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question about cheap ssd drive ?

DZRobot
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hey

i need an ssd drive to use it for system drive, i found a new PNY CS900  in cheap price and i am not aware about it's quality.

it is PNY Offer Good quality ssd ?

the model is PNY CS900 120 GB

 

 

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17 minutes ago, DZRobot said:

hey

i need an ssd drive to use it for system drive, i found a new PNY CS900  in cheap price and i am not aware about it's quality.

it is PNY Offer Good quality ssd ?

the model is PNY CS900 120 GB

 

 

It's good enough, used it for a few months before upgrading to an m.2. 

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27 minutes ago, DZRobot said:

hey

i need an ssd drive to use it for system drive, i found a new PNY CS900  in cheap price and i am not aware about it's quality.

it is PNY Offer Good quality ssd ?

the model is PNY CS900 120 GB

 

 

It's a DRAMless SSD so depending on the price, you might want to look elsewhere. But PNY in general while not as popular as Samsung or Kingston, are still a reputable brand. 

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Personally, I use ADATA because the manufacturer of their chips is the same as Samsung's (or so I hear).

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33 minutes ago, dj_ripcord said:

Personally, I use ADATA because the manufacturer of their chips is the same as Samsung's (or so I hear).

So Samsung NAND? Can't imagine Samsung using anything else for their own SSDs. That would be weird to say the least. 

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