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why is it that in postings like this we always have people thrashing on "other" name brand ssd? over the last 5+ years i have bought at least 10 SSDs, all from various brands for systems i build for friends and family. the size ranges from 60gb to 512gb and none of them has failed but instead still running strong. all of them i got for discounts and some of the drives were even refurbs.

if you want to see significant improvements in speed coming from HDD and are on a budget get the lowest priced ssd you can find. i would recommend 240gb or more because it gives you space if you ever want to play games. i find that 120gb can get annoying because games now are larger and a 120gb would only hold a 3-4 games. less if you have some softwares like office, nero, and ect.

dont listen to these guys that only talks about buying only samsungs and premium ssd on basis that these SSD will crap out really fast. This is a good price for 1tb drive. glad to see SSD prices dropping again. ill wait for 1 tb ssd refurbs to hit 110-130$ again
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This is the first 1TB drive that breaks the $200 mark.
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Tempted. For gaming where data not critical. Warranty?

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Thanks, I'm not sure where I'll use this, debating on throwing it on my PS4 or my laptop, or my other laptop, or my other laptop......
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Thanks, I'm not sure where I'll use this, debating on throwing it on my PS4 or my laptop, or my other laptop, or my other laptop......
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Thanks, I'm not sure where I'll use this, debating on throwing it on my PS4 or my laptop, or my other laptop, or my other laptop......

Tempted. For gaming where data not critical. Warranty?

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This is the first 1TB drive that breaks the $200 mark.
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why is it that in postings like this we always have people thrashing on "other" name brand ssd? over the last 5+ years i have bought at least 10 SSDs, all from various brands for systems i build for friends and family. the size ranges from 60gb to 512gb and none of them has failed but instead still running strong. all of them i got for discounts and some of the drives were even refurbs.

if you want to see significant improvements in speed coming from HDD and are on a budget get the lowest priced ssd you can find. i would recommend 240gb or more because it gives you space if you ever want to play games. i find that 120gb can get annoying because games now are larger and a 120gb would only hold a 3-4 games. less if you have some softwares like office, nero, and ect.

dont listen to these guys that only talks about buying only samsungs and premium ssd on basis that these SSD will crap out really fast. This is a good price for 1tb drive. glad to see SSD prices dropping again. ill wait for 1 tb ssd refurbs to hit 110-130$ again
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This is the first 1TB drive that breaks the $200 mark.
I do believe I've seen 1TB SSDs under the $200 mark in the past, but I agree it's the first one I've seen in a while, on SD anyways.

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indeed great price for a 1tb, $0.178/gb which is the lowest I've seen outside of rare price mistakes.

Good entry level ssd assuming it doesn't fail, even if "crap" read/write speeds should be light years ahead of a hdd.
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Read reviews on adata ssds. Mine died in two weeks. Returned for refund not replacement.
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Lol, I have a WD 500GB in my laptop now. I would move this one into the PS4 and install the 1 TB in my laptop, or just pop this in the PS4.
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Lol, I have a WD 500GB in my laptop now. I would move this one into the PS4 and install the 1 TB in my laptop, or just pop this in the PS4.
I'd move the slower of the two to the PS4. PS4 Pro doesn't have full SATA3 speed even with an SSD, so there is a steep diminishing return.

I have the 500gb version of this drive in my PS4 Pro (also purchased from a Rakuten promo), and have noticed somewhat decreased load times and a generally snappier boot, but it's not nearly as noticeable as it would be on a PC. Many people might come in and argue this-and-that about SSDs in PS4s. Saving even 20% of time on the ridiculous PS4 load times makes it worth it to me.
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why is it that in postings like this we always have people thrashing on "other" name brand ssd? over the last 5+ years i have bought at least 10 SSDs, all from various brands for systems i build for friends and family. the size ranges from 60gb to 512gb and none of them has failed but instead still running strong. all of them i got for discounts and some of the drives were even refurbs.

dont listen to these guys that only talks about buying only samsungs and premium ssd on basis that these SSD will crap out really fast.

Agreed, I'm running 2 SSDs, both were the cheapest at the time I bought them through sales, and they have yet to fail. Mushkin 1tb SSD and a SanDisk 240gb SSD that I've been using the past 5 or 6 years. If your goal is to simply get a storage drive that's faster than an HDD, just get the cheapest you can find.
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