|Item Height||3.97 inches|
|Item Width||2.07 inches|
|Hard Drive Size||1 TB|
|Hard Disk Description||Solid State Hard Drive|
|Hard Drive Interface||Solid State|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||SDSSDE61-1T00-G25|
|Product Dimensions||0.97 x 5.26 x 10.08 cm; 49.9 Grams|
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SanDisk SDSSDE61-1T00-G25 Extreme Portable Solid State Drive, 1TB
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|Digital storage capacity||1 TB|
|Hard disk interface||Solid State|
|Specific uses for product||Multimedia, Personal, Business|
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Fits your mobile lifestyle and accelerates every move. Nearly 2x as fast as our previous generation. Get fast NVMe solid state performance featuring 1050MB/s2 read and 1000MB/s2 write speeds. Use the handy carabiner loop to attach the drive to your belt loop or backpack for extra security when you’re out in the world. Help keep private content private with the included password protection featuring 256-bit AES hardware encryption.
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I have now, finally managed to get a spanking new PS5 console. All the PS4 games stored on the SanDisk are recognised by the PS5 and can be played directly from the extended storage. The speed gains for HZD mentioned below are still maintained.
Never, ever disconnect the SSD when the PS5 is in standby mode. Only remove it or reconnect it when the console is completely turned off otherwise you risk corrupting the entire SSD.
Also, do not connect it via the USB A connector on the front of the console. Either use the front USB C port or either of the rear ports.
This is a review for the SanDisk Extreme 1TB Portable NVMe SSD
Was running out of space on my PS4 Pro and weighed up all the options for candidates for Extended Storage. With the prospect of eventually getting a PS5 (sigh), I wanted a device that would be somewhat future-proof when connected to the next-gen console.
The device is barely much larger than a credit card and about three or four credit cards thick. Connected it to the rear USB port and, because the supplied cable is so damn short, it had to rest on the top of the console which is not ideal given the amount of heat that the PS4 Pro chucks out. It was instantly recognized by the console and formatted for extended storage in a matter of seconds, giving about 930Gb of extra space.
Moving games from the internal disk to the Sandisk is simple. CyberPunk 2077, which is about 109Gb, took roughly 40 minutes so an average of 3Gb / min. This of course is limited by the read speed of the internal PS4 disk rather than the write speed of the Sandisk SSD.
The real test of course is in how much faster the games load so I did a test using Horizon Zero Dawn. My biggest gripe with this fabulous game is the long load times between location changes, especially if going from say Meridian to the Frozen Wilds Cut.
For those familiar with HZD, when you finish the game it puts you back at the start of the Looming Shadow quest, so that was my save point for this test.
With the game installed on the internal disk drive, the time taken from hitting "Continue" to getting control of Aloy was 2min 11secs. I then moved the game to the Sandisk Extended Storage and repeated the test. The time taken from hitting "Continue" to getting control of Aloy was dramatically reduced to just 46 seconds, a speed increase of almost triple. I then tested travelling to various remote campfires and the increased speed was maintained. This is an incredible result.
I then did various tests with God of War but did not notice any appreciable difference in load times although the initial load screen was definitely faster. I can only assume that some games may be better optimized than others. I will be testing it with Ghost of Tsushima in the near future.
So is it worth it?. If you play HZD then a very big YES.
Compared to a bog standard mechanical 1Tb external drive, it's £100 more expensive but you wouldn't gain any speed improvement. Looking ahead, however, I think it's worth paying the extra for an ultra fast SSD that will also do justice when connected to the next-gen PS5 console (big sigh again).
The supplied cable is way too short. I've now got it connected with a 1Meter USB A to C cable so it can be placed away from any heat sources. In actual use it only gets moderately warm.
Hab zwar nur USB-C 3.2 Gen1 mit 10 Gbit am Laptop, aber das ist wohl das was die Platte auch maximal kann.
Dann schreibt sie laut CrystalDiskmark run 1GByte/s und liest 900 MByte/s.
Sehr gut, vor allem weil die Schreibrate konstant bleibt, also nicht nur x GB schneller Cache und dann 10% Transferrate, sondern meine Images mit >100GB rasen konstant schnell auf den Flashspeicher.
Am PC mit USB 3.1 TypeA habe ich dann noch rund 440 MB/s schreiben und 407MB/s lesen, das ist aber auch ziemlich das Maximum was das alte HP-Board hergeben kann.
Sie ist super kompakt, griffig, stabil, wird nicht zu warm, A-Adapter ist schon dabei und sie war im Angebot !
Was will man mehr :-)
I've tried different USB ports and different computers and it just doesn't work well at all. One of the more regrettable peripheral purchases I've made.