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SanDisk Extreme II 120GB RAID 0 SSD Report - SanDisk Extreme II 120GB SSD

SanDisk Extreme II 120GB RAID 0 SSD Report

Two or more of SanDisk's Extreme II Hyper-Class 120GB SSD's and your Intel based motherboard is a cost effective way to experience RAID 0 bliss. Think of it as SLI for your storage. (NASDAQ:SNDK)

| RAID in Storage | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

SanDisk Extreme II 120GB


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The SanDisk Extreme II comes packaged in a small attractive box that has a picture of the drive on the front. The box is black and red with gold, red and white lettering. The drives capacity is listed, along with a few attributes common to SSD's.


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The rear of the box informs us the drive ships with a spacer and gives us the definition of a gigabyte in 10 languages. A yellow logo informs us that the Extreme II is backed by an industry leading five year warranty.


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SanDisk includes a stick-on plastic spacer for increasing the drives overall thickness, as well as a printed installation guide.


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The top of the Extreme II's enclosure is formed from a single piece of black plastic. Centered on the top face of the drive is a black manufacturer's sticker with red and white lettering.


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The bottom and sides of the Extreme II's enclosure are formed from a single piece of stamped aluminum painted black. Centered on the rear face of the enclosure is a manufacturer's sticker that lists the drives part number, serial number, capacity and interface.


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Here's what SanDisk's Extreme II 120GB SSD looks like completely disassembled. The FSP (Flash Storage Processor), DRAM module and NAND chips all make contact with a thermal pad thereby dissipating heat generated into the aluminum half of the enclosure.

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