SanDisk Extreme PRO SSD 

Released June, 2014
  • 960 GB
  • 2.5" SATA III
  • 24 MB
6.6 Out of 10

As Anand said in the Extreme II review, SanDisk has picked an excellent balance of IO consistency and peak performance, resulting in high performance regardless of the workload.
by Kristian-Vättö (Jun, 2014)
Out of the high performance SSDs, the Extreme Pro is definitely the most power efficient because it supports DevSLP and slumber states, yet the load power consumption is very low too.
by Kristian-Vättö (Jun, 2014)

SSDBoss Review Our evaluation of the SanDisk Extreme PRO SSD

read performance

How quickly data is read from the drive

Extreme PRO SSD
6.3
840 EVO
6.6
HyperX 3K
5.9
4K Random Read, 4K Random Read Access Time and 512K Sequential Read

write performance

How quickly data is written to the drive

Extreme PRO SSD
6.7
840 EVO
6.9
HyperX 3K
6.9
4K Random Write, 4K Random Write Access Time and 512K Sequential Write

real world benchmarks

How well the drive performs common tasks

Extreme PRO SSD
7.4
840 EVO
7.9
HyperX 3K
7.8
Windows 7 Boot-up Time, Photoshop Lens Filter and AS SSD ISO Copy

Benchmarks

How well the drive performs on common benchmarks

Extreme PRO SSD
6.5
840 EVO
6.7
HyperX 3K
6.4
PCMark Vantage and AS SSD Score

6.6

SSDBoss Score

read performance, write performance, real world benchmarks and Benchmarks

Extreme PRO SSD
6.6
840 EVO
6.9
HyperX 3K
6.6

Benchmarks Real world tests of the SanDisk Extreme PRO SSD

4K Random Read

Extreme PRO SSD
233.53 MB/s
HyperX 3K
128.52 MB/s
840 EVO
318.8 MB/s

4K Random Write

Extreme PRO SSD
90.93 MB/s
MX300
44.94 MB/s
HyperX 3K
109.63 MB/s

Windows 7 Boot-up Time

Extreme PRO SSD
13.5 s
840 EVO
9.3 s
HyperX 3K
9.7 s

Avg. Power Consumption

Extreme PRO SSD
2.34 Watts
HyperX 3K
2.99 Watts
MX300
1.92 Watts

4K Random Read Access Time

Extreme PRO SSD
2.75 ms
MX300
5.56 ms
HyperX 3K
2.28 ms

4K Random Write Access Time

Extreme PRO SSD
1.07 ms
HyperX 3K
1.94 ms
840 EVO
0.78 ms

In The News From around the web

It appears SanDisk is betting that its target users will either replace the drive within a few years or the endurance limit will be hit after the warranty runs out, meaning that the 10-year warranty may not actually add any concrete value to the end-user.
Right now there are no high performance client SSDs with proper encryption support, and I think that's a niche SanDisk should have taken onboard.
3
Jun

Computex 2014: SanDisk Announces Extreme Pro SSD

by Kristian Vättö |
www.anandtech.com
SanDisk is targeting the enthusiast and professional crowd with the drive by promising the most consistent performance in a consumer-class SSD along with an industry-leading warranty of 10 years!

Specifications Full list of technical specs

storage

Capacity 960 GB
Cache 24 MB
Interface SATA III
Interface speed 6 Gbit/s
Controller Marvell 88SS9187
Memory type MLC

form factor

Form factor 2.5"
Thickness 7 mm
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