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1TB Crucial BX500 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg has 1TB Crucial BX500 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive (CT100BX500SSD1) on sale for $99.99 - Extra $20 Off w/ promo code 93XPU25 (apply in cart) = $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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I have a 512gb NVME on my new hackintosh build. Was maybe looking for a 1tb drive to split into two partitions, one for time machine, and the other for media files/random storage.

Would this be a good drive for that? I have two WD green 2tb drives to transfer into the build, but one I think is failing and the other is about as old. Just wondering if the dramless thing would be a killer for time machine. I guess it would be faster than a mechanical drive.
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agree with the prev post #45, what you're experiencing is not DRAM vs DRAM-less

but more likely 120GB/240GB vs 1TB - smaller capacity SSD have fewer pathways to write data so they bog down as they get near full - especially if you have pagefile allocated on the drive as well.

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Would have been tempted with this thing if it had DRAM, I have a WD green and it's somewhat infuriating as you can feel that it is reasonably fast enough at times, yet when it comes to certain tasks like copying lots of small files or working on updates, it's very noticeably slower than something like a Samsung 850 Evo. So consider me scarred for life against DRAM-less drives. But I guess it's a sign of the prices to come? ������
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