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$109 seems expensive for QLC. SN550 with the TLC for $90-99 might be a better drive and price.
QLC has very low life. Lots of DRAM Cache will help. But now with games like COD eating 50GB updates monthly. It might be a issue. Personally after abusing my SSDs over YEARs my biggest write is only 76TB.

Rating drive life soley based on write endurance is pointless. I dare someone to find me a drive from normal use that hits over 100TB (not counting servers).

The SLC cache or DRAM cache...or lack of will shorten the drives life a lot faster as NAND Cell will have to be unnecessary erased more often.

In short if you are worried about drive for OS or gaming. You won't be able to kill it from writes within 5 years,
Yikes the reviews on this are rough

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Muchas gracias ,por dejarme saber
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Wish there's a sale for 2Tb version
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awesome deal
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Yikes the reviews on this are rough
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How does this compare with Samsung or WD?
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Yikes the reviews on this are rough
One of the reviews: "I ended up finding that White sabrent rocket had a life span of 260 TBW. and the Black one having a lifespan of **1,665 TBW**. yes you are reading right... MORE THAN 6 times the lifespan of the white one!!!! I think this lack of information on the published item on amazon is misleading because it's decision making one..."

Thanks for the heads up!
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in terms of reliability, which one is better, this one or the wd blue sn550? thanks
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in terms of reliability, which one is better, this one or the wd blue sn550? thanks
The Sabrent from this deal is 260 TBW.
SN550 is 600 TBW.
SN550 wins by a huge margin.
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$109 seems expensive for QLC. SN550 with the TLC for $90-99 might be a better drive and price.
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Was $100 back in Jan, will wait for that or lower.
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QLC has very low life. Lots of DRAM Cache will help. But now with games like COD eating 50GB updates monthly. It might be a issue. Personally after abusing my SSDs over YEARs my biggest write is only 76TB.

Rating drive life soley based on write endurance is pointless. I dare someone to find me a drive from normal use that hits over 100TB (not counting servers).

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In short if you are worried about drive for OS or gaming. You won't be able to kill it from writes within 5 years,
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