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    Please suggest me a 256 SSD along with the price for my laptop. Preferably available in local (Bangladesh) market, so that I can get warranty (since failure rate of SSD drives are relatively high).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahdi View Post
    Please suggest me a 256 SSD along with the price for my laptop. Preferably available in local (Bangladesh) market, so that I can get warranty (since failure rate of SSD drives are relatively high).
    failure rate of ssd drives are high??????? Why didn't I die before seeing this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    failure rate of ssd drives are high??????? Why didn't I die before seeing this?
    Full Epic!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahdi View Post
    Please suggest me a 256 SSD along with the price for my laptop. Preferably available in local (Bangladesh) market, so that I can get warranty (since failure rate of SSD drives are relatively high).
    Adata, Transcend etc.
    http://globalbrand.com.bd/ADATA/ADAT...ice&order=DESC
    http://ucc-bd.com/transcend-2-5-ssd-sata3-mlc.html

    but better try to buy Samsung 840 Evo, Now a day SSD failure rate is relatively very low.
    Last edited by GLaDOS; August 2nd, 2014 at 15:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLaDOS View Post
    Adata, Transcend etc.
    http://globalbrand.com.bd/ADATA/ADAT...ice&order=DESC
    http://ucc-bd.com/transcend-2-5-ssd-sata3-mlc.html

    but better try to buy Samsung 640 Evo, Now a day SSD failure rate is relatively very low.
    wow. Such knowledge

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    That Transcend 340 is sometimes even slower than mechanical hdd when it comes to sequential read/write.

    Adata is better but way, waaaay overpriced when you can get 840Evo 256GB at 12k.

    @Rubab help this guy about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    wow. Such knowledge

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    That Transcend 340 is sometimes even slower than mechanical hdd when it comes to sequential read/write.

    Adata is better but way, waaaay overpriced when you can get 840Evo 256GB at 12k.

    @Rubab help this guy about this.
    If you want to buy a Samsung 840 Evo/Samsung 840 Pro/Crucial M500 or a Kingston V300 you need to call this number 01945-555888 or go here:
    Kallyanpur Bus Stand, Mirpur,
    Mizan Tower, Shop no 216,
    Dhaka

    BTW Home Delivery is also available.
    I recently purchased a Samsung 840 Evo 120 GB from them and it is working fine. You won't get any warranty and the products are sometimes sold in a package which kind of makes them a bit overpriced.

    You can ask about their products through the following links:
    Their FB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/quickxpress
    Owner's FB page: https://www.facebook.com/VoxRuhi?fref=ufi

    Again, you won't get any warranty.

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    If price is not a matter to you and you want the best performance go with Intel SSDs. you will get 3 years of warranty with Intel .
    i have given a link bellow ,check it out.....
    http://binarylogic.com.bd/intel-solid-state-drive-2/

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    Get the samsung 850 pro. Best SATA ssd with 10 years warranty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ony View Post
    If price is not a matter to you and you want the best performance go with Intel SSDs. you will get 3 years of warranty with Intel .
    i have given a link bellow ,check it out.....
    http://binarylogic.com.bd/intel-solid-state-drive-2/
    I myself use Intel 530. It aint bad but, Honestly, I think Samsung 840evo would be better for me.

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    Thanks everyone for your replies, and my comment about SSDs failure rate was based on various reviews I've been following along over years, and based on little experience I have dealing with them at my office. But opinions may vary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahdi View Post
    Thanks everyone for your replies, and my comment about SSDs failure rate was based on various reviews I've been following along over years, and based on little experience I have dealing with them at my office. But opinions may vary.
    buying an ssd is easy, setting it properly is tough. 4k offset setting, buffer flushing etc needs proper knowledge. Unlike hdd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubab View Post
    If you want to buy a Samsung 840 Evo/Samsung 840 Pro/Crucial M500 or a Kingston V300 you need to call this number 01945-555888 or go here:


    I recently purchased a Samsung 840 Evo 120 GB from them and it is working fine. You won't get any warranty and the products are sometimes sold in a package which kind of makes them a bit overpriced.

    You can ask about their products through the following links:
    Their FB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/quickxpress
    Owner's FB page: https://www.facebook.com/VoxRuhi?fref=ufi

    Again, you won't get any warranty.
    LOL. That man Ruhi of Quickxpress brings products through Fuad bhai of SHOPR and takes ultra premium charge which is way higher than SHOPR. See his rates and shipping charge you will understand Also he offers same order taking time and delivery time of SHOPR. he reserves 1 day so that he can order fuad bhai. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overlord View Post
    LOL. That man Ruhi of Quickxpress brings products through Fuad bhai of SHOPR and takes ultra premium charge which is way higher than SHOPR. See his rates and shipping charge you will understand Also he offers same order taking time and delivery time of SHOPR. he reserves 1 day so that he can order fuad bhai. LOL.
    His price seems lower than SHOPR

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    buying an ssd is easy, setting it properly is tough. 4k offset setting, buffer flushing etc needs proper knowledge. Unlike hdd.
    A clean Windows 7 setup on the SSD does the 4k offset automatically. Before reading your post I didn't know about those 2 things and I just checked using AS SSD Benchmark which showed that 4k offset was OK and Samsung Magician enabled the Windows Write-Cache Buffer Flushing.

    Now I just need to re-install Windows or do the registry edit thing to enable AHCI.
    Last edited by Rubab; August 2nd, 2014 at 11:03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubab View Post
    A clean Windows 7 setup on the SSD does the 4k offset automatically. Before reading your post I didn't know about those 2 things and I just checked using AS SSD Benchmark which showed that 4k offset was OK and Samsung Magician enabled the Windows Write-Cache Buffer Flushing.

    Now I just need to re-install Windows or do the registry edit thing to enable AHCI.
    uhu, u need to do that from bios

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overlord View Post
    LOL. That man Ruhi of Quickxpress brings products through Fuad bhai of SHOPR and takes ultra premium charge which is way higher than SHOPR. See his rates and shipping charge you will understand Also he offers same order taking time and delivery time of SHOPR. he reserves 1 day so that he can order fuad bhai. LOL.
    Ei mkt tey to ekhon kisu competition dhuksey. Ei time tai to offer kora lagbey, tai na? Na holey manush jon shorter time provider er kacchei jabey. Er cheye short ki keu ditey partesey international shipping e?

    Tobey charge gula kaida korey beshi nichhey mone hoi, shipping er araley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    uhu, u need to do that from bios
    Vaccation shesh? Bhai, bhalo 2TB HDD ashbey naki tara tari mkt ey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    buying an ssd is easy, setting it properly is tough. 4k offset setting, buffer flushing etc needs proper knowledge. Unlike hdd.
    You don't need to do anything. Windows 7 and 8 are already SSD aware and will set themselves automatically. You just need to enable AHCI if it's not enabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post

    Vaccation shesh? Bhai, bhalo 2TB HDD ashbey naki tara tari mkt ey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    You don't need to do anything. Windows 7 and 8 are already SSD aware and will set themselves automatically. You just need to enable AHCI if it's not enabled.
    you know my virgin a$$ -__________-

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    you know my virgin a$$ -__________-
    lol okay.

    @aayman bhaiya can explain. You literally need to do nothing, to set up an SSD. All those measures you are taking already done by the OS, and TRIM does the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    His price seems lower than SHOPR
    Yes checked. He reduced the rate as he is a fixed customer fuad bhai flat rate dey onake which is in between 85-90 taka more or less. Fuad bhai er rate theke 1 taka kom ruhi r rate. But shipping charge thekeo lav kore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    Ei mkt tey to ekhon kisu competition dhuksey. Ei time tai to offer kora lagbey, tai na? Na holey manush jon shorter time provider er kacchei jabey. Er cheye short ki keu ditey partesey international shipping e?

    Tobey charge gula kaida korey beshi nichhey mone hoi, shipping er araley.
    No. Only fuad bhai. Also i'm on to it. Within 2 weeks from USA. Charge ektu barabo just. It costs a little more for fast shipping

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