I am looking for a 500GB SSD.
no power loss protection in general
840 evo: enjoy your slow speeds after a month
850 evo: Firmware update brick, >buying samsung tlc after what happened with the 840 evo
850 pro: pricey as hell
power loss protection of mx models, but shit crucial warranty and dodgy company
King of features, but pricey and >jews
Why is it so hard to find a decent ssd /g/?
I am very much interested in this too as I haven't built a desktop in the better part of a decade, and of all my builds (and prebuilt laptops) in my life I've probably had 2 HDD failures.
I've been pretty damn lucky with HDD's, now I want to build another desktop with SSD's and upgrade my go to laptop with a cheapo SSD
Were there even consumer grade SSD's with a capacity over 400gb 3 years ago?
It's still somewhat in it's infancy right? how long will a new SSD feasibly last?
And most importantly what's /g/'s opinion on RAIDed SSD's?