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HP EX950 2TB - $233

Crucial BX500 2TB - $180
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That p200 page also had a link to the newer version, the p210. Code works on it as well and the regular price was a few bucks lower to start
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Are these any good? I can't seem to find any reviews. My kid needs a new SSD and it would be great.
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That p200 page also had a link to the newer version, the p210. Code works on it as well and the regular price was a few bucks lower to start
p210 $83.69
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a no name ssd brand? why?
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Are these any good? I can't seem to find any reviews. My kid needs a new SSD and it would be great.
Which one? P200 has the SM2258XT and the P210 the SM2259XT, DRAM-less controllers that are roughly comparable (2259 has better ECC). Utilized in the Crucial BX500 for example. Given the performance specs, might very well be QLC in the P210. Only really good for storage/games in my opinion. (the P200 may be TLC, but same deal)

The BX500 for its part had the SM2258XT and SM2259XT, also TLC (up to 960GB) and QLC (1-2TB), so these two SKUs seem to be a clone of that drive. Again, if you're dealing with high capacities here you don't really want they for a primary/OS drive.
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a no name ssd brand? why?
Neither Patriot or Mushkin are 'no name' brands. They've been in the flash-memory space for over 20 years, with Patriot being around for over 35 years. However, like many flash-memory sale companies, they don't make their own flash memory. Only a handful of companies do. See chart here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...ufacturers
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nope TLC, at least based on one review
https://www.tech-review.de/news-p...-ssds.html

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Which one? P200 has the SM2258XT and the P210 the SM2259XT, DRAM-less controllers that are roughly comparable (2259 has better ECC). Utilized in the Crucial BX500 for example. Given the performance specs, might very well be QLC in the P210. Only really good for storage/games in my opinion. (the P200 may be TLC, but same deal)

The BX500 for its part had the SM2258XT and SM2259XT, also TLC (up to 960GB) and QLC (1-2TB), so these two SKUs seem to be a clone of that drive. Again, if you're dealing with high capacities here you don't really want they for a primary/OS drive.
Patriot and Mushkin have been in the RAM and flash drive business since DDR days...
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Google search the SSD you're going to buy. People here can only help so much. These are the low end SSD's.
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nope TLC, at least based on one review
https://www.tech-review.de/news-p...-ssds.html [tech-review.de]
The P200 definitely has TLC - SM2258XT, 90K/80K IOPS. The P210 is using the SM2259XT but only 50K/50K. That all but implies QLC. That link didn't open the drive or even have the drive - it's easy to check with a utility. Of course, at lower capacities this might not be the case, with the example of the BX500 I gave (SM2258XT up to and including 480GB, TLC up to and including 960GB).

Example would be the 860 EVO - 100K/90K with TLC - versus the 870 QVO with 74K/42K (QLC mode), more or less the same controller and design otherwise. Haven't seen it opened/confirmed so can't say either way, however I would assume the worst if you're buying it at 1TB.
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Ummm with the same code you can get 1TB Crucial MX500 2.5" SSD @Newegg $93.14
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It is1024GB, not 1000GB like the Crucial BX500 series.

It gets really hot, like 129° F, 54° C. Again, not like Crucial BX500 series, which gets only up to 102° F, 39° C.
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