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no link - but at the smaller capacities it's hard to recommend this QLC drive vs similar TLC offerings from Team like the GX1 or L5 Lite other than save the extra buck

Once SLC cache is full this has all the disadvantages of QLC vs SATA TLC and none of the advantages of QLC in say NVMe SSDs like the 660p or Inland Professional.
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Have 0 use for it but thats a great deal Thumbsup
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These are best if you want to use as os drive for servers
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These are best if you want to use as os drive for servers
What about steam game storage?
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No DRAM
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Have 0 use for it but thats a great deal Thumbsup
Bro!!!! it's not about the need its about the deal lol.

I got 2 240g ssd for $14 ea on the BB price goof,,no idea why lol.
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no link - but at the smaller capacities it's hard to recommend this QLC drive vs similar TLC offerings from Team like the GX1 or L5 Lite other than save the extra buck

Once SLC cache is full this has all the disadvantages of QLC vs SATA TLC and none of the advantages of QLC in say NVMe SSDs like the 660p or Inland Professional.
not an issue for majority of users.
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Does it boot fasted than a mechanical drive?

Yes.

All the other hoopla, no need.
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Does it have DRAM?
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Does it have DRAM?
Nope. Just Google "whatever ssd" followed by "dram"
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Anybody know of a list of ssds with dram?
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no link - but at the smaller capacities it's hard to recommend this QLC drive vs similar TLC offerings from Team like the GX1 or L5 Lite other than save the extra buck

Once SLC cache is full this has all the disadvantages of QLC vs SATA TLC and none of the advantages of QLC in say NVMe SSDs like the 660p or Inland Professional.
What if I install windows on the 240gb, and Modern Warfare?
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your choice but this is probably the only case where there's no reason to buy a QLC SSD
other than saving $1 or 2 vs the alternatives.
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What if I install windows on the 240gb, and Modern Warfare?
will it run - yes and be faster than a HDD yes. but it's not offering better reliability or endurance or performance vs. other SATA SSDs
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