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That's a very limited selection of acceptable SSDs. The way you go on, you'd think that non-Samsung MLC and non-Crucial drives do nothing but crash all the time. rolleyes.gif

Mind you, while it might be rare even Samsung SSDs are not immune to crashes and dropping out. Some of Crucial's recent firmware releases for the m4 are also unstable in certain configurations rolleyes.gif

Myes I suppose when you look at it like that it might come over confusiong tongue.gif

What I meant is that the 2 I mentioned are the 2 ones I already worked with and had no problems so far... (and I chose those 2 because I've did my homework and read a lot of comparisons/other users comments/info/threads/websites etc about those 2... including the crashes they also are vulnerable of...

So I was giving advice of my own expierience (but taken care of the other users/websites/test/.... in mind)
   
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The SandForce issues have been fully fixed for a very long time now, I don't see why one should avoid their materials.

I know that. I've got a number of SF-2200 drives myself (SanDisk Extreme 240GB & 480GB, OCZ Vertex 3 120GB, Intel 330 240GB). For someone ultra-conservative though, Intel's a pretty sure bet.
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Just googling about SSD and BSOD, almost SSD on my shortlist can be BSOD except ADATA Premiere Pro SP900 SSD AFAIK (because I googling about ADATA SSD BSOD not founded). Even Samsung 830 and Crucial m4 can get BSOD!

Is ADATA Premiere Pro SP900 256GB good for me for extra 16GB?

EDIT: I think BSOD happen because the outdated driver, so I should install latest driver from internet (not bothered from CD).
Edited by northernosprey - 5/10/13 at 7:03pm
 
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post #14 of 33
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Just googling about SSD and BSOD, almost SSD on my shortlist can be BSOD except ADATA Premiere Pro SP900 SSD AFAIK (because I googling about ADATA SSD BSOD not founded). Even Samsung 830 and Crucial m4 can get BSOD!

Lol, most likely, the reason you didn't see BSOD reports on the ADATA is because there aren't a lot of people using it. tongue.gif

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Is ADATA Premiere Pro SP900 256GB good for me for extra 16GB?

Not really. All those SSDs have 256GiB of NAND. The 240GB models just use extra NAND for OP and/or RAISE (kind of like RAID-4/5 parity). In any case, you'd really only want to use around 200~215GiB of any 240-256GB SSD and leave the rest of the space free (15~20%) else you might run into performance issues.
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post #15 of 33
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So Intel 330 Series does matter? Doesn't fast as Kingston HyperX 3K and reliable than other (and I think not so much than Samsung).

Even OCZ Agility 3 faster than Intel 330 Series, Intel 330 Series more reliable. OCZ Agility 3 had an accident later tongue.gifsmile.gif

Take it Toyota cars that's more reliable and friendly for me rather go to Ferrari that make me dizzy and crashed. smile.gif
Edited by northernosprey - 5/10/13 at 9:23pm
 
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So Intel 330 Series does matter? Doesn't fast as Kingston HyperX 3K and reliable than other (and I think not so much than Samsung).

Even OCZ Agility 3 faster than Intel 330 Series, Intel 330 Series more reliable. OCZ Agility 3 had an accident later tongue.gifsmile.gif

Take it Toyota cars that's more reliable and friendly for me rather go to Ferrari that make me dizzy and crashed. smile.gif

Pretty sure the Intel 330 beats the OCZ Agility 3 in terms of performance. Think of the OCZ Agility 3 as being similar to the $2,500 Tata NANO - it's the slowest and potentially most unreliable among that bunch. Among the choices listed, you'd want to get either the Kingston HyperX 3K or Intel 330. Just get whichever's cheaper or offers better customer service/warranty support in your country. Real-world use, you won't notice a difference.
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post #17 of 33
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Even OCZ Agility 3 faster than Intel 330 Series, Intel 330 Series more reliable. OCZ Agility 3 had an accident later tongue.gifsmile.gif

OMG, I would take an Intel 330 before an OCZ Agility any time! The Agility 3 uses asynchronous NAND, the cheapest and slowest type used in SSDs, and for that reason alone it is out of consideration.

The Intel 330 is slower than the Agility 3? I hope that was a joke or sarcasm... kookoo.gif
post #18 of 33
I don't see any need to use more space for "free space" over and above what is built into the drive.

I have tried it both ways and have seen no difference whatsoever in terms of performance.

It was I suspect a good idea on earlier gens of ssd's.
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Not really. All those SSDs have 256GiB of NAND. The 240GB models just use extra NAND for OP and/or RAISE (kind of like RAID-4/5 parity). In any case, you'd really only want to use around 200~215GiB of any 240-256GB SSD and leave the rest of the space free (15~20%) else you might run into performance issues.

Not really, it uses RAISE. More info here:
http://www.rwlabs.com/article.php?id=640
Edited by adridu59 - 5/11/13 at 12:19am
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Not really, it uses RAISE. More info here:
http://www.rwlabs.com/article.php?id=640

I know what RAISE is. You'll notice I said OP and/or RAISE in my previous post. The Kingston HyperX 3K has RAISE enabled. The Intel 330, I'm not so sure. I remember Intel disabled RAISE in the 520 so they can increase OP since they cherry pick the NAND anyway (which lessens the need for RAISE). Not so sure if they have it disabled on the Intel 330, too. For obvious reasons, the ADATA SP900 has RAISE disabled.
Edited by rui-no-onna - 5/11/13 at 10:41pm
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