Published on 18th March 2014 by
Originally Posted by exceededgokuSSD's are starting to hit a wall now, performance is creeping up rather than jumping.
Originally Posted by exceededgoku...or an increase of life? 40GB per day is easy to use if it's used for a DB, cache, etc.
Originally Posted by CrapBagHow does this relate to the everyday user?
I mean how much data on average would I write to an SSD, if I'm not writing anywhere near the levels they are suggesting then whatever SSD I choose to buy is going to last well past any warranty.
Also are they just using one example of each drive?
If do they may just have a bad 840.
I'm trying to decide which SSD to buy to replace my 830 and was leaning towards the 840 evo but I'm not sure now.
Originally Posted by brave758ooo baby some of these in raid 0
Originally Posted by SpeedRaid 0 is pretty much a waste of time with SSDs. Good for benchmarks, some very specific applications, but that is about it.
Originally Posted by CrapBagI'm trying to decide which SSD to buy to replace my 830 and was leaning towards the 840 evo but I'm not sure now.
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