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Is TLC SSD okay for booting and photoshop?

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Hello everyone,

I recently bought a pc with built-in m2 tlc ssd (128gb) 

I5 7600 8gb and 1tb 7200.

The main purpose of this rig is to use it for photoshop everyday all year long , and it also involves lot of deleting..

 

Do you guys think it is ideal for the usage mentioned or do you guys want me to spend some bucks to buy a new mlc 3d nand or a mlc ssd. 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, vinaytrex said:

At least 300 mb writing and deleting a day. 

It's a hp desktop, it's doesn't say anything about the ssd`s company. 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05577914

give me the name in device manager

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4 minutes ago, vinaytrex said:

It will be shipped this Friday.. 

 

But it's this one http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp-128-gb-tlc-2280-m2-solid-state-drive

It should be fine, but you wont know till its in your hands and you can read exactly what it is. The included photo doesn't match the specs provided.

 

Hopefully you didn't pay anywhere near that price :/

 

What motherboard do you have, so I can quickly confirm compatibility?

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Its h270 from lubin.. 

 

Well that's not my question... 

 

 

I'm mainly worried about ssd being TLC. 

If that's not good.. I want to add or switch with a new M2 or sata ssd. 

 

I'm sorry if I'm not clear with the question. 

 

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5 minutes ago, vinaytrex said:

Its h270 from lubin.. 

 

Well that's not my question... 

 

 

I'm mainly worried about ssd being TLC. 

If that's not good.. I want to add or switch with a new M2 or sata ssd. 

 

I'm sorry if I'm not clear with the question. 

 

The SSD could be 3D-TLC or just normal TLC, i cant tell without a model number.

 

HP uses a lot of samsung drives, so it could be either.

 

300MB a day is tiny for any SSD.

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Can you guide me through the whole process of installing windows in SSD?
i already have UEFI windows on a thumb drive.

is it similar to the traditional process or do i have to do any changes

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