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TheManInTheSuite

Samsung 860 QVO 2TB or SanDisk Ultra 3D 2TB SSD?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

My SU635 240GB (shit SSD btw, not fast at all even when empty in the first place) doesn't show significant speed dip with my 1-3GB files until I hit about 80% usage, of which it can compete with a 5400RPM HDD and will still lose.

 

I didn't say you should buy the NVMe QLC drive, I just mention them to bash the 860 QVO. As a game storage most of its content can easily sit there for years, not good for less durable cells in the first place.

oof, that sounds rough-

So, the QVO is a bad choice in basically every aspect, or at least worse than the other option and or NVMe QLC SSDs- thank god i did get some advice- 

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5 minutes ago, TheManInTheSuite said:

oof, that sounds rough-

the only other option is a 60GB TLC SATA drive, so not as bad,


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

the only other option is a 60GB TLC SATA drive, so not as bad,

thing is, i bought a friend this SSD for 25€ because he needed an SSD as a main storage and OS Drive (his mainboard didn't like HDDs, it corrupted windows all the time, why 'tf it did that, we still don't know, i tried so many things other than replacing it because he didn't want to spend 65€ on another), well, he already told me "it's kinda slow" oh boi, when i tried it out- i didn't really knew anything about SSDs a few month back and thought "hey, it's definitely faster than those 7200rpm HHDs!" - though i can't tell if it's slower than a 5400RPM HDD, can't compare-

At least now i know a little bit- and now even more-  

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

the only other option is a 60GB TLC SATA drive, so not as bad,

but i'm pretty sure, both have neither DRAM nor are the TLC or QLC, or better said the controllers on the SU635 or that 60GB Drive good in any way.

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