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HP S700 PRO 256GB SATA III Internal SSD (Solid State Drive)
  • New 3D NAND Technology and advanced wear balancing algorithm for higher durability @0.6 Drive Writes Per Day
  • An industry-top-leading Reliability (MTBF) 2M hours, and Endurance (TBW) up to 650 TBW
  • Up to 1GB DRAM Cache for better multi-tasking and durability
  • Higher Order LDPC Error Correction for high speed parallel decoding and real time error correction to ensure data integrity and security
  • All Metal Body - heat dissipation and durability in a PC environment
  • Full compatibility with HPdst.exe (HP Software Pre-installation Environment). Ideal upgrade for HP PCs
  • Manufactured to HP's high quality standards and fully tested and certified in HP Laboratories
  • 1-800 Technical Support Provided
  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 560 MB/s
    Max Sequential Write: Up to 520 MB/s
    4KB Random Read: Up to 70,000 IOPS
    4KB Random Write: Up to 90,000 IOPS
    MTBF: 2,000,000 hours
    Endurance (TBW): 165 TBW
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Are these rebranded? Does anyone know the original manufacturer?
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Are these rebranded? Does anyone know the original manufacturer?
This is HP brand !!
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Looks like there's a $4 discount provided by Amazon, to match it.

https://www.amazon.com/HP-256GB-I...B0728DL1QL
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I have one in my system and it is excellent!.I read the reviews before I bought it and the performance is better than the EVO.
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Not sure this is rebranded but I opened my drive up the chips say HP them so I think HP makes this drive
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Just read an article about these SSDs, they are dramless. Just a heads up. Probably better options with a cache just above this price. I wouldn't want to have bought this expecting a sub par Evo, and found it's more like a 10k rpm spinning drive at Best real world use
You must have misread the article because the S700 PRO series clearly have DRAM Cache called out on the product information and even the reviews. Plus if you looked at the PCMark scores (not the tweaked ones) on Guru 3D, you would see the 1TB S700 PRO beat out the NEW Samsung 860 PRO. Please do not mislead others who have not read the reviews.
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HP S700 PRO 256GB SATA III Internal SSD (Solid State Drive)
  • New 3D NAND Technology and advanced wear balancing algorithm for higher durability @0.6 Drive Writes Per Day
  • An industry-top-leading Reliability (MTBF) 2M hours, and Endurance (TBW) up to 650 TBW
  • Up to 1GB DRAM Cache for better multi-tasking and durability
  • Higher Order LDPC Error Correction for high speed parallel decoding and real time error correction to ensure data integrity and security
  • All Metal Body - heat dissipation and durability in a PC environment
  • Full compatibility with HPdst.exe (HP Software Pre-installation Environment). Ideal upgrade for HP PCs
  • Manufactured to HP's high quality standards and fully tested and certified in HP Laboratories
  • 1-800 Technical Support Provided
  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 560 MB/s
    Max Sequential Write: Up to 520 MB/s
    4KB Random Read: Up to 70,000 IOPS
    4KB Random Write: Up to 90,000 IOPS
    MTBF: 2,000,000 hours
    Endurance (TBW): 165 TBW

https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-S70.../876640446
By the way, the price on Walmart is now $74.99 which is lower than ever.
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You must have misread the article because the S700 PRO series clearly have DRAM Cache called out on the product information and even the reviews. Plus if you looked at the PCMark scores (not the tweaked ones) on Guru 3D, you would see the 1TB S700 PRO beat out the NEW Samsung 860 PRO. Please do not mislead others who have not read the reviews.
Wouldn't this just be a rebranded sammy pro?
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You must have misread the article because the S700 PRO series clearly have DRAM Cache called out on the product information and even the reviews. Plus if you looked at the PCMark scores (not the tweaked ones) on Guru 3D, you would see the 1TB S700 PRO beat out the NEW Samsung 860 PRO. Please do not mislead others who have not read the reviews.
Sorry man I didn't realize they were two different things
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Just read an article about these SSDs, they are dramless. Just a heads up. Probably better options with a cache just above this price. I wouldn't want to have bought this expecting a sub par Evo, and found it's more like a 10k rpm spinning drive at Best real world use
Difference between HP S700 PRO and S700 is that PRO series have a DRMA Cache. HP SSD S700 PRO has 256MB DRAM Cache for better multi-tasking and durability.
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Walmart dropped the price, again, so I updated !!
Have a wonderful weekend, ALL
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Check it out, lowest prices I have seen offered by major reseller for this model. I know somebody posted it @79.99 few days ago, but the price has been reduced today!

https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-S70.../876640446
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Sorry man I didn't realize they were two different things
It is all good. We are all just trying to make sure others get the best deal. Cheers!
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