe form factor) MLC Enterprise Solid State Disk SSDMAEMC080G2C1 - OEM is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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mSata review with x220


If you are considering a mSata to pair with the mechanical internal hard drive, you should not hesitate to make this purchase.

Overall, the mSata has been a great upgrade for my ThinkPad x220. It is definitely faster than the HDD and loads Windows and applications very quickly, which is the reason why I made the purchase. I haven't had any installation (which was easy) or...

I chose the Intel 80GB version because I read that it was reliable. However, I wish I had about 40 GB more to play with. I still have 19GB available after installing Win 7 and apps, but I always would like more space if possible

Dec, 2011

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Intel 310 series 80 gb SSD


Totally worth the initial cost. Saves me so much time waiting for boot-up/loading programs like matlab.

Incredibly small physical size for the storage space ; Reasonably priced80 gb is sweet spot for me-large enough to install Windows 7 pro 64-bit and necessary programs (Matlab, Mathematica, Maple, Finale) and still have head room for future programs ;...

Cost can still be expensive for some ; Not as fast as non mSATA SSD

Sep, 2011

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MiniPCIe != mSATA


Why on the green earth did we take a "standard" and then make it do something completely different? Argh.

I am sure for the small handfull of laptops that support mSATA this is a grea SSD ; Also, if you have a Z68 based intel motherboard then you could possible use this as a cache for your drives if you are willing to install and use the intel Rapid...

For everyone (the majority of people) who have just a normal mini PCIe slot, this product will not work

Sep, 2011

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This drive rocks. Installed it into an Acer W500 tablet which came with a 32GB SSD. This drive allows me to dual boot with Windows 7 and Windows 8 Developer Preview

Nothing so far. This drive is fast

Sep, 2011

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Fabulous in my T420s


I put all of my "Program" files on this drive and "User" files on my conventional drive. Now, after several months of use, this drive has about 30GB free, even with a 6GB hiberfil and 8 GB pagfile

This is my boot drive for my Thinkpad T420s. Reduced boot from 45 sec to about 16 sec on Win7 Pro. Very snappy performance. If you have a Thinkpad that supports this drive, highly recommended

None so far

Sep, 2011

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Great little SSD


Installed in a Lenovo X220t. Boot time cold was 28 seconds. Now 9 seconds. I'm happy.

Incredibly small, and decent speed despite size. Installs and works without a hitch

Capacity and price. Capacity could be higher, and price could always be lower

Aug, 2011

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M4500 works


works perfectly on my Dell Precision M4500

set to AHCI in bios

Mar, 2011

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Used in Asus EP121 Tablet


Able to upgrade a Asus EP121 with a 32 GB SSD to 80 GB in 15 minutes or less.

Works great. Direct drop-in and easy to install

Any HD or SSD is never big enough. :)

Mar, 2011

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Intel 310 Series (Soda Creek) SSDMAEMC080G2C1 mSATA 80GB mSATA (mini PCIe form factor) MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) - OEM


Does what it says. Works perfectly with my Dell 6500


Feb, 2011

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Final Review


To all M4500 owners: if you can't afford a 256GB 2.5" SSD. This is the ultimate solution, you get blazing fast boot up, launching apps, etc. and a large storage for files by using your stock HDD. And it's a heck cheaper than the Sammy 64GB mini card...

I was the one who wrote the "Preliminary Review" on this SSD. Now that I got it all set up, I am writing the final review. First off, the screw size I ordered was not the right size. The correct size is #1-72 @ 3/16" Length. You can easily order it...

The reason why it didn't get 5 stars is because it's not as fast as other 2.5" SSD drives that's out there that does 220MB/sec write

Feb, 2011