Intel 320 Series 300GB SSD Review

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Intel Solid-State Drive 320 Series (300GB) Review

Load Times


Benchmark Results


Benchmark Results

In our final real world tests for this review we look at the load times achieved by the drives in two common scenarios, the first is the time taken to boot to a responsive Windows 7 desktop. For this the time recorded is from the "Windows Starting" screen appearing to the stage when out pointer becomes active on the desktop. The second test is the time taken from launching Crysis to completion of loading a save game.

Once again there is no clear winner in this set of tests, both SSDs offer great performance which is well above the mechanical drive with each edging out the other by a second depending on the scenario.

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