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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello guys, just wanted to share, ordered chinese SSD from aliexpress for 64eur, which is around 70$. It's called "Suntrsi" they have their own official shop on aliexpress with micro sd card, flash drives and etc. So i give it a shot. I think speed is decent for that price and amount of memory. I am not promoting them, just sharing that ssd's are extremely cheap now :) 

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fill it up and test it again

 

you'll probably be disappointed


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Complete BS, I can't remember how it's done but LTT made a video about how these SD cards/SSDs fake capacities.

 

It's probably only 128GB or maybe 256GB.


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We have right now the Kingston 960GB SSD in germany for 88 Euro sale price. This is very cheap. I wouldn't trust a chinese shop over this lol


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Try fill it up to 500GB and see how fast it still is. I'm impressed if it still has half the speed


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Hip said:

We have right now the Kingston 960GB SSD in germany for 88 Euro sale price. This is very cheap. I wouldn't trust a chinese shop over this lol

we will see, so far nothing wrong, and that chinese brand has ISO certification and 3years warranty. There is nothing wrong with those ssd's , there is always feedback about them. You only need to choose correctly

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

Try fill it up to 500GB and see how fast it still is. I'm impressed if it still has half the speed

filling it up now, doesn't really matter if it going to be slower, for that price. It's still a good deal :) Bought two years ago sandisk 480gb ssd from tech shop in my country for 154eur and it was cheapest one at the moment. So considering price i got this one. It's fine. Ill post some results after i fill it fully

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Posted · Original PosterOP
29 minutes ago, kelvinhall05 said:

Complete BS, I can't remember how it's done but LTT made a video about how these SD cards/SSDs fake capacities.

 

It's probably only 128GB or maybe 256GB.

not really, Linus showed on purpose random micro sd cards with fake capacity. But he never explained how to choose correctly and not get scammed. I bought SSD from trusted seller who had his shop opened for 6years on aliexpress platform, it has own brand, has great feedback. Provides warranty and even if i got faulty one, full refund is guaranteed anyway :) Been buying stuff on aliexpress for couple years, i wasn't dissapointed and scammed and even when i had some small issues, seller always offered solution :) Ill post more results about this SSD in the future, when i fill it up. 

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The read/write speeds may be a faked one (which may change later on with load). Try it out multiple times and it's impressive for that price if the speed remains the same. I don't that'd happen as discussed in tekhattan's comparison, SSD with close to 550 MB/s read/write speed costs more. The Samsung 860 EVO which typically writes at a speed of 520 MB/s starts at a flat rate of $58. Considering the fact that this is a new company you've spotted on aliexpress. There's an equal chance for this to be genuine or a faulty SSD. Maybe, they're ranging out a new innovative model at affordable prices or it's faking you with such erroneous transfer rates. 

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