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Team Group T-FORCE VULCAN G 2.5" 512GB SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) T253TG512G3C301 only $44.95 black friday deal 4 day deal.

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Advantages on the box:
Supports S.M.A.R.T
Support TRIM
I have a few more ideas for marketing:
Support reading data
Support writing data
Supports SATA 3
Supports NTFS
P.S. Still can't understand what is so special in this drive that makes it "gaming" (maybe RGB...lol)? Do I need to throw away my non-gaming PCI-E Samsung 970 SSD?
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Quote from OstJoker
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Advantages on the box:
Supports S.M.A.R.T
Support TRIM
I have a few more ideas for marketing:
Support reading data
Support writing data
Supports SATA 3
Supports NTFS
P.S. Still can't understand what is so special in this drive that makes it "gaming" (maybe RGB...lol)? Do I need to throw away my non-gaming PCI-E Samsung 970 SSD?
Funny enough I think both features (smart and trim) are optional per ATA spec. I don't think I've seen a drive that doesn't support them though.
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So far, having 10+ years of experience working in the IT department of a company with more than 500 computers, I haven't seen any HDD\SSD not supporting SMART.
All popular "A" brand SSDs support TRIM (last 5 years models for sure). I am not talking about Chinese noname models, etc.
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