|Item model number||SSDPEDMW012T4R5|
|Item Weight||4.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.76 x 3.98 x 0.59 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.76 x 3.98 x 0.59 inches|
|Flash Memory Size||1.2|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||February 10, 2015|
Intel SSD 750 Series PCIe AIC 1.2TB Internal SSD SSDPEDMW012T4R5
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Digital Storage Capacity||1200 GB|
|Hardware Interface||PCIE x 4|
|Read Speed||2400 Megabytes Per Second|
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- Random 4K Read: up to 440,000IPOS
- Random 4K Write: up to 290,000IPOS
- Sequential Read: up to 2,400MB/s
- Sequential Write: up to 1,200MB/s
- 5-Year Limited Warranty
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The Intel Solid State Drive (SSD) 750 Series is Intel's latest SSD for the high performance client and workstation storage market. Intel SSD 750 Series delivers the future of storage today with Intel's first PCIe based consumer SSD, combining four lanes of PCIe 3.0 with state-of-the-art NMV Express (NVMe) interface for truly amazing performance.
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Edit Add On: Sometimes a slower boot is good. With a boot time that is too fast, wireless network does not have enough time to connect and any network mapped drives will not connect in time. I let my pc sit a few seconds at the logon screen to give it time to connect to the network.
The steps I had to go thru to get it to finally recognize the drive was:
1. Boot from the DVD in UEFI mode.
2. Install the 750 drivers when asked.
3. remove the driver CD and insert the Windows 7 DVD
4. Click on refresh, the error should go away (where it wasn't recognizing the drive)
5. Create the partitions
I also noticed that if it creates partitions, and you have to try again, it's best to delete all partitions before trying to create the primary partition again. The key in the steps above is to make sure and click on refresh to get the error to go away.
Cons: The difficulty of getting Windows 7 to load as a bootable drive. Cost.
Despite the cons, I rated it 5 stars, this drive is incredibly fast. I can click on the Photoshop icon and it's ready to start using one second later.
I haven't had the drive long, I'll try to update this review as I start using the system more.
UPDATE: 3/26/2018 - I'm having to reduce my star rating severly. While the drive continues to work great, now under Windows 10, there is a major issue, apparently with all NVME drives that you must be aware about. Microsoft is putting out updates which will not install if you have an NVME drive. The major "creator updates", won't install. During the reboot and do more work portion of the update, I get a blue screen error message it can't find my drive and won't boot. I can repower the computer, and it boots right up, but it didn't install the update. So now my OS is way behind in updates, and Microsoft is sending threatening msgs to me, if I don't update (something bad I can't remember now). It looks like there are two options. I can clone my 750SSD onto a normal hard drive, do the update, then clone the updated drive back to the 750 SSD, or I can just reinstall the OS, and start fresh and have to reload all my programs and data! What a huge pain. Microsoft doesn't seem to care about fixing this issue. Until this issue is fixed, I can't recommend people buy this drive. I will update this review when I see this issue has been fixed. Is it a Microsoft problem? A motherboard issue? I contacted MSI about this issue, and they said to do a fresh install of the OS! So every time they have an update, I need to reinstall the OS? That's totally unacceptable.
I had the drive installed and cannot comment on installation procedure.
The drive is very fast and has more storage than I can ever use.
Recommend provided the buyer is willing to endure some unusual Microsoft and computer challenges.
I've had this SSD for over four years now and it still runs as fast as it did the day that I purchased it. I do light workloads, and heavy gaming and the resource meter shows no degradation over the last four and a half years. A+++ product!