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Quote from cgregoryou
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Your previous photos need to be backed up to cloud and mirrored NAS drives if you don't want any possibility of losing them.
That's always my problem. Hardly to find a better place that can access all time and price is good for over 4tb in the clouds.
2nd is hardly to sync my photos to the NAS, deleting or adding photos always so hard to synchronize with my portable drive

So I have to trust a good and high volumed portable ssd after all...
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This is no longer a good deal. MX500 @ 200 on Newegg is better buy.
But that is sold by a third party seller with 86% positive reviews. Not willing to risk it. Hopefully the price drops as we get closer to black friday
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Nobody here said that they would lose data after a few days or weeks. According to this other article https://www.anandtech.com/show/92...-retention, the SSD spec requires that the drive be functional and the data retained for 52 weeks if the drive stored at 30°C, which is high but not absurdly high. There's a table which if I am interpreting correctly, says 105 weeks if stored at 25°C. But the specific numbers aren't necessarily important; the concept is that an SSD can indeed lose data or become nonfunctional if left unpowered for long enough.
Sigh.... Most people only read the headlines today.

Here is the conclusion of that article:


"People have misunderstood the data," Smith said.

Cox agreed, saying there's no reason to fret.

"I wouldn't worry about [losing data]," Cox told PCWorld. "This all pertains to end of life. As a consumer, an SSD product or even a flash product is never going to get to the point where it's temperature-dependent on retaining the data."

Linking to another report that's almost 5 years old isn't helpful. There has been a massive amount if R&D in this space in the last half decade.

Unless you unplug your ssd at the end of it's life, and do so in high heat, don't worry about losing your data at all, under any reasonable timeline.
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Is the $200 Samsung QVO likely to be more reliable?

I'm worried because I have an old Sandisk Ultra II 1 TB and there are a ton a reviews of people saying their drive failed right after the three year warranty period.

Mine current drive was purchased July 2016 so it's just over three years now...
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I would wait for mx500 deal.
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