- Apr 14, 2014
Just my opinion, but I'd never buy one these ultra cheap low end SSDs.
As an OS drive for a server. For a desktop I would never but 120 is PLENTY for linux servers. You'd be surprised how many customers I talk to that have like 10GB root partitions. /var/log/ alone could kill that. When I see 120GB I'm actually quite happy.
Yep, they've always made electronics. They've even made memory before.
And imagine calling the wrong phone number for support...
Not as a vibrator...
I agree I wouldn't use these for anything serious. For a console speedup I think they are (probably) good enough.Also available at that certain site if you want to see reviews too (though customer reviews really mean less and less these days). Seems to be reviewed decently, but maybe some QC issues, number of reviews mention failures, but that's true for most drives (even higher-tier ones), so it may still be an extremely small percentage overall.
These drives remind me of PNY's CS900 line (around the same pricing too), which I'd likely trust more than this one. I know the CS900 is DRAMless, I'd assume the same of the Hyundai at this price level. Not a big deal if the majority of your use case is reads and a non-full drive.
If this surprises you, I bet you didn't know that Samsung builds Skyscrappers and Theme Parks, Cars, Helicopters and Tanks among other things that would blow your mind.
Time to jump on one or two of those BB external deals and backup everything and keep one on-site and one off and rotate them.only backup is the smaller old drives, so I'll probably lose half of the media on a drive if it dies. Need to re-organize and make copies of my favorite shows and movies
Hyundai really changed their image with the Gensis coupe. That was the turning point when car enthusiasts even gave them credit as the Gensis coupe would rival the Nissan counterparts for a lot less money.Side note, Hyundai makes good stuff, my 2003 Accent has 203K miles on it, still going strong.