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post #31 of 97
sinitricate - don't worry about it. Just a good and proper for SSD will go a long way.

Computurd: You said I was wrong - I am only saying what's from what I read out of SSD / NAND chip manufacturers' DATASHEET - they have tortured them all to get very good info of MTTF and infancy mortality, that way they could improve the quality and durability for us folks.
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post #32 of 97
here is some interesting reading on some endurance testing some of my buddies over on another site are doing...trying to kill different SSDs! some have over 400 TB written to them already, with no signs of dying

this is the latest chart, they have been writing non-stop for over a month now to a variety of SSDs. these things are unbelievably durable

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...e-25nm-Vs-34nm

if you go to the olast few pages there are updated graphs. amazing how durable they are.


@OP-sorry for derail. back on topic! i would recommend an M4 or a Intel.
Edited by Computurd - 8/14/11 at 12:54am
post #33 of 97
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sinitricate - don't worry about it. Just a good and proper for SSD will go a long way.

Computurd: You said I was wrong - I am only saying what's from what I read out of SSD / NAND chip manufacturers' DATASHEET - they have tortured them all to get very good info of MTTF and infancy mortality, that way they could improve the quality and durability for us folks.
What experience do you have with SSDs? I'm talking about actual hands-on experience.

I own 2, and they are never warm.
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@Zerogmaer--yes, i would not recommend a SF at this time. Too many BSOD issues. M4 or Intel 320 would be my recommendation.
another big issue is that SF have a 'floating point of performance' with compressible/incompressible data, and severe write throttling.
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You are the first person that Ive seen that says heat with SSDs is a problem. That goes against everything, since SSDs dont have any moving parts and they use LESS POWER than HDDs. How on earth would they create more heat?
    
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curcial m4?
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Answer my question, Dr. Mario.
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curcial m4?
DO IT!
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