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SanDisk Extreme 64 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive up to 190 MB/s SDCZ80-064G-X46
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Well, the results were great! At least for Sandisk... lol.
Using ATTO Bench32, the results were thus on the largest segments:
PNY Turbo USB 3.0 64GB:
Read: 101487 MB/sec
Write: 73644 MB/sec
Sandisk Extreme USB 3.0 64GB:
Read: 204133 MB/sec
Write: 175448 MB/sec
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD:
Read: 540474 MB/sec
Write: 465831 MB/sec
See attached picture for more complete results.
1. Plug in your drive to the USB3 or USB2 port (do not listen to other people, who are telling you that the USB3 drives will not work on USB2 ports).
2. If your flash drive is recognized by your computer, go to the next step. If not, there is a chance that you got a defective drive. Though sometimes Windows just cannot assign a letter to your flash drive on some reasons (you have connected a lot of network drives, the flash drive is not formatted in FAT/FAT32 or NTFS, etc.).
3. Copy all files from the flash drive to your hard drive (just in case if you need them in the future).
4. In Windows Explorer right click on the flash drive and select "Format" (make sure that "Quick Format" option is selected).
5. Click Start. It takes 5-10 sec to format your flash drive.
6. In Windows Explorer right click on the flash drive and select Properties - Tools - Check now ...
7. Make sure that both Check disk options are selected ("Automatically fix file system error" and "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors").
8. Click Start. It takes a couple of minutes (on USB2 ports).
9. Check the results of your scan. If there are no errors/bad sectors, you are good to go.
Now about this flash drive. It does not feel cheap for me. I like the extractable USB connector (but actually it is a matter of taste). I quickly tested my flash drive on USB2 and USB3 computers and got the following results (the flash drive was formatted in NTFS) for the 2GB wmv file.Read more ›
USB 3.0 throughput is fast as promised... REALLY fast.
For general file storage, this drive is fantastic and worth every penny.
Has a lanyard hole large enough for a keychain.
Slick retractaing mechanism eliminates need for a cap.
Mounts as a "fixed" drive, rather than a "removable" drive.
Boot sector is not accessible, and you CANNOT configure this as a bootable device (which was the primary reason I bought it).
I am returning mine and will exchange for a different brand which follows standard USB drive configurations.
This is Rocky from SanDisk Support. Thank you for your feedback. We look forward to hearing from you again. Windows 8 Certification requires flash drive manufacturers to configure flash drives as fixed disks. Flash drives configured as fixed disk will show up in Windows Explorer as 'Hard Disk Drives'. Flash drives configured as fixed disks still function the same as those configured as removable disks. This is a requirement of the Windows 8 certification and cannot be undone using any software. We are continuing development of features for our products.
Now that you have already returned the player, please provide us an opportunity to help the next time you buy any SanDisk product.
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Sadly the drive is fast but completely useless due to Sandisk arrogance in thinking everyone is going to upgrade to Win 8. Maybe they need to be reminded of the backlash of Win8 and why 8.1 was released!
Sending it back going with Adata instead.
This is Rocky from SanDisk Support. Earlier, flash drives have been configured as removable disks and Windows Explorer displays them as 'Removable Media'. However, Windows 8 Certification requires flash drive manufacturers to configure flash drives as fixed disks. Flash drives configured as fixed disk will show up in Windows Explorer as 'Hard Disk Drives'. Flash drives configured as fixed disks still function the same as those configured as removable disks. This is a requirement of the Windows 8 certification and was mandatory for flash drive to be fixed disk to be windows 8 certified. This is a hardware change and cannot be undone using any software.
For further assistance, please contact SanDisk support at 1-866-SANDISK or submit a support request at www.sandisk.com/support.
I submitted my problem to SanDisk support and after a few days of exchanging emails the unit is on its way back to SanDisk for replacement. SanDisk paid for return shipping.
SanDisk has verified the problem and the replacement is 'in the mail'.
After I have used the replacement for a while I will update the main text of this review.
I GIVE UP! The replacement unit worked exactly one time. The second time I attempted to use it it didn't work--It wasn't seen by my iMac and after a few seconds the unit was warmer than normal so I believe it has shorted out internally. The 3.0 USB port on my iMac is still fine as I use it regularly with other 3.0 devices without a problem. It also fails on USB 2.0 ports. The blue activity light comes on for approximately one second and then goes out. The computer(s) never see the device as being connected.
I used this several times as a portable USB 3.0 drive to transfer files between locations. Had I written this review before today I would have given it 5 stars. It worked very well, high speed, and never a glitch---until today.
I have two Mac computers with USB 3.0 and a windows box with USB 3.0. If I connect the Extreme to either of the Macs or the PC it isn't even seen, i.e. is is exactly as if nothing is connected. If I connect it to the exact same port(s) with a USB 2.0 A to B extender (1' long) in place between the flash and the Mac USB 3.0 port the flash will mount and runs as normal--at USB 2.0 speeds. On the PC there is one small difference--it knows it should be a USB 3.0 device and advises me to use a USB 3.0 port for higher speed. Removing the extender or plugging it directly into a USB 3.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
perfection. super fast, id definitely recommend, but you can go for newer models tooPublished 3 months ago by Karim
For a time, it was essentially the fastest USB 3.0 thumb stick. Now, some flash drives has legit SSD controllers which this device can't compete with. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David
Best USB drive IMO. Others start fast, but their speeds drop when doing large file transfersPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer