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|04-23-2019 04:01 PM|
Inland is Microcenter's house brand, and a quick google search shows maybe Centon as the OEM. It looks to be comparable to most of the other budget SSDs on the market as far as performance and reliability are concerned, and it retails for ~$50 on Amazon new.
|04-23-2019 03:56 PM|
you should have no issues with the bargain brand $480 you got.
ssd's are 100% worth it. Single biggest upgrade you can make after any sorta graphics card.
|04-23-2019 03:36 PM|
|UltraMega||In terms of durability, even a used SSD should outlast a new HDD. As has been said, SSDs are really cheap now but there is no reason not to use a used SSD from a durability standpoint.|
|04-23-2019 03:33 PM|
|Stealth3si||installed it, no problems|
|04-08-2019 07:00 PM|
I bit the bullet and went ahead and snagged a new Inland Professional 480GB SSD for $39 on ebay. It has a 3 yr warranty.
I plan to use this as a gaming storage drive on a secondary gaming laptop on occasion.
This better be worth it.
|04-05-2019 02:30 AM|
|ltpdttcdft||Inland isn't very well known... I'd stick with the more established brands.|
|04-05-2019 12:29 AM|
|Stealth3si||is inland professional ok?|
|04-04-2019 11:13 PM|
|white owl||It's not a great deal, decent SSDs are about $0.11/GB brand new so $30 for a roughly 5-7 year old SSD is pretty meh. I'd think it would be slow compared to today's budget drives.|
|04-04-2019 09:31 PM|
|Stealth3si||is a intel 520 480gb for $30 worth it? it has 39 TB written on it.|
|03-19-2019 10:24 AM|
|Penicilyn||It won't be faster than a decent consumer grade unit but assuming it hasn't had a hundred billion cycles on it then it should last forever.|
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