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How is it pointless? An ssd is an ssd and much better than a hard drive. Good storage drive for games and such.
Probably mediocre but one of, if not the cheapest 1TB SSDs I've ever seen.
NAND endurance is overblown. This drive (at 1TB) is rated for 240TBW. The average computer probably writes less than 50 GB a day on average. At 50 GB a day, that's 13 years of NAND endurance. You can do the math for more frequent writes. Obviously, if you intend to write a lot, this is not the drive for you. But it's well within acceptable bounds for the average user.

Aside from the endurance part, I don't think any particular "reputable" or not drives are more or less likely to fail. SSDs are basically a commodity these days. They're made from a controller, from one of about five companies who make controllers, NAND flash, from one of about five companies that make those, and optionally, DRAM, from one of around three companies that make that. Slap it together with the reference firmware, and you've got a SSD. So to think that a "reputable" company would make more reliable SSDs, when they're all thrown together from the same parts bin...

Of course, there are a couple companies who roll in-house controller designs, like Samsung and WD (and probably more I don't remember), but everyone else pulls from the same parts bin.

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Probably mediocre but one of, if not the cheapest 1TB SSDs I've ever seen.
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Probably mediocre but one of, if not the cheapest 1TB SSDs I've ever seen.
What makes an ssd mediocre?
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What makes an ssd mediocre?
Well, I'd be worried about reliability. But besides that, it's just a super basic SSD. SATA, No DRAM, etc. Nothing wrong with it if you trust its reliability.
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I agree it's a good price if you need it but without dram it's kind of pointless.
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I agree it's a good price if you need it but without dram it's kind of pointless.
How is it pointless? An ssd is an ssd and much better than a hard drive. Good storage drive for games and such.
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How is it pointless? An ssd is an ssd and much better than a hard drive. Good storage drive for games and such.
Out of all the ssds I have installed in clients builds. This is like four or five hundred. The dramless ones failed most often
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Seems good enough for game storage. This ended up being a great deal for me with the amazon $10 promo code that applied bringing the drive down to 53 plus tax.
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Perhaps this SSD has no DRAM, and the controller is known as the SM2258XT. The performance of the SM2258XT controller is very poor. However, a very cheap SSD is a big advantage.
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not bad. in for one.
just a fun fact, the cheapest 2.5 inch 1T HDD is current about 50 dollars. why do they even bother making those crap when ssd can be hand for about 10 dollar more is beyond me.
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Out of all the ssds I have installed in clients builds. This is like four or five hundred. The dramless ones failed most often
Funny, I've also installed hundreds of different types of SSDs in builds and found the majority of them are very reliable outside of a few specific drives.
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Want one for my ps4 pro but could not find one review for this particular model. I'll save my money for a better deal on a better brand during black friday
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Funny, I've also installed hundreds of different types of SSDs in builds and found the majority of them are very reliable outside of a few specific drives.
Glad to know you had better luck then me. I have done 42 rmas with team group on ssds lol. All dramless.
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Want one for my ps4 pro but could not find one review for this particular model. I'll save my money for a better deal on a better brand during black friday
Well you dont get charged until it ships. You can purchase it and keep looking.
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