SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write, Black

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SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write, Black
SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write, Black



  • Ultra‐fast: sequential read speeds of up to 560MB/s; sequential write speeds of up to 530MB/s
  • Faster boot‐up and shutdown
  • Faster app load and response times
  • Greater drive endurance and reliability, and lower power usage with new 3D NAND technology
  • nCache 2.0 technology delivers blazing‐fast speeds
  • Shock‐resistant to help keep your data safe—even if you drop your computer

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Specification: SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write, Black



Product Dimensions

‎0.71 x 10.06 x 6.99 cm, 0.53 Grams

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RAM Size

‎1 TB

Hard Drive Size

‎1000 GB

Hard Disk Description

‎Solid State Drive

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Item Weight

‎0.53 g

Reviews (6)

6 reviews for SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write, Black

3.8 out of 5
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  1. David Evans

    The new SSD works fine so far in an old Asus Bamboo laptop that took 25 minutes to fully start up. It now takes less than a minute and everything is super responsive.
    I used Acronis disk image to clone the old drive onto a 500gb USB drive which worked without a hicup. The laptop could only boot from a CD drive as an alternative to the hard disk and not a USB drive as its so old but Acronis then created a boot CD for me. The boot from the CD started a small version of Acronis ‘clone disk’ which then copied the previously cloned USB copy of the old HD to the new disk. This took 2.5 hours. Clone disk initially failed with an error saying it required a linux boot disk to continue, which was what the CD boot was !? But without changing anything I pushed ‘OK’ and the process completed. It took a long time but was otherwise painless.
    I hope the disk lasts OK but I’ll take Acronis disk images of the new disk in case it doesn’t.
    The laptop is now more responsive to use than some new ones I’ve…

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  2. Nicolas Clay

    Order nr 2, this is 3 disks of 2TB each disk, after seeing that the 1st order of 1 item came to fruition as described below and the disk finally worked as a total capacity of the 2TB as nominal.
    Having wasted a lot of money on other ssds that proved not working for cloning (Samsung 8TB, Crucial 2TB, Western Digital 4TB), at last I see something that works. Acronis paid licenced version took a long time to clone, well worth the effort, the result seems working fine as the original disk (cloned). I hope it will last. The 4TB model is next to try, although is is improportionally expensive for the capacity offered-it should had been just twice the price of the 2TB and not 150% more.
    My advice is to work with cloning software that sees all brands of disks, not the freeware that works only with specific brands. This freeware will not work with other manufactirers’ disks and will be difficult to remove it once installed. The Acronis Western Digital ruined my original drive, reinstallation…

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  3. Mr. M. P. H

    Drive performs well and as expected, but the software to copy the original drive over to the new Sandisk refused to recognise the Sandisk!
    A search of the internet and Q&A’s would not make it work but showed its a common problem.
    A download of a 3rd party copy software worked first time.
    Come on Sandisk, step up and sort this out, if I wasnt PC savvy, this would have been a return.
    5 stars for the drive but 0 for the software.

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  4. N. Cooper (@scoopz)

    I have 30+ powerful CAD workstations in my office and they’ve all got XEON or dual XEON processors, high end CAD specific GPU and 16GG or 32Gb or RAM. However, some of the older machines are starting to slow down a little, or at least app launches seem slow and sluggish. Sometimes this is just becuase the machines are being pushed to their multitasking limits but quite often it’s just because they don’t have an SSD and were spec’d with a normal hard drive years ago when they were bought.
    I’ve not started a roll-out program and have been updgrading all workstations to SSD. This is a really easy process with 3rd party software (I use Acronis True Image on a bootable USB drive), you simply shut down, add the new SSD, boot off a USB drive and click the source (original) drive and the target (SSD) and let it do it’s thing. When it’s done you simply power down, remove the USB drive, remove the old drive and reboot. Done. Super fast boot times, everything exactly as you left it, no need to…

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  5. Alex D

    Great speed, light and low power, if only that it would work reliably. The SanDisk solid state drives fail very early, and being solid state, the data is not recoverable at any reasonable cost. I was using the drive in a Macbook, and I wonder if it has a problem spreading the write cycles over the disk to avoid early failure.

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  6. Kenny

    I fitted this to my Jurassic PC to help a wheezing Windows 10.
    I used the Inateck SSD Mounting Bracket to mount it in a HDD bay rather than the recommended floppy disk bay as they’re both obscured by cabling.
    I then used EaseUS Todo Backup Free 9.2 to clone my existing C: drive, a 320GB Seagate, I swapped the SATA cables over then restarted with my new C: drive, a quick trip in the BIOS to set the new boot priority and W10 “fixed” the master boot record.
    I’m no a beginner but I’m no expert either, so the total time taken was a little under an hour.
    Didi it make a difference? Oh yes, my boot time has halved.

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