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Kingston Digital 240GB UV400 SSD C2C 2.5" SUV400S37/240G 59.99 Prime

Scurbdog 4,064 1,174 July 19, 2016 at 09:07 PM in Solid State Drives (SSD) (6) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by thestreetlight July 21, 2016 at 08:30 PM
Lowest per the camels

https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Digital-120GB-SUV400S37-120G/dp/B01FJ4UN76/ref=sr_1_6?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1468987495&sr=1-6&keywords=ssd [amazon.com]

Ships in 2-4 weeks

10 times faster than a 7200RPM hard drive
More reliable and durable than a hard drive
Available as a bundle kit for easy installation
Baseline Performance Data Transfer (ATTO) 240GB - up to 550MB/s Read and 490MB/s Write
Maximum Random 4k Read/Write (IOMETER) 120GB - up to 90,000 and 15,000 IOPS
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#2
Decent deal for a basic SSD
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Quote from brautiganr View Post :
Decent deal for a basic SSD
What defines a basic ssd? I don't know which one to get.
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i need 480gb for external storage. in this price range. in 2019.
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#5
What defines basic?

Well here is not basic
Samsung 950 pro M.2 NVME
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820147467
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Quote from JuaneR View Post :
What defines a basic ssd? I don't know which one to get.
Basic:
Crucial BX100
Sandisk Ultra II
OCZ Trion 150
Samsung 840 EVO
Intel 320

Usually, check here for basic good SSD deals.
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Quote from JuaneR View Post :
What defines a basic ssd? I don't know which one to get.
basic meaning general web browsing, office, email, Facebook, etc. It may not be ideal for gaming, video/photo editing enthusiasts.
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Quote from brautiganr View Post :
basic meaning general web browsing, office, email, Facebook, etc. It may not be ideal for gaming, video/photo editing enthusiasts.
I've gamed and done video/photo editing on 5400Rpm drives since the 90's, going to ANY SSD is a world of difference. I'm using a OCZ SSD from 5 or more years ago and it runs games much better than any mechanical drive did. I would say use a HDD for basic apps, use SSD for anything else and as your primary boot drive to reduce os load times. Basic Vs Non basic comes down to read write rates and comparing those rates against the size of files being written, type of NAND memory used, and check if the companies drives have been reliable in the past. I'm having to come around to supporting OCZ again after their mess up with the Sandforce controller in the early days and it's incompatibility with newer Intel chipset.
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#9
this a deal? I'm lookin at camel's and avg like $65 for comparable.
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Quote from itsarectangle View Post :
this a deal? I'm lookin at camel's and avg like $65 for comparable.
generally looking at 240-256 gig ssd these days this seems to be what they go for, 480's now going for what 240-256's were going for about a year ago. probably a good price if you're looking for this size
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Quote from JuaneR View Post :
What defines a basic ssd? I don't know which one to get.
Basic would be small size, respectable read/write speeds... etc... If you aren't an enthusiast with unlimited funds, a drive like this wouldn't be a bad place to start. I would say for most people, the most important thing is the size of the drive. Performance is going to be considerably better than any HDD.

For basic PC functionality, a 240GB is enough. If you start adding large programs and/or a bunch of games, you might want to look for something with a higher capacity. Like a HDD, performance is at it's best when at least a third of the drive is unused. In a desktop scenario, you will want a secondary HDD for data and media. For most users, storing anything but programs and the operating system on a SSD wouldn't be worth the cost as you would typically need a much larger capacity drive (which means much more expensive)... With a laptop, you often have limited options because most of them only have one drive, so you will want to prioritize what you would store on the laptop, and possibly keep a USB external drive handy for bigger files or less used stuff... Or if you have a DVD drive on the laptop you don't use, you could get a HDD cage that fits in its place that can house a secondary HDD.

Enthusiasts tend to aim more toward the m.2 drives and SATA express these days in order to take advantage of more capable PCIE bandwidth. Those require a capable motherboard and use a more expensive (but much faster) format of a SSD. These are somewhat newer trends, and are primarily for enthusiasts and power users.
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#12
Can someone explain what makes this special?

ADATA always has 58.99 SSD's with 560/510 speeds.

Heck, for the same speeds there's a company (albeit, unheard of) called Silicon Power with over 700 reviews and nearly 5 stars selling 240's for 44.58

https://www.amazon.com/Silicon-Po...=240gb+ssd
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FWIW, I was compelled to go NVME route (Samsung 950 Pro) for my new build, pricey but some ppl talking they can never go back to SATA SSDs, and with Jet discount, I got an alright deal for the 950
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#14
Adorama also has the same deal. Free shipping and no tax for those that live outside of New York and New Jersey.
http://www.adorama.com/kgsuv4s37240.html
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I boycotted Kingston ever since they pulled the bait and switch with the V300.

Drop price around Black Friday, switch out the internals so the speeds go from amazing to complete horse shit, sell it as the same SSD.

Yeah no, I'm taking my money elsewhere.
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