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It seems that the Samsumgs 840 PRO are price falling.

Take a look to them. Really Really nice SSD.


Now i'm using an 120GB Corsair Neutron, there are a 240GB version too.

Recommend it.
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Originally Posted by Scott1541 View Post

Cheaper isn't always better.

If I had to choose out of those I would choose the Intel though. Out of all brands Samsung would be at the top of my list though wink.gif

What he said thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Xan-Z View Post

It seems that the Samsumgs 840 PRO are price falling.

Take a look to them. Really Really nice SSD.


Now i'm using an 120GB Corsair Neutron, there are a 240GB version too.

Recommend it.

256GB Corsair Neutron's just came out @ $199 using the newer 19nm process (18nm?)

They've been getting good reviews.
    
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256GB Corsair Neutron's just came out @ $199 using the newer 19nm process (18nm?)

They've been getting good reviews.

OP's buying in India. Availability/price probably isn't as good as the drives he listed.
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OP's buying in India. Availability/price probably isn't as good as the drives he listed.
Please google where "Padang, Indonesia" is....

@OP go for the Intel drive mentioned.
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post #27 of 33
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Eh? Not I'm live in Indonesia? (Ironman517 just warn him). Corsair Neutron was available in my country but expensive.

Why some SSD sell cheaper in my country than in US was expensive?

EDIT: @IronMan517, even it slower. but I want for speed. Intel 335 series 240GB price slightly expensive than 330, is it die-shrink version? What is benefit over 330?
Edited by northernosprey - 5/13/13 at 7:17am
 
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Originally Posted by northernosprey View Post

Eh? Not I'm live in Indonesia? (Ironman517 just warn him). Corsair Neutron was available in my country but expensive.

Why some SSD sell cheaper in my country than in US was expensive?

EDIT: @IronMan517, even it slower. but I want for speed. Intel 335 series 240GB price slightly expensive than 330, is it die-shrink version? What is benefit over 330?

Intel drives, even their sandforce ones, are known for their stability. The difference in SSD speeds are not noticeable unless you are doing heavy IO tasks.

I just looked at a couple of benchmarks, and the 330 and 335 perform nearly identical
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SSD 335 is essentially the SSD 330 but with 20nm MLC NAND instead of 25nm MLC NAND.
Basically, there is very little difference.
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Is Intel 335 Series run cooler than Intel 330 Series? Most die-shrinked chip ran cooler than original (but not at all, such P4 Prescott had die-shrink 90nm but ran hotter than 130nm P4 Northwood)
 
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Is Intel 335 Series run cooler than Intel 330 Series? Most die-shrinked chip ran cooler than original (but not at all, such P4 Prescott had die-shrink 90nm but ran hotter than 130nm P4 Northwood)

SSDs barely produce any heat, and consume barely any power.
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