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Anyone owned this for a year or more? I'm looking for an ssd even as small as 120gb just to throw a linux distro on so it doesn't have to be big, but I'd like to spend 50 or under on something that wont die in 3 months.
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Anyone owned this for a year or more? I'm looking for an ssd even as small as 120gb just to throw a linux distro on so it doesn't have to be big, but I'd like to spend 50 or under on something that wont die in 3 months.
We bought hundreds of these to upgrade laptops to SSDs for our company.
In my experience the failure rate has been about 2%. (Reasonable range for Qty. bought.)
RMA process was easy though and the bad ones were replaced with sealed new.

Were are satisfied with the product and support.
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We bought hundreds of these to upgrade laptops to SSDs for our company.
In my experience the failure rate has been about 2%. (Reasonable range for Qty. bought.)
RMA process was easy though and the bad ones were replaced with sealed new.

Were are satisfied with the product and support.
Thanks for the heads up on this brand.

Looking forward to seeing these & high end ones go on sale in BF! Last year was supply < demand, this year is >.
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We bought hundreds of these to upgrade laptops to SSDs for our company.
In my experience the failure rate has been about 2%. (Reasonable range for Qty. bought.)
RMA process was easy though and the bad ones were replaced with sealed new.

Were are satisfied with the product and support.
I'm about to get an SSD. Can you just walk me through the process of finding a bad one? What program do I use
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Anyone owned this for a year or more? I'm looking for an ssd even as small as 120gb just to throw a linux distro on so it doesn't have to be big, but I'd like to spend 50 or under on something that wont die in 3 months.
Amazon has Inland Professional 120GB 2.5" SSD [a.co] for $25.99. Sold by Micro Center and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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We bought hundreds of these to upgrade laptops to SSDs for our company.
In my experience the failure rate has been about 2%.

That's kind of high for SSD, no? Confused


When do they typically die? Is it DOA or at least close to the beginning? Or do they die after a few months? Never had an SSD die and I am curious.
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We bought hundreds of these to upgrade laptops to SSDs for our company.
In my experience the failure rate has been about 2%. (Reasonable range for Qty. bought.)
RMA process was easy though and the bad ones were replaced with sealed new.

Were are satisfied with the product and support.
seywhutThanks for the heads up on this brand.

Looking forward to seeing these & high end ones go on sale in BF! Last year was supply < demand, this year is >.
Just to call it out, that user has 1 post in their history. So I would take this with a grain of salt.
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That's kind of high for SSD, no? Confused


When do they typically die? Is it DOA or at least close to the beginning? Or do they die after a few months? Never had an SSD die and I am curious.
2 failures out of 100 is high?
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2 failures out of 100 is high?
I have been using 1 from the same brand, not heavily but no issues as at all for about 2 years.
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waiting $35
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I'm about to get an SSD. Can you just walk me through the process of finding a bad one? What program do I use
None. It's just dead when bad.
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Amazon has Inland Professional 120GB 2.5" SSD [a.co] for $25.99. Sold by Micro Center and Fulfilled by Amazon.
I don't know anything about that company, though. Would you buy it? I's rather pay $50 for one that will last, but if it's good, I would absolutely love a deal.
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I am not a rich guy but it is just 45 bucks. LOL. Just buy it.
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Finally a sub $50 240GB SSD. Very rare. I'd jump on it if I didn't already have a 240GB one.
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