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Good but Slower than the 240GB Dogfish SSD
Reviewed in Canada on June 6, 2020
The drive is slower than the 240GB dogfish sata SSD as you can see in the attached picture. Drive was benchmarked using a USB enclosure. I'm using them as USB drives, because they make fantastic little flash drives. The blue dogfish logo on the top of the drive is just a thin sticker, it's not a heatsink or anything. The drive does get fairly hot, so if you're using it as a usb drive like me take that into consideration (the enclosure can be hot to handle after copying large amounts of data). I would recommend you buy the 240GB drive instead of this one. It's considerable faster, and you don't loose very much space. I'd rather have a few extra less gigabytes and the improved speed. The 240GB one has 223.57GB of usable space, where this one has 238.47GB of usable space. One thing to note is that if both size Dogfish SSD drives are in the system at the same time, the computer can't use them both. Only the drive plugged in first will be visible for file access. The other drive shows up in Windows 10 Disk Management but as an offline drive, and reports the error "The disk is offline because it has a signature collision with another disk that is online". You have to manually make the disk online in windows disk management for it to work each and every time, if you are using both at the same time.