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Which SSD To Buy?

Broth3rz
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https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820250090

 

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820225109&ignorebbr=1

 

https://www.amazon.com/MyDigitalSSD-80mm-Express-PCIe-240GB/dp/B01M4OO1FT

 

The third one is the best and fastest? I think I should get that one? If the third one is the best why is everyone so crazy about the WD one?

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I would get the WD blue

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2 minutes ago, voiha said:

I would get the WD blue

Why though? It's SATA, not NVMe, so its slower.. others are same price which are NVMe, so they are faster?

 

The third one I read runs hot and I don't know if that would make an issue in the future.

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Get the Patriot. 

personally I've not even heard of the third brand...


 

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WD is a brand that most people trust completely. I personally don't recognize the other two brands, so I can't say if they're good or reliable or not. As far as speeds go, WD is SATA, but unless you're using the SSD for transferring files often, then it'll be fine. Considering you're looking at 250gb from what the links show, I imagine you're not using it as your main storage, or at least not for large video file transfer or anything. So SATA should be more than enough

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37 minutes ago, Broth3rz said:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820250090

 

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820225109&amp;ignorebbr=1

 

https://www.amazon.com/MyDigitalSSD-80mm-Express-PCIe-240GB/dp/B01M4OO1FT

 

The third one is the best and fastest? I think I should get that one? If the third one is the best why is everyone so crazy about the WD one?

Show me benchmarks.  Do you have any idea how easy it is to quote upto numbers when it may only perform at that speed for 5-10% of use.  People trust WD, they are HDD specialists and don't put their name to garbage.  WD have also stated they are putting a real effort into the flash market.

 

Patriot are kind of jack of all trade, they are okay.  3rd brand, no track record in the wider community, no idea about their warranty service or the reliability/quality of components used.

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What i am gonna right might be off topic but i m gonna right it already. Sometimes we cheap out  in the most valuable parts of our computer such as our Disks(which holds our personal data) and our PSUs which power our whole system in order to save money for other parts we think we need more. I am not saying this is your case but it is a very common thing in system builds.  

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I would get the third one as it is the only NVMe model and it uses MLC flash which is not only faster it also has a higher amount of times it can be written to compared to a TLC or  QLC SSD. I would also get that 4 year warranty since its under 3 bucks, just in case

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