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PNY CS1311 480GB 2.5" SATA III Internal SSD $120 Shipped, 240GB $60 Shipped, 120GB $40 Shipped @ Amazon

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Last Edited by slammdunkk February 3, 2016 at 04:24 AM
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B019H3B6SU

PNY CS1311 480 GB 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive SSD7CS1311-480-RB

• Up to 550 MB/s seq. read and 520 MB/s seq. write speeds.
• 90,000 IOPS Random Read / up to 90,000 IOPS Random Write
• Ultra low power consumption
• Acronis Data Migration software included
• Competitive 3 Year Warranty

$120 Shipped

PNY CS1311 240 GB 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive SSD7CS1311-240-RB

$60 Shipped
http://www.amazon.com/PNY-CS1311-...B019H3B3OW Shows OOS as of 7:30am ET 2/3/16 but it's still orderable (select Amazon as the seller)

PNY CS1311 120 GB 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive SSD7CS1311-120-RB

$40 Shipped
http://www.amazon.com/PNY-CS1311-...B019H3B3P6

CS1311 is a new model from PNY: http://www.thessdreview.com/daily...siast-ssd/
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I think the cs2211's on FP are better for $5 or so more.
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Quote from HY-SD View Post :
I think the cs2211's on FP are better for $5 or so more.
CS1211's have much worse specs than these do, these are pretty much the replacement for them.
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CS1211's have much worse specs than these do, these are pretty much the replacement for them.
No. 2211. Not 1211. http://slickdeals.net/f/8477043-select-computer-storage-networking-products-up-to-60-off-480gb-pny-cs221-2-5-ssd-124-99-more-via-amazon
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CS1211's have much worse specs than these do, these are pretty much the replacement for them.
CS2211s are better. Not CS1211. Great naming PNY.
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I really don't trust PNY brand..after hearing so many sudden failures..on amazon reviews...I also need a ssd but decided not to buy any PNY drive or any PNY brand storage...
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http://www.speedguide.net/faq/slc...drives-406

SSDs (Solid State Drives) use NAND flash chips. Each of these chips contain millions of cells with limited number of write cycles. There are different types of NAND flash chips in use today with different characteristics as follows:


SLC (Single Level Cell) - highest performance, at a very high cost, enterprise grade NAND
~ 90-100,000 program/erase cycles per cell (highest endurance)
- lowest density (1 bit per cell, lower is better for endurance)
- lower power consumption
- faster write speeds
- much higher cost (3 times higher than MLC)
- good fit for industrial grade devices, embedded systems, critical applications.

eMLC (Enterprise Multi Level Cell) - good performance, aimed at enterprise use
~ 20-30,000 program/erase cycles per cell
- higher density (2 bits per cell)
- lower endurance limit than SLC, higher than MLC
- lower cost
- good fit for light enterprise use and high-end consumer products with more disk writes than MLC.

MLC (Multi Level Cell) - average performance, consumer grade NAND
~ 10,000 program/erase cycles per cell
- higher density (2 or more bits per cell)
- lower endurance limit than SLC
- lower cost (3 times lower than SLC)
- good fit for consumer products. Not suggested for critical applications which require frequent updates of data

TLC (Three Level Cell) - lower performance, lowest cost NAND
~ 3-5,000 program/erase cycles per cell
- highest density (3 bits per cell)
- lower endurance limit than MLC and SLC
- best price point (30% lower than MLC)
- somewhat slower read and write speed than MLC
- good fit for lower-end consumer products. Not recommended for critical applications which require frequent updating of data

Generally, SLC drives are the fastest, most reliable and most expensive drives available, usually used in the enterprise because of their considerably higher cost. Both MLC and TLC are widely used consumer grade memory, with MLC being better in terms of endurance.

Notes: Larger TLC drives may yield similar longevity as smaller MLC drives, considering you can average out the wear over higher number of cells
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CS1211 is an MLC SSD, CS1211 is a TLC SSD. Isn't MLC more reliable than TLC?
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These deals are not good... omg.. Jet had this 240gb ssd last week for $43..
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Can't find any reviews on this so pass. Its a TLC drive per press releases which are very hit and miss still. You have very good like Samsung Evos, half decent like Sandisk Ultra II or Adata SP550, or terrible like OCZ and Crucial. I'd stick with MLC.
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CS1211 is an MLC SSD, CS1211 is a TLC SSD. Isn't MLC more reliable than TLC?
This makes no sense
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CS1211 is an MLC SSD, CS1211 is a TLC SSD. Isn't MLC more reliable than TLC?
I think both the CS2111 and CS1211 are MLC. And yes, typically MLC > TLC, though Samsun has been able to do wonders with their Evo line which is TLC
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These deals are not good... omg.. Jet had this 240gb ssd last week for $43..
Was that with the first time user coupon?
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Was that with the first time user coupon?
Of course, what else? Every Jet deal posted these days involves these first-time user coupons, which are useless to anyone who wishes to stay within the rules.
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Of course, what else? Every Jet deal posted these days involves these first-time user coupons, which are useless to anyone who wishes to stay within the rules.
Don't the majority of users here not care about the rules?
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