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4TB of SSD for the price of 6TB's of SSD, not exactly a bang up value.

I like my 850's but I don't need every last drop of SSD performance for games/storage. Cheaper SSD's (Mushkin Reactor) for game and file storage works just fine.

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All that flash and they chose a SATA connection...

SATA is just fine for storage drives.

Exactly!
     
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4TB of SSD for the price of 6TB's of SSD, not exactly a bang up value.

I like my 850's but I don't need every last drop of SSD performance for games/storage. Cheaper SSD's (Mushkin Reactor) for game and file storage works just fine.

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All that flash and they chose a SATA connection...

SATA is just fine for storage drives.

Even if you don't really need the speed, the reliability though...you can drop these or w/e and it doesn't make a difference.
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Even if you don't really need the speed, the reliability though...you can drop these or w/e and it doesn't make a difference.

I am talking about using cheaper SSD's not mechanical hard drives.

You can buy six 1 TB Mushkin Reactor SSD's (seven of them if you catch them on sale) for the cost of this drive. The cost per GB is supposed to go down as density goes up.
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Even if you don't really need the speed, the reliability though...you can drop these or w/e and it doesn't make a difference.

I am talking about using cheaper SSD's not mechanical hard drives.

You can buy six 1 TB Mushkin Reactor SSD's (seven of them if you catch them on sale) for the cost of this drive. The cost per GB is supposed to go down as density goes up.

Oh, carry on then.

Price is like that because it's a single drive and the Samsung premium.
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I can get 4 1TB 850 EVOs for $1272 exactly. Why would i pay almost $250 more for the same space? I guess its nice to only need to run 1 drive, but i have the space for 4, and could even RAID 0 them, or use one or two as backups incase the others fail etc. For $1k it'd be nice tho.

That setup is 4x more likely to catastrophically fail.
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Oh, carry on then.

Price is like that because it's a single drive and the Samsung premium.

And also because the only of its kind.
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That setup is 4x more likely to catastrophically fail.

Doubt it, SSDs dont typically fail out of the blue like an HDD can. I'd rather have 4 SSDs each pair in a RAID 1 setup so if one does fail i still have the mirrored backup. This 4TB fails and your SOL. But most folks aren't really concerned with protecting their data tongue.gif
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Oh, carry on then.

Price is like that because it's a single drive and the Samsung premium.

And also because the only of its kind.

Actually, there are other 4TB drives available (heck, I've seen them up to 13TB and 16TB) but they cost one heck of a lot more. New product prices are higher mostly because the manufacturer has to make sure it recovers R&D and tooling costs although eager early adopter willingness to pay a higher price for the latest and greatest is somewhat of a factor.
     
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The price is still out of reach for me, but it's a huge move in the right direction. I really want to get an SSD for my desktop to store everything on a single drive but I've had more SSDs fail than anything else. Been really hesitant to RAID up a bunch of smaller SSDs because of that, it just multiplies your chance of failure.
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That setup is 4x more likely to catastrophically fail.

Doubt it, SSDs dont typically fail out of the blue like an HDD can. I'd rather have 4 SSDs each pair in a RAID 1 setup so if one does fail i still have the mirrored backup. This 4TB fails and your SOL. But most folks aren't really concerned with protecting their data tongue.gif

Your last statement is definitely correct. However, RAID of any kind, even RAID 1, is not a backup (click on the top link in my sig for an article written by Sean Webster, OCN's resident storage guru).
     
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