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240 GB Mushkin Enhanced ECO3 2.5" SATA III TLC Internal SSD for $54.99 AC, 1 TB Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal SSD for $209.99 AC & More @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by jersharocks August 26, 2016 at 08:31 AM
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

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Wow, I did not know that they made a 10 TB Hard Drive. Thanks TDMVP for sharing.
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just got this in the email,
Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 2.5" 1TB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MKNSSDRE1TB $250 with promo code ESCEMGH28 $210
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820226596

for anyone who miss the deal last time on newegg via ebay $200.
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51 questions and 249 answer....

yet there is 0 reviews on this item.

I love Newegg, but the product page for this SSD seems very fishy to me? Smilie
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I've been waiting and waiting and waiting for the Samsung 850 evo to come down to this price point. Would get this Mushkin but looking at the 1 eggs, it has some reliability issues. Anyone have other thoughts?

Quote from cookiereceipt View Post :
51 questions and 249 answer....

yet there is 0 reviews on this item.

I love Newegg, but the product page for this SSD seems very fishy to me? Smilie
Huh? No reviews?? There are 162 of them.....
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Last edited by tigerjohn August 23, 2016 at 09:05 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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that's a pretty good price on the Sandisk x400.

I'm looking for a m.2 version to replace my 512gb I'm using now in one of my laptops, but if you need a 2.5" one this is the best price I've seen in months. A solid buy vs Samsung IMO...

Here's a new review published today on Tom's...
http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...695-3.html

Also note, the listing says "OEM" version, which I'm guessing probably means in this case you won't see retail packaging and it may not be as pretty.
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Last edited by xcopy August 23, 2016 at 09:51 AM.
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Wow, I did not know that they made a 10 TB Hard Drive. Thanks TDMVP for sharing.

OK, let's get the Seagate comments/jokes about 10TB of data gone in a flash out of the way.

Unfortunately it's true and can happen to anyone, any time. To those thinking of buying this, you should buy two, or at a minimum have 10TB of reliable space else where to mirror what's on this drive.
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Is the 500GB Crucial MX200 a good buy?

The MX300 TLC 525GB is cheaper at $130.

EDIT: So it looks like MLC is better at reliability and write speeds, which would explain the cost?
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Last edited by ck1109 August 23, 2016 at 11:26 AM.

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Quote from ggetts View Post :
Wow, I did not know that they made a 10 TB Hard Drive. Thanks TDMVP for sharing.

i didn't know there's 275gb crucial ssd
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#10
plextor one looks good
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Is the 240 GB Mushkin Enhanced ECO3 good?
thanks
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Took a little bit of searching but X400 has a 5 year warranty which is well worth it over the mushkin at this point. If I was building a new system I would be sold. I know its TLC vs MLC, but still I think the warranty period makes it worth it.
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Is the 240 GB Mushkin Enhanced ECO3 good?
thanks
Depending on the usage, if your just going to be surfing the web and accessing programs you should be fine. If your going to be constantly filling up the drive with new content, then deleting and then adding new stuff I would probably pass. Honestly this would probably even work well as a steam drive. I have used TLC's in the past as steam drives and OS drives no problems. I usually get drives with 3+ year warranty just for that reason cause I know I will have to swap it in that time frame with my heavy usage.
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Quote from ck1109 View Post :
Is the 500GB Crucial MX200 a good buy?

The MX300 TLC 525GB is cheaper at $130.

EDIT: So it looks like MLC is better at reliability and write speeds, which would explain the cost?
Yes that is correct, MLC have double to sometimes triple the average amount of writes per cell maxing out at 10k writes per cell. Compared to TLC which is 3k-5k. I buy both depending on price, warranty, and storage needs.
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Quote from PeteyTheStriker View Post :
Depending on the usage, if your just going to be surfing the web and accessing programs you should be fine. If your going to be constantly filling up the drive with new content, then deleting and then adding new stuff I would probably pass. Honestly this would probably even work well as a steam drive. I have used TLC's in the past as steam drives and OS drives no problems. I usually get drives with 3+ year warranty just for that reason cause I know I will have to swap it in that time frame with my heavy usage.
I just need a ssd for my htpc, and I guess this one should be good for the money. thanks a lot
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