The 330 range of Intel SSD is one of Intel’s new generation SSD that uses flash controllers made by SandForce instead of the ones by Intel.
And here’s the result of the test using CrystalDiskMark.
Other reference result : TechPowerUp.
For more details of the drive, please visit the official product page.
The package comes with
– 3.5 inch adapter bracket and screw
– SATA cable
– molex to SATA power converter
– a sticker.
The 180GB version comes at about RM 440, which is pretty good value for money. Bear in mind, a typical 60GB SSD costs about RM 230 so that’s getting 3x the space for less than 2x the price. Furthermore, Intel is best known for reliability among the many brands producing SSD.