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This, BX500, or Adata SU800 deal?
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Just bought it, I remember getting the ~256 GB model a year ago that's still sitting my system for $45 this is a welcome expansion Thanks OP!
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Why buy from Newegg? Amazon has a better return policy and customer service for the same price.
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This, BX500, or Adata SU800 deal?
I believe the SU800 is the only one of the three that has dram. I'm in the market for a boot drive and people keep posting that you want dram when buying an ssd. The MX500 has it, but not the BX500, nor this Sandisk according to posters. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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This, BX500, or Adata SU800 deal?
This one is dramless, not bad for general use, but ssd with dram cache could improve the performance much.

ADATA SU800 and MX500 (not BX500) with 512MB dram cache are preferred
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Mine did not last 3 years. Only had OS on it.
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I believe the SU800 is the only one of the three that has dram. I'm in the market for a boot drive and people keep posting that you want dram when buying an ssd. The MX500 has it, but not the BX500, nor this Sandisk according to posters. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
You're correct! Just to clarify, this is the G26 SSD Plus with an old SM2256S DRAMless controller and planar (2D) 15nm Toshiba TLC. Both work toward poor performance and reliability. For game or low-risk storage it's probably fine, but I'd go for something better if you're wanting to boot from it.
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Mine also did not last 3 years and completely bricked without a chance of recovery. Thank goodness for cloud backup.
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This isn't frontpage worthy... there's 480gb ssd's all the time for $50....
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Why buy from Newegg? Amazon has a better return policy and customer service for the same price.
Because we want some diversity in our online marketplace. Otherwise it would just be Amazon and then they can do whatever they want
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Dram?
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Noobie here. Are these easy to install? I see lots of videos on yt for this, just wanna make sure it'll be compatible on my computer. And I just need a bracket and sata cable?
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