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500GB WD Blue 3D 2.5" SSD $95 AC @Newegg

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this has DRAM, right?

thanks!
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this has DRAM, right?

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How does this compare to the Samsung 860 EVO?
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How does this compare to the Samsung 860 EVO?
From what I see:
Warranty: Both 5-year
Toolbox Software: Both have their own
Migration Software: Both have their own

Speeds: WD: 560/530 Samsung: 550/520
Price: WD: $95 Samsung: $118 (not sure if any codes/MIR)

So $23 price difference.
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How does this compare to the Samsung 860 EVO?
Have both. Samsung 860 isn't noticeably faster in reads but is much faster in writes. Benchmarks agree.

Has dram and so far has been very reliable. I would still go with the Samsung.
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