Well, I'm planning to get this Pioneer APS-SL3 SSD, yet I'm confused of should I get the 512GB capacity but.. Potentially not having any kind of over-provisioning since it's basically a NAND flash size of square by 2, right?
I tend to need more reliability than space nowadays. And don't tell of another recommendation as the budget's enough only for the range of this SSD. I'll use it for secondary storage, mostly apps and games.
There is still overprovisioning, since NAND flash chips are fabricated in binary multiples; so the actual chip capacity might be 512 GiB (512 × 1024³ or 549,755,814,888 B) while the usable capacity is set to 512 GB (512,000,000,000 B).