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MLC > TLC for durability thumb.gif
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And EVOs are only faster for the first 12GB because SLC > MLC. M500s are faster for big and/or sustained writing, but it's negligible in the real world because of SATA III limitations and they're just so gosh-darned fast.
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MLC > TLC for durability thumb.gif

You can write 10GB on a SSD for 200 years and never reach the limit of a TLC SSD. So that is nonsense.
Here is support
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You can write 10GB on a SSD for 200 years and never reach the limit of a TLC SSD. So that is nonsense.
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your post = fail

http://techreport.com/review/25559/the-ssd-endurance-experiment-200tb-update

both TLC SSDs are 'more dead' than any of the MLC drives ^
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your post = fail

http://techreport.com/review/25559/the-ssd-endurance-experiment-200tb-update

both TLC SSDs are 'more dead' than any of the MLC drives ^

After 100TB of writes they saw weakness, so if you write at least 10GB a day for 20 years, you will have a SSD problem? lol...

Says all SSDs checked out at 20GB/day for 3 years, so not sure how you see "MLC > TLC for durability"
3 year warranty on all Samsung SSDs anyways. If you have a SSD longer than 3 years at a high read/write volume, you have other problems...

Yes MLC last longer than TLC but the probability of someone seeing this problem is slim to none. Shouldn't even be considered when selecting a SSD.
Edited by dseg - 11/29/13 at 1:14pm
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After 100TB of writes they saw weakness, so if you write at least 10GB a day for 20 years, you will have a SSD problem? lol...

Says all SSDs checked out at 20GB/day for 3 years, so not sure how you see "MLC > TLC for durability"
3 year warranty on all Samsung SSDs anyways. If you have a SSD longer than 3 years at a high read/write volume, you have other problems...

Yes MLC last longer than TLC but the probability of someone seeing this problem is slim to none. Shouldn't even be considered when selecting a SSD.

precisely what I said in the first place rolleyes.gif

anyone can consider whatever they like when purchasing a SSD, even if it comes in a pretty pink case biggrin.gif
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Rigth, but according to what Unicorn says, there is not real difference between Samsung and Crucial since both are SATA III limited, rigth? Beside, the oportunity to use the ram to increase the total speed worth it? I mean i have 32Gb of RAM and i really don't know why biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Sujeto 1 View Post

Rigth, but according to what Unicorn says, there is not real difference between Samsung and Crucial since both are SATA III limited, rigth?
yea
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Beside, the oportunity to use the ram to increase the total speed worth it? I mean i have 32Gb of RAM and i really don't know why biggrin.gif
worthless, it only makes benchmarks higher some times. i have 32gb ram too and used ram caching software before. In actual use it makes almost no difference.
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