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Bought one of these. Slow af 😭 but better than hdd
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I read somewhere NAND is more reliable compared to TLC.

Also how do i use this for backing up my data as a cheap reliable external drive, if that is possible/

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Bought one of these. Slow af 😭 but better than hdd
If you're on a budget, light usage, it should be alright for an OS drive.
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If you're on a budget, light usage, it should be alright for an OS drive.
Yup exactly my situation
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Might buy 2 just to fill up my remaining sata slots.
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I read somewhere NAND is more reliable compared to TLC.

Also how do i use this for backing up my data as a cheap reliable external drive, if that is possible/

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You'll need a USB 3.0 to 2.5" SATA III Hard Drive Adapter. It'll be faster than most of the USB flash drive out there.
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These are fine and enough space for a WinToGo with a few Linux Rescue OSes as a Rescue Environment. Not the fastest, but an inexpensive solution for that purpose.
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I read somewhere NAND is more reliable compared to TLC.

Also how do i use this for backing up my data as a cheap reliable external drive, if that is possible/

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NAND is NAND.
xLC just how many bits stored on NAND. TLC is NAND, so is any other LC
so what you heard is completely irrelevant.
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How much of a difference will this make on an old Core 2 Duo laptop? My father-in-law wants me to upgrade his old laptop but I already maxed the ram out to 4GB and put him on Windows 10. Will this make a huge difference or no? I guess for $25 worth a try.
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How much of a difference will this make on an old Core 2 Duo laptop? My father-in-law wants me to upgrade his old laptop but I already maxed the ram out to 4GB and put him on Windows 10. Will this make a huge difference or no? I guess for $25 worth a try.
The bottle net of old computer is the hard drive. You will see huge difference after replacing the HD to SSD, boot time counts in seconds, not minutes
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You'll need a USB 3.0 to 2.5" SATA III Hard Drive Adapter. It'll be faster than most of the USB flash drive out there.

Any SD links for such a device.
Thank you much
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I read somewhere NAND is more reliable compared to TLC.

Also how do i use this for backing up my data as a cheap reliable external drive, if that is possible/

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NAND is just another name for flash memory.

There is SLC, MLC, TLC, QLC NAND, depending on how many bits stored in a single "cell".

Anyways, there is no difference in reliability for a home user.
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How much of a difference will this make on an old Core 2 Duo laptop? My father-in-law wants me to upgrade his old laptop but I already maxed the ram out to 4GB and put him on Windows 10. Will this make a huge difference or no? I guess for $25 worth a try.
HDD vs SSD is night and day regardless of how old the PC is. Just check if this laptop support SATA 3 (or better yet SATA 3.1 for better performance).
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