• SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
  • SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
  • SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
  • SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
  • SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)
SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)

SanDisk Ultra II 960GB Solid State Drive (SDSSDHII-960G-G25)

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  • Storage Capacity: 960GB Solid State Drive.
  • Form Factor: 2.5 inch SATA SSD.
  • Interface: SATA Revision 3.0 (6 Gb/S).
  • Seq. Read (up to): 550 MB/s.
  • Seq. Write (Up to): 500 MB/s.

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Best thing to happen to my computer! Best thing to happen to my computer, ever! I put this in a late 2011 17 inch MacBook Pro, it is like a whole new machine. I used to get spinning beachball of death and the fans would run full blast all the time. I barely got 1 hour out of the battery. After putting this drive in (a quick and easy process even for the non-technical) everything is so much improved. Programs open fast, no more SBBD and the fans barely run (ok I cleaned some fur out of the fans when I installed the new harddrive, but still, I am down to almost no fan use at all). The best part of all, my battery now lasts over 3 hours again. The next time I see this drive on sale I might get one for my mini even though it is working fine and isn't battery powered! 5Failed days out out 3 year warranty This SSD worked well for its 3 year warranty period (under Windows 7, partitioned into system and user partitions). However, it started failing days after the warranty has expired. Symptoms are a complete system lockup while an automated backup to a local external drive is running. I narrowed it down to specific files that cannot be read from disk without locking the system up.Windows Disk Checking aka chkdsk causes the same problem while running on the user partition - complete lockup requiring a hard reset.SanDisk Dashboard does not detect any issues (though it does not seem to have much diagnostics built into it.)The only recourse appears to be to clone good portions of the drive, carefully avoiding files that cause lockups, then put the failing drive in an external enclosure and diagnose/clone/copy it using specialized tools.Very disappointed, will avoid SandDisk products from now on. 1Dead after 3 years; days out of warranty I should have seen the writing on the wall when the drive stopped showing up in the BIOS occasionally, requiring multiple reboots to appear again. I should have decommissioned this drive months ago.But I didn't, and now it's dead. Mere days after the warranty expired. No amount of rebooting brings it back, and it's not detected in any of the other machines I have, nor does it work with any of my USB3 SATA docks.I've got recent backups of the data, so that's not the problem I see here. It's just the principle of the matter; I've got half a dozen Samsung 840 Pro and Evo drives still working well even after over 5 years of 24/7 use as primary system drives. This drive was only used for bulk storage, and it couldn't even manage that.Even if it wasn't out of warranty, I wouldn't trust my data to a replacement drive just to have it fail in a few years. Under no circumstances will I ever purchase a Sandisk drive in the future. 1I'm so glad I did I was about to give up on my early 2011 17" Mac Book Pro when I saw how low the price of these has come. I thought I'd swap out the 750 gig drive for this before buying a newer faster laptop with an unwanted smaller screen. I'm so glad I did! My 5 GB Daylite database flys open now, likewise with Mail, iPhoto, iTunes and more. Boot time is scarey fast, and I cannot tell that StopLight is indexing the new drive! That's what almost sent this laptop out the window, Stoplight would bring it to its knees whenever it wanted to reindex the drive. I had to find a cure for that, and this drive was my last chance hope before a costly move to a newer smaller (unwanted) screen to 'fix' the speed issue Stoplight was causing.This is tremendous in what its done, even while Stoplight is running! It has saved me from a very costly (in dollars and comfort) computer change, provided more room (now ALL My photos and music will fit!), and an unbelievable increase in performance.Oh, I also went from 4 to 16GB of RAM since I had it open, but I don't believe that provided much performance boost, not like this drive. Before you shell out for a new laptop, give this a try! 500 GB SSD was easy and I used gParted to quick format it using ... I got this today. I own a Sager NP8657 [Clevo P650-RE3] gaming laptop and I use Ubuntu 14.04.4 64 bit LTS GNU/Linux. It can utilize two M.2 2280 PCI-e Generation 3 x4 NVMe SSDs or two 2.5" 7.00 mm HDDs / SSDs or one 2.5" 9.50 mm HDD. I own a Crucial MX100 SATA-III 6 GB/s 256 GB/s SSD as the primary operating system drive and it is fully encrypted. Installing this SanDisk Ultra II SATA-III 6 GB/s 960.00 GB SSD was easy and I used gParted to quick format it using GPT partitioning and the Linux EXT4 file system. Within seconds, it was done and I launched the terminal to sudo chown and chmod the ownership and file permission so that I have full access to my Ultra II. I restored my SteamOS + GNU/Linux PC game titles from my Transcend StoreJet USB 3.0 2 TB MIL-STD encrypted portable hard disk drive and I copied my VMWare Workstation 12 Pro guest virtual machines. This is one of the faster TLC NAND FLASH SSDs that I have used thus far and it is utterly reliable. The price fluctuates a few times per day, but this is a great value orientated SSD at this time. The speed and performance over a conventional mechanical hard disk drive are impressive. Highly recommended if you have a compatible PC and the money. 5It's really that easy. If the new disk is smaller than the ... Works pefectly so far. What else can you say?Tip for Windows users - as others have noted use EaseUS Todo Backup Free. It was the easiest thing I could find to copy my old SSD to this new, larger one. As long as you are going the same size or larger it's a piece of cake - just use disk-to-disk. It required no boot disk to do the copy (though it will make one for emergencies if you want) and you can actually copy the disk you are currently running on, then just shut down and swap the disks and boot back up. It's really that easy. If the new disk is smaller than the old partition you want to put on it but the amount of data would fit, then try doing a backup of the old partition and then restore it to the new disk. The backup partition it creates will only be as large as the data itself (it doesn't back up empty sectors) so that should work. 5SanDisk hits another home run - WOW! SanDisk hits another home run with their Ultra II 960GB SATA III 2.5-Inch SSD hard drive. After minimal research, I quickly learned that SATA III is backwards compatible with SATA II technology so I placed my order. Upon receipt, I cloned my existing Western Digital 640GB 4500 RPM drive with the new SanDisk Ultra II 960GB SATA III 2.5-Inch SSD utilizing Amazon s (iDsonix USB 3.0 Dual Bay 2.5-Inch and 3.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Docking Station (IDD-U3201-1). After the painless and successful clone operation, I installed this new SanDisk Ultra II SATA III SDD drive into my 5-year-old ASUS U53JC-A1 Bamboo 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-450M Dual-Core 4GB RAM Notebook Computer. The machine s Boot Time was dramatically reduced from 1-minute 37 seconds to 18 seconds. WOW! Simply put; I m absolutely blown away! Programs access, email access, Internet access performance is simply incredible. The battery on my ASUS lasts much longer now, now that there is no more a spinning hard disk drive. Older laptop users can easily swap out their older 2 -inch 5400 RPM spinning drives and upgrade to this modern technology. Simply put; the best upgrade option any laptop / Notebook owner can consider. I chose SanDisk because they are REPUTABLE and offer top-shelf products at a FAIR market Price. Isn t that what you re looking for, after all? Performance, product name recognition of a company that Stands Behind Their Products for a REASONABLE Price. SanDisk s Ultra II 960GB SATA III 2.5-Inch SSD hard drive fits that very description. Buy with confidence! 5Best SSD out there at this price! This is a very fast SSD. If you look at online reviews, this drive is penalized in synthetic tests, due to relying on a fast 8GB SLC cache to obtain fast speed. During synthetic testing, the drive slows down somewhat when the 8GB cache fills up. However even the "slower" speed is still fast, this drive works great in "real-life" use. I replaced a Samsung 830, and this is much faster. Previously, I have only ever used Intel, Samsung, or Crucial SSDs, but I'm adding SanDisk to the list. After using it a few months I bought another one for my son, and he loves it as well. it comes with a spacer to allow it to work with older laptops.Supposedly this comes with cloning software, but I did not try it - I used Acronis and Clonezilla. With a fresh Windows 10 my computer starts up and shuts down in seconds.Update: May 2017 - SSD still running strong - no issues and no slow downs after 1.5 years. I bought another one a few months after this one, and that one has also been great. 5Dead after 20 minutes - Sandisk Customer Service Non-Responsive I bought the 960GB version of the Sandisk Ultra II to expand the space on my computer. The machine already has an SSD this should have been faster and better in every way. This drive worked for about 20 minutes before it stopped showing up in my desktop. I then tried installing it in my laptop and using a SATA to USB adapter. I verified that my other SSD worked in both of those situations before leaving this review. This drive is dead as a doornail.Since I was slowly building up my PC and waited quite a while before installing the drive, I have to RMA it through Sandisk directly which is a pain. I wish I could just return this drive to Amazon and never touch a Sandisk product again. Even though it's a little bit more, I should have gotten the 1TB Samsung EVO instead. 1A nice upgrade for a fast and large primary drive! I build computers for myself and friends they are usually very high end machines or servers. I use SSD drives in the high end ones and I own about 12 different SSD drives. My monster machine that I use all the time had a 480 GIG drive in it and I wanted more space so I picked up a 960 GIG SSD by SanDisk. This drive does not come with any mounting hardware meaning screws, brackets for a 2.5 inch drive, SATA cable or a power cable but since I was replacing an existing SSD I had everything I needed.I used an external docking station using an USB cable and I downloaded the 480 GIG drive backup from my server and loaded it onto the new 960 GIG drive.I then swapped the drives and installed the new one in my slot for the primary drive. When I booted my computer it immediately recognized the new drive as the C Drive and it told me that I had to restart Windows 10 for the changes to take effect. You should note that Windows changed the drive letter to C.Unless you need the old drive you took out right away I always keep it as long as possible as a backup of my working operating system. If something should happen you now have a recovery disk to get back into operation and you may have to install a few updates but you don't lose everything including possibly the OEM license to your operating system. If you don't need the drive and have room in your tower computer (If that is where you installed this new one) I sometimes leave the old drive in place and make sure that the wires are run to it but not connected so it does not wear out. (Especially if it is a standard mechanical drive) Now you know where it is and if the primary drive fails then remove the PC computer's power and unplug the failed drive and plug in the archived one and you are back in business.So far I am happy with the new drive as it is as fast as my old SSD and I didn't lose any performance but I picked up an additional 480 GIG of storage space and a little more breathing room on the boot drive. I ran benchmarking speed tests on the drive and they were very good. I had write speeds of up to 464.823MB/s and read speeds of up to 530.242 MB/s.I hope this has been helpful to you and enjoy your new SSD Drive. I like this product and I give it 5 stars and I recommend it to you. 5
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Best thing to happen to my computer! Best thing to happen to my computer, ever! I put this in a late 2011 17 inch MacBook Pro, it is like a whole new machine. I used to get spinning beachball of death and the fans would run full blast all the time. I barely got 1 hour out of the battery. After putting this drive in (a quick and easy process even for the non-technical) everything is so much improved. Programs open fast, no more SBBD and the fans barely run (ok I cleaned some fur out of the fans when I installed the new harddrive, but still, I am down to almost no fan use at all). The best part of all, my battery now lasts over 3 hours again. The next time I see this drive on sale I might get one for my mini even though it is working fine and isn't battery powered! 5Failed days out out 3 year warranty This SSD worked well for its 3 year warranty period (under Windows 7, partitioned into system and user partitions). However, it started failing days after the warranty has expired. Symptoms are a complete system lockup while an automated backup to a local external drive is running. I narrowed it down to specific files that cannot be read from disk without locking the system up.Windows Disk Checking aka chkdsk causes the same problem while running on the user partition - complete lockup requiring a hard reset.SanDisk Dashboard does not detect any issues (though it does not seem to have much diagnostics built into it.)The only recourse appears to be to clone good portions of the drive, carefully avoiding files that cause lockups, then put the failing drive in an external enclosure and diagnose/clone/copy it using specialized tools.Very disappointed, will avoid SandDisk products from now on. 1Dead after 3 years; days out of warranty I should have seen the writing on the wall when the drive stopped showing up in the BIOS occasionally, requiring multiple reboots to appear again. I should have decommissioned this drive months ago.But I didn't, and now it's dead. Mere days after the warranty expired. No amount of rebooting brings it back, and it's not detected in any of the other machines I have, nor does it work with any of my USB3 SATA docks.I've got recent backups of the data, so that's not the problem I see here. It's just the principle of the matter; I've got half a dozen Samsung 840 Pro and Evo drives still working well even after over 5 years of 24/7 use as primary system drives. This drive was only used for bulk storage, and it couldn't even manage that.Even if it wasn't out of warranty, I wouldn't trust my data to a replacement drive just to have it fail in a few years. Under no circumstances will I ever purchase a Sandisk drive in the future. 1I'm so glad I did I was about to give up on my early 2011 17" Mac Book Pro when I saw how low the price of these has come. I thought I'd swap out the 750 gig drive for this before buying a newer faster laptop with an unwanted smaller screen. I'm so glad I did! My 5 GB Daylite database flys open now, likewise with Mail, iPhoto, iTunes and more. Boot time is scarey fast, and I cannot tell that StopLight is indexing the new drive! That's what almost sent this laptop out the window, Stoplight would bring it to its knees whenever it wanted to reindex the drive. I had to find a cure for that, and this drive was my last chance hope before a costly move to a newer smaller (unwanted) screen to 'fix' the speed issue Stoplight was causing.This is tremendous in what its done, even while Stoplight is running! It has saved me from a very costly (in dollars and comfort) computer change, provided more room (now ALL My photos and music will fit!), and an unbelievable increase in performance.Oh, I also went from 4 to 16GB of RAM since I had it open, but I don't believe that provided much performance boost, not like this drive. Before you shell out for a new laptop, give this a try! 500 GB SSD was easy and I used gParted to quick format it using ... I got this today. I own a Sager NP8657 [Clevo P650-RE3] gaming laptop and I use Ubuntu 14.04.4 64 bit LTS GNU/Linux. It can utilize two M.2 2280 PCI-e Generation 3 x4 NVMe SSDs or two 2.5" 7.00 mm HDDs / SSDs or one 2.5" 9.50 mm HDD. I own a Crucial MX100 SATA-III 6 GB/s 256 GB/s SSD as the primary operating system drive and it is fully encrypted. Installing this SanDisk Ultra II SATA-III 6 GB/s 960.00 GB SSD was easy and I used gParted to quick format it using GPT partitioning and the Linux EXT4 file system. Within seconds, it was done and I launched the terminal to sudo chown and chmod the ownership and file permission so that I have full access to my Ultra II. I restored my SteamOS + GNU/Linux PC game titles from my Transcend StoreJet USB 3.0 2 TB MIL-STD encrypted portable hard disk drive and I copied my VMWare Workstation 12 Pro guest virtual machines. This is one of the faster TLC NAND FLASH SSDs that I have used thus far and it is utterly reliable. The price fluctuates a few times per day, but this is a great value orientated SSD at this time. The speed and performance over a conventional mechanical hard disk drive are impressive. Highly recommended if you have a compatible PC and the money. 5It's really that easy. If the new disk is smaller than the ... Works pefectly so far. What else can you say?Tip for Windows users - as others have noted use EaseUS Todo Backup Free. It was the easiest thing I could find to copy my old SSD to this new, larger one. As long as you are going the same size or larger it's a piece of cake - just use disk-to-disk. It required no boot disk to do the copy (though it will make one for emergencies if you want) and you can actually copy the disk you are currently running on, then just shut down and swap the disks and boot back up. It's really that easy. If the new disk is smaller than the old partition you want to put on it but the amount of data would fit, then try doing a backup of the old partition and then restore it to the new disk. The backup partition it creates will only be as large as the data itself (it doesn't back up empty sectors) so that should work. 5SanDisk hits another home run - WOW! SanDisk hits another home run with their Ultra II 960GB SATA III 2.5-Inch SSD hard drive. After minimal research, I quickly learned that SATA III is backwards compatible with SATA II technology so I placed my order. Upon receipt, I cloned my existing Western Digital 640GB 4500 RPM drive with the new SanDisk Ultra II 960GB SATA III 2.5-Inch SSD utilizing Amazon s (iDsonix USB 3.0 Dual Bay 2.5-Inch and 3.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Docking Station (IDD-U3201-1). After the painless and successful clone operation, I installed this new SanDisk Ultra II SATA III SDD drive into my 5-year-old ASUS U53JC-A1 Bamboo 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-450M Dual-Core 4GB RAM Notebook Computer. The machine s Boot Time was dramatically reduced from 1-minute 37 seconds to 18 seconds. WOW! Simply put; I m absolutely blown away! Programs access, email access, Internet access performance is simply incredible. The battery on my ASUS lasts much longer now, now that there is no more a spinning hard disk drive. Older laptop users can easily swap out their older 2 -inch 5400 RPM spinning drives and upgrade to this modern technology. Simply put; the best upgrade option any laptop / Notebook owner can consider. I chose SanDisk because they are REPUTABLE and offer top-shelf products at a FAIR market Price. Isn t that what you re looking for, after all? Performance, product name recognition of a company that Stands Behind Their Products for a REASONABLE Price. SanDisk s Ultra II 960GB SATA III 2.5-Inch SSD hard drive fits that very description. Buy with confidence! 5Best SSD out there at this price! This is a very fast SSD. If you look at online reviews, this drive is penalized in synthetic tests, due to relying on a fast 8GB SLC cache to obtain fast speed. During synthetic testing, the drive slows down somewhat when the 8GB cache fills up. However even the "slower" speed is still fast, this drive works great in "real-life" use. I replaced a Samsung 830, and this is much faster. Previously, I have only ever used Intel, Samsung, or Crucial SSDs, but I'm adding SanDisk to the list. After using it a few months I bought another one for my son, and he loves it as well. it comes with a spacer to allow it to work with older laptops.Supposedly this comes with cloning software, but I did not try it - I used Acronis and Clonezilla. With a fresh Windows 10 my computer starts up and shuts down in seconds.Update: May 2017 - SSD still running strong - no issues and no slow downs after 1.5 years. I bought another one a few months after this one, and that one has also been great. 5Dead after 20 minutes - Sandisk Customer Service Non-Responsive I bought the 960GB version of the Sandisk Ultra II to expand the space on my computer. The machine already has an SSD this should have been faster and better in every way. This drive worked for about 20 minutes before it stopped showing up in my desktop. I then tried installing it in my laptop and using a SATA to USB adapter. I verified that my other SSD worked in both of those situations before leaving this review. This drive is dead as a doornail.Since I was slowly building up my PC and waited quite a while before installing the drive, I have to RMA it through Sandisk directly which is a pain. I wish I could just return this drive to Amazon and never touch a Sandisk product again. Even though it's a little bit more, I should have gotten the 1TB Samsung EVO instead. 1A nice upgrade for a fast and large primary drive! I build computers for myself and friends they are usually very high end machines or servers. I use SSD drives in the high end ones and I own about 12 different SSD drives. My monster machine that I use all the time had a 480 GIG drive in it and I wanted more space so I picked up a 960 GIG SSD by SanDisk. This drive does not come with any mounting hardware meaning screws, brackets for a 2.5 inch drive, SATA cable or a power cable but since I was replacing an existing SSD I had everything I needed.I used an external docking station using an USB cable and I downloaded the 480 GIG drive backup from my server and loaded it onto the new 960 GIG drive.I then swapped the drives and installed the new one in my slot for the primary drive. When I booted my computer it immediately recognized the new drive as the C Drive and it told me that I had to restart Windows 10 for the changes to take effect. You should note that Windows changed the drive letter to C.Unless you need the old drive you took out right away I always keep it as long as possible as a backup of my working operating system. If something should happen you now have a recovery disk to get back into operation and you may have to install a few updates but you don't lose everything including possibly the OEM license to your operating system. If you don't need the drive and have room in your tower computer (If that is where you installed this new one) I sometimes leave the old drive in place and make sure that the wires are run to it but not connected so it does not wear out. (Especially if it is a standard mechanical drive) Now you know where it is and if the primary drive fails then remove the PC computer's power and unplug the failed drive and plug in the archived one and you are back in business.So far I am happy with the new drive as it is as fast as my old SSD and I didn't lose any performance but I picked up an additional 480 GIG of storage space and a little more breathing room on the boot drive. I ran benchmarking speed tests on the drive and they were very good. I had write speeds of up to 464.823MB/s and read speeds of up to 530.242 MB/s.I hope this has been helpful to you and enjoy your new SSD Drive. I like this product and I give it 5 stars and I recommend it to you. 5
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