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Created 11-17-2017 at 11:34 PM by sr71
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Yes!!! And shipping is free!!! From what I hear, Inland Professional is just a rebadged Samsung Pro.
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How are the speeds on this drive? What would be comparable? Currently using a Samsung evo 240gb, I forget if it's the pro model or not, its been installed for a year or two or three now. My first ssd was the crucial M4 from years ago, and before that I used to use the WD velociraptor 10K drives, and before that scsi 10K drives. I haven't been keeping up with the tech at all. I wish the larger sizes would come down in price like this.
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Yes!!! And shipping is free!!! From what I hear, Inland Professional is just a rebadged Samsung Pro.
in store only, this is what i see.
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Yes!!! And shipping is free!!! From what I hear, Inland Professional is just a rebadged Samsung Pro.
Not that I'd expect a budget brand to be rebadging a high-end product (where's the profit in that?), but if it were Samsung Pro, it'd be a 128GB drive.
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Yes!!! And shipping is free!!! From what I hear, Inland Professional is just a rebadged Samsung Pro.
I question this. Do you have a source/citation on this?

I had two Inland Pros go bad on me. Never a Samsung Pro.
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I question this. Do you have a source/citation on this?

I had two Inland Pros go bad on me. Never a Samsung Pro.
How ssd gone bad before hhd?
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Can this be used with external enclosure due Xbox one?
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How ssd gone bad before hhd?
SSDs fail just like any other component. The probability of budget SSDs instantly dying is just way higher in my personal experience vs. more expensive retail and datacenter grade OEM parts.
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How ssd gone bad before hhd?
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SSDs fail just like any other component. The probability of budget SSDs instantly dying is just way higher in my personal experience vs. more expensive retail and datacenter grade OEM parts.

I had so many SSDs and HDs go back on me, I am paranoid about DVD/Bluray backups. There is a such a business case for a consumer level tape drives.

I am not convinced about the reliability of SSDs in general, regardless of brand.

Data back ups are the bane of my existence.
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Can this be used with external enclosure due Xbox one?
I dont think so. Xbox one needs 250 gb or higher drive.
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Eh... think $40 is all a 120GB is really worth.
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Yes!!! And shipping is free!!! From what I hear, Inland Professional is just a rebadged Samsung Pro.
seems unlikely it would be a Samsung Pro. You making that up? If not, share a link maybe, eh?
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Code for 5 off 30?
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SSDs fail just like any other component. The probability of budget SSDs instantly dying is just way higher in my personal experience vs. more expensive retail and datacenter grade OEM parts.
Yes, when SSDs fail it tends to be a component failure and they just aren't detected by the PC anymore. I've had a few that just 'disappeared' one day and poof gone
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