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Hey guys im look for a new 25xgb ssd for windows 7, i want it to be stable and fast, I am using an adata S511 120gb now and im looking at the Samsung 840pro 250gb($232USD) or Adata SX900 250gb($167USD), i will only have windows 7 installed becaues i want it to be quick and maybe just a few software like bowers and drivers, any suggestions ?thanks guys
    
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Yes Samsung PRO is great ,it is successor of the most endurable consumer SSD that we know for "The Samsung 830"(6000TiB)
If you want to spare some money you can take Samsung EVO ,I bought that only if it was available when I was buying SSD, its cheaper then PRO.EVO has TLC nand but also has faster controller then PRO.
His slower brother 840 Basic was tested and it can go at least 440TiB.So you would probably become grandpa before you exceed that.
Few others that has prove reliable are :
Crucail M4 but not M500 because its not what it should be(new generation SSD)
and any Plextor
Edited by Unit Igor - 1/16/14 at 4:21am
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Yes Samsung PRO is great ,it is successor of the most endurable consumer SSD that we know for "The Samsung 830"(6000TiB)
If you want to spare some money you can take Samsung EVO ,I bought that only if it was available when I was buying SSD, its cheaper then PRO.EVO has TLC nand but also has faster controller then PRO.
His slower brother 840 Basic was tested and it can go at least 440TiB.So you would probably become grandpa before you exceed that.
Few others that has prove reliable are :
Crucail M4 but not M500 because its not what it should be(new generation SSD)
and any Plextor

Yea i was looking at the M5P aswell, but i thought the TLCnand is not as good as the one in 840 pro? im so comfues now i dont know what to get
    
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Yes and when MLC was out after SLC we also talk how MLC is not good but look now .In two year we would only use TLC ,remember my words.Till you hit 10 TIb you would probably want faster SSD .In the end in two years we would probably all want SSD with SATA pci-e interface that would see market really soon.
Why are you confused?Take PRO then and that's it.
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Yes and when MLC was out after SLC we also talk how MLC is not good but look now .In two year we would only use TLC ,remember my words.Till you hit 10 TIb you would probably want faster SSD .In the end in two years we would probably all want SSD with SATA pci-e interface that would see market really soon.
Why are you confused?Take PRO then and that's it.

Should the 840 EVO over the 840 PRO? like which one is faster and more stable?
    
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