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Üzgünüz, Flood yazma yetkiniz yok, Flood girmek için giriş yapmalısınız.

Lütfen bu Floodun neden bildirilmesi gerektiğini düşündüğünüzü kısaca açıklayın.

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How is the SSD on the right cheaper than the one on the left?

How is the SSD on the right cheaper than the one on the left?

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  1. Not all SSDs are created equal, things like if it’s TLC or QLC or if it has dram or not affect a lot. A crappy SSD can literally be slower than an HDD

  2. You have a lot to learn about buying SSDs. Google around on how to buy a SSD and also read reviews of the drive you are considering. Nothing is what they say it is.

    If you are not too tech savvy, read a ton of reviews.

  3. Ignore Amazon’s spec tables, they’re rarely informative or correct. More often than not they’re borderline gibberish (“Optical storage write speed”, “Memory storage capacity”, Item weight 0.53 gram…)

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    **SanDisk Ultra 3D** is better than **SSD Plus** (which is a low-end model).

    Check also the **WD Blue 3D**, which is practically the same drive as the Ultra 3D, but usually a bit cheaper. (SanDisk is nowadays a brand of WD.)

    Other alternatives to consider: **Samsung 860 EVO** (generally better, maybe no longer in stock because the more expensive 870 EVO replaced it) and **Crucial MX500** (less TBW but otherwise pretty similar to the Blue 3D).

  4. If i remember correctly, the San Disk Ultra has a DRAM cache, whereas the San Disk Plus does not, and the latter also has a Variable Bill of Materials (i.e. Manufacturer can change the parts inside the product, potentially changing performance).

    If that is the case, it makes sense that the Ultra costs more. Im actually considering getting this soon!

    And also to echo another commentor yes the listing of 1.5tb is wrong, i dont think they sell 1.5tb versions of that drive.

  5. Best is to see if you can find any reviews. Some disk get significant slower after the internal d-ram cache is full. But that is almost never anything that gets disclosed on the packaging.

  6. Hi everyone, I was wondering how the hard drive on the right is cheaper than the one on the left? The transfer rate is far higher, they are both internal SSDs, but I am very confused.

    Why are there five measurements for storage size? Surely there would only be total and flash memory listed? Also why is memory storage a different value – 50% higher on the right, and why does this not contribute to the size?

    The only reason I see it is as cheaper is that it’s read and write speeds are slower, however its data transfer rate is far higher?