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    Plextor M5S is a good SSD at its price range, so is the Crucail M4. Vertex 4, and Samsung 830 Series are very good options too.

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    @CvP go for Samsung 830.

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    Go for the 830. Fast, reliable, and cheaper than the other 256gigs ssds.

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    How does 830 compare with M4?

    Also, isn't Samsung gonna release 840 a few days later?
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    830 is faster than M4, but you won't most likely see any difference in normal usage. And yeah they're gonna release the 840 pro soon, the 256gb one will cost ~$270, iirc.

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    830 is fast, but burns out.

    Go for the M5, or the 840 pro.
    Last edited by Codex; October 25th, 2012 at 22:05.

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    840 is already out. specs look good but a bit pricy.

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    840 Pro. No comparison there
    Once more into the fray
    Into the last good fight Iíll ever know

    Live and die on this day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    830 is fast, but burns out.

    Go for the M5, or the 840 pro.
    burns out like??

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    If you continuously use most of the IOps, like in a high write db environment, it'll die within two months.

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    I will be using it for normal desktop usage. If it lasts 4 years, enough for me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    If you continuously use most of the IOps, like in a high write db environment, it'll die within two months.
    Its a MLC drive. Why would you use it for DB? You must get a SLC drive for that.
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    My understanding is that 840 pro has just been released. So i'll get that. But if that is not available...?
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    I will be using it for normal desktop usage. If it lasts 4 years, enough for me...
    it wont!!! on an average, maximum life expectancy will be 3 years after 8 hour daily usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    My understanding is that 840 pro has just been released. So i'll get that. But if that is not available...?
    840 will be really scarce. i have already asked a retailer and got an expected delivery date of 20th November due to huge demand. if you cant manage it try 830, retailers are emptying their selves and price is really low now. crucial one is good as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    Its a MLC drive. Why would you use it for DB? You must get a SLC drive for that.
    Plzzz dont mind my noobish question but, wat is MLC, DB and SLC???? :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z!mM3r View Post
    Plzzz dont mind my noobish question but, wat is MLC, DB and SLC???? :S
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=SSD+MLC
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=SSD+SLC

    DB is database.

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