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Promoted 06-09-2016 by johnny_miller at 05:00 PM View Original Post
Adorama has 240GB SanDisk Extreme Pro 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive SSD (SDSSDXPS-240G-G25) for $103.99 - $14.04 w/ promo code STEXP0616 = $89.95. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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This 7mm SSD features a 10-year warranty. -johnny_miller

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Edited June 9, 2016 at 01:26 PM by cricket702
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$90 + free shipping STEXP0616


not as cheap as a typical ssd, but this is probably the best 7mm one out there
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The Extreme Pro is a great choice for Write-intensive situations. Video editing/rendering and Photoshop, etc. really benefits from the high sustained Write speed and sustained low latency. In this type of work it surpasses both the Samsung 850 EVO and Samsung 850 Pro. The NAND chips are tried and true, long life MLC synchronous type. If you're a more average user in your everyday computer tasks then a lower priced unit like the 850 EVO or even the Mushkin 1TB Reactor will do a great job for you.
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How is this SanDisk Extreme Pro vs Samsung EVO 850 in quality?
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Imo this isn't worth the price difference versus something like the Mushkin Eco3 [newegg.com].

Maybe if you absolutely needed a SSD with a 10-year warranty it would be a good idea but frankly anything more than 5 is a bit overkill with how fast new nand is being pumped out.
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How is this SanDisk Extreme Pro vs Samsung EVO 850 in quality?
Both are excellent quality. The Sandisk Pro comes with a 10 year warranty versus the Samsung EVO 5 year. SanDisk customer service is better.
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The Extreme Pro is a great choice for Write-intensive situations. Video editing/rendering and Photoshop, etc. really benefits from the high sustained Write speed and sustained low latency. In this type of work it surpasses both the Samsung 850 EVO and Samsung 850 Pro. The NAND chips are tried and true, long life MLC synchronous type. If you're a more average user in your everyday computer tasks then a lower priced unit like the 850 EVO or even the Mushkin 1TB Reactor will do a great job for you.
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great ssd. fresh windows install gets me booted to the desktop with everything loaded before I can even turn on the monitor. that takes about 5 seconds, including boot screen.
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great ssd. fresh windows install gets me booted to the desktop with everything loaded before I can even turn on the monitor. that takes about 5 seconds, including boot screen.

Yesssssssssssssssss!! I LOL-ed as I read that. #FirstWorldProblems lol. Very funny! (seriously, I'm not being sarcastic!)


I have to ask though... WHY are you turning it OFF in the first place?? lol j/k

I think I'm going to buy one... I'm a sucker for MLC SSD's and SSDs with long warranties, even if it is only 240GB...
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Yesssssssssssssssss!! I LOL-ed as I read that. #FirstWorldProblems lol. Very funny! (seriously, I'm not being sarcastic!)


I have to ask though... WHY are you turning it OFF in the first place?? lol j/k

I think I'm going to buy one... I'm a sucker for MLC SSD's and SSDs with long warranties, even if it is only 240GB...
Exactly, I leave my PC on 24/7 lol
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Exactly, I leave my PC on 24/7 lol

My desktop PC idles at 120W, so I sure as hell don't leave that on 24/7.


My Mac Mini idles at 10-14W LOL!! So yeah I let that run all the time Big Grin
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My desktop PC idles at 120W, so I sure as hell don't leave that on 24/7.


My Mac Mini idles at 10-14W LOL!! So yeah I let that run all the time Big Grin
I just don't mind it. water cooled i7-4770k, gtx 1080(was dual 970 FTW+)
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My desktop PC idles at 120W, so I sure as hell don't leave that on 24/7.
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What the heck do you have in it? Dual overclocked Radeons?
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Exactly, I leave my PC on 24/7 lol
I never leave my pc on if I don't need it. Delay MTBF for everything, and keeps dust to a minimum.
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How is this SanDisk Extreme Pro vs Samsung EVO 850 in quality?
Fry's has 250gb evo for $79 all this week with Sunday's promo code. I think that's a much better deal.

http://www.frys.com/product/83101...mail060516
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Bought 480 GB for $93 on Amazon a week ago
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