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Inland Platinum 1TB SSD NVMe PCIe Gen 3.0x4 M.2 2280 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive $99.99 at Amazon

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Micro Center via Amazon [amazon.com] has the Inland Platinum 1TB SSD NVMe PCIe Gen 3.0x4 M.2 2280 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive $99.99. Shipping is free.
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What is the tbw of this 1TB ssd? Is 100TBW Correct? Isn't that low?
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What is the tbw of this 1TB ssd? Is 100TBW Correct? Isn't that low?
Yes, 100TBW is accurate, and yes, frighteningly low.
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Just FYI, this is standard price on Amazon ($99.99) and has been even cheaper as of a month ago.
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Yes, 100TBW is accurate, and yes, frighteningly low.
Pretty good deal for a game/media drive, though.
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This is the only brand of SSD I have had fail on me. They did replace with an RMA however. Would pick another brand.
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Any real gamer will not pick this one. SN750/850 or Samsung series are much better even they are 20-50 bucks more. But gamer will not sacrifice the performance for the price difference

Oh whoops, I didn't realize being a "real gamer" meant throwing money at unnecessary specs.
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QLC. Go for the Premium one which is TLC.
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Yeah. When you load gta or something else you'll know

https://linustechtips.com/topic/1...-sata-ssd/
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Any real gamer will not pick this one. SN750/850 or Samsung series are much better even they are 20-50 bucks more. But gamer will not sacrifice the performance for the price difference
stop spreading FUD and misinformation
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What is the tbw of this 1TB ssd? Is 100TBW Correct? Isn't that low?
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Yes, 100TBW is accurate, and yes, frighteningly low.
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Pretty good deal for a game/media drive, though.
it is quite low relatively speaking - their premium line is like 1,600TBW.

however, 100TBW is basically 10tb written per year for 10 years. using it as a game drive, i definitely don't install 10tb worth of games in a year (i wish i had the time to play that many games).

not many people will keep an ssd for 10 years (outdated specs in terms of capacity and speed, as well as potential failure of other parts of the ssd).

so depending on the use case, 100tbw is fine. if you're a professional that constantly transfers data, then i'd recommend a higher tier ssd (pcie gen 4).

also note that tbw isn't necessarily an indicator of reliability, as it's not a guaranteed spec and use-case varies by person. MTBF is probably a better measure, but i don't feel like researching MTBF between different drives right now.
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Yeah. Just go get one. I won't let this ruin my buildSmilie

I have 4 machines with nvme drives. I'm all set.
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