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    Exclamation Which SSD is better in Speed & Reliability

    I want to buy a SSD this month. But I'm a noob about SSD. I take some look and found some brands as ADATA, Corsair, OCZ, Crucial, Intel etc. But I dont know which is better. As for speed:

    Crucial M4 128GB:

    Read: 500MB/s
    Write: 175MB/s

    Corsair Force3:

    Read: 450MB/s
    Write: 400Mb/s

    OCZ Agility 3:

    Read: 550MB/s
    Write: 500MB/s

    etc..................

    But as for reliability I dont know anything. So plz suggest me one SSD that is both good in speed and Reliability.....................
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    The M4s write speed is 250 when plugged in the SATA3 ports. Saying because I've one myself & benched it.

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    Intel and samsung.If u can manage either one of these in ur budget go for them.Although crucial is't very far from them.
    Last edited by Gladiator'; May 17th, 2012 at 17:07.

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    thnx for the info........... but how about OCZ or corsair?
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    Either Intel 520/Plextor M3/Samsung 830 or the Crucial M4.

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ID:	22690 i guess M4 is better than samsung 830

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ID:	22690 i guess M4 is better than samsung 830
    Not possible. The Samsung 830 is faster & better than the M4. Your information is wrong.
    http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/452...ew/index8.html
    You should check your info before commenting on something & You should use it & then comment. The 830 is clearly better than the M4. Don't misuguide people & don't advertise everywhere.
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    830 actually wins against Intel's 520 too.

    But I don't really think any of these are options unless you're buying from abroad.

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    Some questions:

    1. Where do you coneect the SSDs? To the sata port or the internal USB port? Which one will give you more speed?

    2. How long it might take for the prices of SSDs to come down so they will be comparable to magnetic disks?
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    Sata ports, USB is slow.

    As for resembling magnetic disks, uh, 2-3 more years in the very least? I'd say 5-6 personally.

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    Yup, its not possible if i buy it from BD. In BD i have the only option to buy Crucial M4, OCZ Agility 3, Sandisk Extreme. So if i exclude Crucial M4 then is OCZ Agility 3/Sandisk Extreme is comparable to Intel/Samsung?:-/

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    The sandisk extreme, newer models anyway use the SF2011 controller.

    Very fast, and comparable to the 830/Intel's 520. As long as the firmware is decent anyway.

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    Why would you exclude Crucial M4? If anything you should exclude OCZ SSDs including the Vertex series. Their SSDs have been nothing but trouble and they were very slow with their updates as well. Right now all Sandforce based SSDs are safe because the firmwares have fixed all issues, so you can't really go wrong with either of them.

    The Samsung 830 is the fastest in the bunch so if you can, get that.

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    2. How long it might take for the prices of SSDs to come down so they will be comparable to magnetic disks?
    Prices have been falling recently. Within the next 3 months we should be seeing <100USD price tags for 128GB SSDs. We can already see it now from time to time but those are promotional offers only.

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    Can anyone mention current price of SSD in BD ? and which shop sells them ?

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