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They both have same read and write speeds, same capacity, same IOPS... so what am i missing?

This one is 199.99
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226225

and this one is 118.99
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226236

Safe to assume that the latter is a better deal considering the price and the highest read/write speeds i have seen of any ssd?
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Deluxe has 34nm Toggle Nand, while the non-deluxe has slower 2xnm asynchronous Nand.

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can you explain that in common speak please? lmao
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The deluxe is faster, is rated for more write cycles (5000 vs. 3000], and has better Nand.

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The toggle NAND on the deluxe will get you 500+ MB/s reads while the asynchronous NAND on the non-deluxe will only get you 200MB/s reads with compressed data. and what Jocelyn84 said.
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The deluxe is faster, is rated for more write cycles (5000 vs. 3000], and has better Nand.
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so my question is.... is it worth the extra 80 bucks?

I have a mushkin callisto currently as a boot drive and have bf3 installed on it, so that pretty much takes up the whole 55 GB's of available space, and i want to buy another SSD for some of my STEAM games, especially since i play TOTAL WAR shogun 2 a lot, the load times on the HDD are kind slow.
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The toggle NAND on the deluxe will get you 500+ MB/s reads while the asynchronous NAND on the non-deluxe will only get you 200MB/s reads with compressed data. and what Jocelyn84 said.

so why does newegg have the listed with the same exact read and write speeds? False advertising?
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post #7 of 15
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can you explain that in common speak please? lmao

I think what they are really trying to say is that the Deluxe has a prettier picture. biggrin.gif
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The deluxe is faster, is rated for more write cycles (5000 vs. 3000], and has better Nand.
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so my question is.... is it worth the extra 80 bucks?

I have a mushkin callisto currently as a boot drive and have bf3 installed on it, so that pretty much takes up the whole 55 GB's of available space, and i want to buy another SSD for some of my STEAM games, especially since i play TOTAL WAR shogun 2 a lot, the load times on the HDD are kind slow.

No, get this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100011689&IsNodeId=1&Description=crucial%20m4&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=20

Or if you need an adapter :http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148525

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The toggle NAND on the deluxe will get you 500+ MB/s reads while the asynchronous NAND on the non-deluxe will only get you 200MB/s reads with compressed data. and what Jocelyn84 said.

so why does newegg have the listed with the same exact read and write speeds? False advertising?
nah, it gets 500MB/s with uncompressed data (not real usage in real world)

More info here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1179518/seans-ssd-buyers-guide-information-thread
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If you're fixed on Mushkin, I'd wait for this to come in stock - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226226
If you're fixed on Sandforce, I'd wait for a deal on a 2xnm Synchronous SSD (Mushkin makes none), like Kingston HyperX, Corsair Performance GT, Patriot Pyro SE, OCZ Vertex 3.
If you're not fixed on any of this, and this is what I'd personally recommend, I'd buy a Samsung 830, Plextor M3/M3P, Corsair Performance Pro, OCZ Vertex 4, or Crucial m4.

Edit:: I don't know where to throw Intel into the mix above, but they do belong there lol.
Edit 2: I agree with Sean. The prices are impossible to beat and Amazon has them priced similarly.

Edit3: lol thought that was a 256GB, sorry tongue.gif
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If you're fixed on Mushkin, I'd wait for this to come in stock - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226226
If you're fixed on Sandforce, I'd wait for a deal on a 2xnm Synchronous SSD (Mushkin makes none), like Kingston HyperX, Corsair Performance GT, Patriot Pyro SE, OCZ Vertex 3.
If you're not fixed on any of this, and this is what I'd personally recommend, I'd buy a Samsung 830, Plextor M3/M3P, Corsair Performance Pro, OCZ Vertex 4, or Crucial m4.

Edit:: I don't know where to throw Intel into the mix above, but they do belong there lol.
Edit 2: I agree with Sean. The prices are impossible to beat and Amazon has them priced similarly.

Only thing i am fixed on is having great read and write speeds, My current callisto has sustained read and write speeds of 270MB/s or so, i don't understand why people keep telling me crucial m4 when the write speed is a lousy 95MB/s which i probably get on my WD caviar black HDD.
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