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Promoted 12-27-2015 by johnny_miller at 12:02 AM View Original Post
Newegg has 1TB Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive SSD (MKNSSDRE1TB) on sale for $249.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJsDA

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i'm still playing oregon trail on my 5.25 floppy disk.
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They're a player, but they're not one of the two top dogs in the market.

FWIW, I've owned Intel, Samsung, OCZ, Toshiba, Sandisk, Mushkin, and Adata SSDs. OCZ are by far the worst of the group.
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So Mushkin has better track of records? not from what I have seen so far under newegg review

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Whoa. Thats' how much I paid for my 256Gb one a while ago.
If you still have the AmEx deal (and you don't get charged sales tax) this is pretty darn sweet!
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wow..... just bought a 500 damn should have waited
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how does this compare to the samsung evo?
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how does this compare to the samsung evo?
samsung is going to crash and burn at some point as their track record shows with all drives. Its partially the reason they're so cheap.
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Quote from Chiodori123 View Post :
samsung is going to crash and burn at some point as their track record shows with all drives. Its partially the reason they're so cheap.
So Mushkin has better track of records? not from what I have seen so far under newegg review
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Quote from thunderriver View Post :
So Mushkin has better track of records? not from what I have seen so far under newegg review
They're a player, but they're not one of the two top dogs in the market.

FWIW, I've owned Intel, Samsung, OCZ, Toshiba, Sandisk, Mushkin, and Adata SSDs. OCZ are by far the worst of the group.
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OCZ is gone and only the name is left. Toshiba own them now and just uses the name. not even the same company anymore that failed so hard.

interstingly enough. SanDisk Ultra II is the fastest and best SSD around. Samsung 950 Pro and Intel 730 comes in second and third. The best I would say is Samsung 950 Pro because of the 10 year warranty.
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Quote from Chiodori123 View Post :
samsung is going to crash and burn at some point as their track record shows with all drives. Its partially the reason they're so cheap.
If you buy the EVO Pro model - it comes with a ten year guarantee.
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The Sandisk Extreme Pro series drives also come with a 10 year warranty, and the Ultra II drives have 5 year (same as the Samsung 850 Evo series). It appears that the Mushkin drives come with a 3 year warranty.
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The Sandisk Extreme Pro series drives also come with a 10 year warranty, and the Ultra II drives have 5 year (same as the Samsung 850 Evo series). It appears that the Mushkin drives come with a 3 year warranty.
Ultra II's are 3yr warranty . https://www.sandisk.com/home/ssd/ultra-ii-ssd
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who keeps a drive more than 5 years anyway...i mean really.
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who keeps a drive more than 5 years anyway...i mean really.
i'm still playing oregon trail on my 5.25 floppy disk.
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