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Originally Posted by GEEKICON View Post

I heard the new samsung 840 models are not better then the old 830 model. So am just looking around if i can find a good deal on a samsung 830 256gb or higher or probably go with a m4 256gb. I only use my ssd for os and games. But with a small 128gb i have to delete games to install new games that's driving me a bit crazy lol

840 Pro dominates the 830. 840 non-pro is slightly better than the 830, but uses TLC rather than MLC which may or may not be an issue with regards to longevity.
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I remember hearing similar but I think it was the normal 840 series that's slower or on par and the 840 pro series that's a bit faster overall than the 830.

I cleared my drives not so long ago so only games in circulation for me are Bioshock Inf, Tomb Raider, Chivalry and DS3 (when I get around to downloading it). I'd say 256gb is a comfortable space if you're not keeping everything you install.

I hared that the samsung 840 and pro uses tlc nand which if you write 30gb worth of file every day it will last you 3 years or so. Not saying am gonna write that much data every day. But its not as reliable as the mlc nand. That's why am looking for the old 830 model. Which sell's for more then the new pro version. But hopefully i find a good deal on one. I keep every thing on my external hard drives. So i guess i should be ok with the 256gb one. Plus i'll have the os on the 128gb one
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post #3834 of 6172
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I hared that the samsung 840 and pro uses tlc nand which if you write 30gb worth of file every day it will last you 3 years or so. Not saying am gonna write that much data every day. But its not as reliable as the mlc nand. That's why am looking for the old 830 model. Which sell's for more then the new pro version. But hopefully i find a good deal on one. I keep every thing on my external hard drives. So i guess i should be ok with the 256gb one. Plus i'll have the os on the 128gb one

Non-pro uses TLC. Pro uses MLC just like the 830 does.
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post #3835 of 6172
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Damn then i guess i probably need to get a bigger ssd or use the 128gb just for os and stuff. And get a 256gb one just for a few games

If you have SATA ports for two SSD´s go that way the reason i cant do that is that i have x4 SATA III ports and i am using 3 of those and i might need the last one so i would rather go with one big SSD over 2 smaller ones and then have a SATA III port i can use later

The only complaint i have with the Asus Rampage IV Extreme is that is has 8x SATA ports but only half is SATA III the other half if SATA II

The Rampage V Extreme needs 6x or more SATA III ports

Is the Samsung 840 500 GB worth it or sould i go with the pro version?
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Non-pro uses TLC. Pro uses MLC just like the 830 does.

I didn't know that. Thanks for letting me know. I just might go for the pro version then
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If you have SATA ports for two SSD´s go that way the reason i cant do that is that i have x4 SATA III ports and i am using 3 of those and i might need the last one so i would rather go with one big SSD over 2 smaller ones and then have a SATA III port i can use later

The only complaint i have with the Asus Rampage IV Extreme is that is has 8x SATA ports but only half is SATA III the other half if SATA II

The Rampage V Extreme needs 6x or more SATA III ports

Is the Samsung 840 500 GB worth it or sould i go with the pro version?

Go with the pro version since zinfinion is saying it uses MLC that's better then TLC nand
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Go with the pro version since zinfinion is saying it uses MLC that's better then TLC nand

Its also more then i would normaly pay is it worth that amount extra its 1000 danish more for the pro version

1000 kr = 173$ US
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Its also more then i would normaly pay is it worth that amount extra its 1000 danish more for the pro version

1000 kr = 173$ US

I know it's more expansive but 840 uses the new TLC nand and 840 pro use the MLC nand memory which is better for sure for reliability. If it was me i wont go for the TLC one. That's why i was looking for the 830 model but now since i now know the pro uses MLC i would go for that one or if i find a good deal on the 830 i would go for that one
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For me reliability is more important then super speeds i would like the Intel 600 GB one cant recall which model but that one is old slow and costs as much as a small house
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