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2TB Team Group EX2 2.5" SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg has 2TB Team Group EX2 2.5" SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (T253E2002T0C101) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.
  • Note: This item is backordered but can still be ordered. Release Date: 10/12/2022.
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  • Read/write speed reaches up to 550MB/520MB
  • MTBF: 1,000,000 hours
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty

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Is 2022 the year of SSD DRAM being the deciding factor on a purchase?

Seriously though, I don't know if it really matters much on SATA SSDs as they are pretty limited by the SATA bus. You notice the slower right speeds more on an NVME drive.
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Brand Team Group
Series EX2
Model T253E2002T0C101
Device Type Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Used For Consumer
Details
Form Factor 2.5"
Capacity 2TB
Memory Components 3D NAND
Interface SATA III
Performance
Max Sequential Read Up to 550 MBps
Max Sequential Write Up to 520 MBps
Terabytes Written (TBW) 1600TB
MTBF 1,000,000 hours

https://www.newegg.com/team-group...s-_-N82E16
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Peeyouu it's newegg
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I'm unclear which is the better model -- EX2 or AX2 and what's the difference?
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ok, i am going to ask it before someone else faster than me Big Grin




dram?
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Would this fail quickly or run poorly when full when used as a SSD in a NVR. Specifically the Ubiquiti Cloud Key Gen2?
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I'm unclear which is the better model -- EX2 or AX2 and what's the difference?
Ex2 has slightly faster read speeds I think.. like 520mbit vs 480mbit
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Peeyouu it's newegg
I'm always hearing bad things about Newegg, guess my only 2 orders I've been lucky
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I'm always hearing bad things about Newegg, guess my only 2 orders I've been lucky
Not so much as about orders this time. They just have sketchy business models.

Lol like selling their overstocked inventory of DDR4 ram with a mobo that uses DDR5 only ram LMAOhttps://youtu.be/YWBDN2x0Lho?t=181
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Not so much as about orders this time. They just have sketchy business models.

Lol like selling their overstocked inventory of DDR4 ram with a mobo that uses DDR5 only ram LMAOhttps://youtu.be/YWBDN2x0Lho?t=181
Well that makes sense lol
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Would this fail quickly or run poorly when full when used as a SSD in a NVR. Specifically the Ubiquiti Cloud Key Gen2?
DVRs/NVRs are a particularly bad usage case for any SSD, as they are constantly writing. I once calculated that it would only take a few months for my Tivo to burn through the warranted endurance of a particular SSD. Of course, that doesn't mean it would actually fail that soon.
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Filtered reviews for this drive say it's slow.. hard pass
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I dunno. The 2TB drive seems to have VERY good endurance (1.6K TBW I believe is a LOT even for a 2TB drive) so even if it's slow, I think this has its uses for storage.
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