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Sorry for the mixup with TLC and SLC NAND.

I did a compare of drives that were recommended and decided on the seagate 600 480GB. The capacity just wins here and I guess this is what REALLY pushes the amount of writes into infinity so it works out.
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Very good choice.
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How is the performance of that Seagate though?
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How is the performance of that Seagate though?


real good.

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Is this new intel overclocked SSD any good?
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real good.

Is it considered the best SSD now?
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Very excited to receive the Seagate 600.

The only thing I have to compare to is a crucial M4 64GB. Almost expecting a night and day difference, and if not I am still baffled by the cost for capacity.
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real good.

Is it considered the best SSD now?

no

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Very excited to receive the Seagate 600.

The only thing I have to compare to is a crucial M4 64GB. Almost expecting a night and day difference, and if not I am still baffled by the cost for capacity.


You shouldn't lol.

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Very excited to receive the Seagate 600.


The only thing I have to compare to is a crucial M4 64GB. Almost expecting a night and day difference, and if not I am still baffled by the cost for capacity.


You shouldn't lol.
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I know... At least read speeds should be significantly faster yeah?
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