- Jun 13, 2003
These are more attractive at the 2TB capacity level, of which I have two; at 1TB, I'd rather go with the E12 drives (think I got a Corsair MP510?).Unrelated to the thread but worth mentioning the Intel 660p 1TB is $109.99 at Newegg with promo code (must be email subscriber so possible YMMV). Yes I know it's QLC and the controller is not the E12, but it carries a 5 year warranty backed by Intel and it comes with Intel software.
Also of note is that the 660p drives are still single-sided at 2TB, which made a difference for an ultrabook I upgraded.