13 August, 2014: The Silicon Power Thunder T11 is tiny, very light and very fast when first plugged in. The drive is bus-powered and comes included with a short Thunderbolt cable.
The drive runs extremely hot, and its performance drops as its temperature rises. There’s no support for USB 3.0, and its capacity caps at only 120GB.
Plug it in, though, and it tells a different tale. In my testing, the drive runs very hot after only 10 to 15 minutes of use, and as its temperature rises, its performance drops dramatically. On top of that, the drive supports only Thunderbolt, and storage is capped at just 120GB.Excessive heat and degraded performance make the Silicon Power Thunder T11 appropriate only for casual Mac users.
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