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Def not taking chance with Refurbished memory card or harddrive even if its free.
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Exactly because they are small SSDs.
All SSDs have a limited number of writes per block.
As they get used, corrupt or dead blocks appear within SSDs.

You're gambling how much life or memory it has left.
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I feel like selling refurbished memory cards is like selling refurbished toilet paper..... Butt maybe I'm wrong
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Def not taking chance with Refurbished memory card or harddrive even if its free.
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Def not taking chance with Refurbished memory card or hard drive even if its free.

I second that!
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In for 2. Thanks!
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What's the prob with refurb sd ? they don't have helium gas fillings, they are just small SSDs.
Exactly because they are small SSDs.
All SSDs have a limited number of writes per block.
As they get used, corrupt or dead blocks appear within SSDs.

You're gambling how much life or memory it has left.
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Exactly because they are small SSDs.
All SSDs have a limited number of writes per block.
As they get used, corrupt or dead blocks appear within SSDs.

You're gambling how much life or memory it has left.
you think these were used in a file server situation?
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Does the SD Card has "REFURB" printed on it like the picture ?
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Thinking about it for my use (phone backup device with writes limited to new content), having it go R/O after a while is not really going to be an issue unless I don't detect it, which I don't forsee happening.

I don't usually buy refurb flash devices outside of some cheap throwaway small Sandisk USB thumb drives to have around for quick transfers between computers, but outside of one or two outliers in the lot that failed R/O early on in usage, most of those are still chugging and in use.
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Does the SD Card has "REFURB" printed on it like the picture ?
Don't know about the SD cards, but the USB thumb drives I've gotten in the past had 'Refurb' prominently marked on them, so I'd expect th SD cards would be marked as well.
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you think these were used in a file server situation?
Could be. You don't know.
It could have been used on Raspberry pi server, security camera, or i/o drive.

I personally killed a few SD cards by using it for torrent download.

It's not hard to use up SD card's memory lifespan.
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Russian Roulette comes to mind.
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I wish this was the micro sd version.
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