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Still high price for 60gb, sticking to my hard drive, no BSOD and else biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by 996gt2 View Post

Exactly. If someone wanted an SSD that was fast and PROVEN to be reliable, I'd recommend the Samsung 830 or Plextor M3 in a heartbeat.
The Plextor M3 has a failure rate of 0.59%, and it's reported right there on Plextor's website. That 0.59% figure is in line with the failure rate of Intel's non-Sandforce drives, which is very impressive. Nobody really knows what the failure rate for these Sandforce based Intel drives is.

QFT. The only reason I got a Sandforce drive for my laptop was because it was a good $25 cheaper than anything else I could get and I was hitting a budget limit. Even then, I made sure to get one of the better brands for it..If I get issues I know Corsairs got my back, unlike OCZ who would likely pretend it was my fault.
    
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Plextor, Samsung, Intel, and Crucial are very reliable. Price point would be my decision maker between them right now. I got my SSD as a gift and my wife knew Intel and knew they were extremely reliable, so she went with it even though it was a little more pricey. I would feel comfortable with any of the SSD drives made by the companies above.
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