[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14390 (PC + Mobile)

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  1. Margusx

    Margusx MDL Novice

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    i can agree on this its not affect mutch but i bit skeptic after i readed lot deeper about todays ssd drives example 1 thing needed to consider is size on ssd i give hint. Lets take 250GB ssd witch warranty is 5 years. Basicly if you write lot every day or week its need tobe considered because drive size. example 250GB SSD have less chips that means less cells to destroy. If you have 1TB SSD there is more cells and chps in total that mean in low usage its last lot longer then example 250GB ssd what ppl use for os drive. Also every ssd have amount how mutch TB witten it can handle before TEC and TEC calculated by mgf given warranty.
     
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  3. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    A SSD that dies after few months, obviously, has nothing to do with the cell wearing.

    You were unlucky with electronics, in a way which isn't any different from a dead logic board on a platter HDD.

    Perhaps, a worn out SSD shouldn't stop working, it should just become read only, like a cdrom.

    I wrote "should" because I have yet to see one of them.




    To be more precise, right now, I'm using one of the oldest I installed, aka 6/7 yrs old (I got it back because a size upgrade), that SSD is marked as totally worn out by SSDlife.

    So I'm using it my main PC as a guinea pig. Now, after one year of heavy usage, that SSD is still working w/o a glitch
     
  4. lucidus

    lucidus MDL Member

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    Can never go wrong with an Intel or Samsung drive these days.
     
  5. WardocsRevenge

    WardocsRevenge MDL Expert

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    just becarful with updating SSD firmware samsung is very bad with bricking these days
     
  6. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Don't repair what isn't broken, is my motto/device :D
     
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    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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  8. Ras0

    Ras0 MDL Novice

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    256 GB 840 Pro still alive after 2.4 PB data writes. That's way more than I expected. Samsung has done a good job. I believe 850 Pro even better.
     
  9. EFA11

    EFA11 Avatar Guru

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    850 Pro's here are cruising along just fine so far
     
  10. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    What did you do to get 2457.6 TB writes on a 256GB ssd?
     
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  11. Ras0

    Ras0 MDL Novice

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    Not mine. Based on article above.
     
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  13. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    the crucial SSD are great also.
     
  14. dhjohns

    dhjohns MDL Guru

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    SSDs are definitely crucial. :D
     
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  15. Fernando 1

    Fernando 1 MDL Senior Member

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    Is this a thread about SSDs and their Firmware?
     
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  16. Symenb

    Symenb MDL Novice

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    Nope, sorry.
    It looks like a thread about SSDs but it is actually about Dona and Sunday Ice-Creams.