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Amazon has the ADATA SU655 120GB 3D NAND 2.5 inch SATA III High Speed Read up to 520MB/s Internal SSD (ASU655SS-120GT-C) [New Version] [amazon.com] on sale for $27.99. Great price for a new model SSD of this size.
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DRAM is used for cache and is volatile. Some have DRAM, and some don't.
All SSDs use NAND for non-volatile storage, regardless of DRAM. It isn't an either/or type thing.
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really loving these new SSD prices! now if only ram process would go down too...
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I want to believe this is a good SSD with the new speeds so I will be in for 1.

There's also a 60GB version for $25
https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-SU65...04&sr=1-23
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really loving these new SSD prices! now if only ram process would go down too...
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I remember when I bought my 500gb Samsung 830 SSD for nearly $1 a gig...
Great price on this
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Any different between this and the ultimate?
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perfect upgrade for a cheapie laptop!
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Can someone please confirm if this has DRAM?
Probably a SU650, so no. (compare the SU655 JP datasheet to SU650 EN - same specs)
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Can someone please confirm if this has DRAM?
No, it has nand. Better than nothing, like the other adata ssd that was on sale a few days ago. But dram is by far superior to nand, both in speed and in longevity, which comes at a cost obviously.

This is exactly what it looks like it's for. Upgrading any laptop or PC using a regular hard drive, the difference in speed will be leaps and bounds. For most people, nand will suit their needs.
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Damn why do i have so many hdds i cant buy an ssd. Fml.
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Damn why do i have so many hdds i cant buy an ssd. Fml.
Me too. I recently bought a 1TB HDD used for $25
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The image is of SU800 which is misleading.
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Me too. I recently bought a 1TB HDD used for $25
i don't buy them. i find them at bb recycle box or pull from old notebooks.
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