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  1. Joined : Jul 2014
    Serbia
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       20 Apr 2016 #11

    The way it is right now with SSDs is that brand matters only for high end drives while at consumer grade most are about same quality and speeds. It's quite safe to go for consumer grade (read as cheaper ones) of let's say 240GB as opposed to 120 "Big brand name" of same price.
    Durability is not big concern any more, even lesser brands give 5 year warranty on their SSDs. Another thing, there's very few factories that make chips and controllers for SSDs so it's very likely some more expensive SSDs contain same electronics as cheaper ones.
    It's also very likely that anything you buy now will be obsolete in a couple/ few years time and today's SSD will surely last that long before you look for something "New and improved".
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  2. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 1,962
    Windows 7
       20 Apr 2016 #12

    I would not be amazed if all the SSDs came from the same factories like the HDDs do.
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  3. Joined : Feb 2016
    Posts : 168
    Windows 10 Home
       20 Apr 2016 #13

    I have both a Samsung EVO 500gig and an Intel 128gig.
    I have not had any issues with either fast and reliable.
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  4. Joined : Feb 2016
    Posts : 168
    Windows 10 Home
       20 Apr 2016 #14

    CountMike said: View Post
    The way it is right now with SSDs is that brand matters only for high end drives while at consumer grade most are about same quality and speeds. It's quite safe to go for consumer grade (read as cheaper ones) of let's say 240GB as opposed to 120 "Big brand name" of same price.
    Durability is not big concern any more, even lesser brands give 5 year warranty on their SSDs. Another thing, there's very few factories that make chips and controllers for SSDs so it's very likely some more expensive SSDs contain same electronics as cheaper ones.
    It's also very likely that anything you buy now will be obsolete in a couple/ few years time and today's SSD will surely last that long before you look for something "New and improved".
    Agree good advice, this stuff is obsolete as soon as its driven off the shelf
    to borrow a car analogy.
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  5. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 1,962
    Windows 7
       20 Apr 2016 #15

    But with that logic you will never buy anything. Even the bread you buy is most likely from yesterday or even older - unless you live in France and have a bakery around the corner.
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  6. Joined : Jun 2015
    Posts : 528
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       20 Apr 2016 #16

    I recently changed my HD for an SSD, I bought OCZ 240GB (Part of Toshiba) so far very pleased with the performance. As for reliabilty only been installed about a week, so fingers crossed.
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  7. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 1,962
    Windows 7
       20 Apr 2016 #17

    I own a few OCZs. Except for one they have all held up. And the defunct one was replaced by OCZ. It is sitting on the shelf since appr. 6 months - together with another one (Crucial). What do you do with surplus SSDs. All my systems already run on SSDs.
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  8. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 1,391
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       20 Apr 2016 #18

    Hi,

    As for reliabilty only been installed about a week, so fingers crossed.
    My old SATA II OCZ is still rated at 100% after 8 years of use.
    For what it's worth, you should see the box and packaging that came in. Like a piece of jewelry.

    Cheers,
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  9. Joined : Feb 2016
    Posts : 168
    Windows 10 Home
       20 Apr 2016 #19

    whs said: View Post
    But with that logic you will never buy anything. Even the bread you buy is most likely from yesterday or even older - unless you live in France and have a bakery around the corner.
    Not really bread is consumed so once eaten its gone, computers will last forever.
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  10. Joined : Jul 2014
    Serbia
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    All kinds
       21 Apr 2016 #20

    whs said: View Post
    But with that logic you will never buy anything. Even the bread you buy is most likely from yesterday or even older - unless you live in France and have a bakery around the corner.
    Not really, just one more reason to get a best buy now and not to dwell on brands etc.
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