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    No one has mentioned the Hynix drives from Hyundai. The specs and performance are essentially equal to Samsung for about 10% lower cost. Samsung's advantage seems to be the included software for cloning and monitoring.
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    Reported volume in MB/GB/TB depends on a used chips + reserved space + number of cell levels (1, 2, 3, 4).
    Often 480 and 512 MB are MLC = 2 level cells (but Samsung tells 3 level cells are MLC), and 500 MB are TLC = 3 level cells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prexy View Post
    Samsung's advantage seems to be the included software for cloning and monitoring.
    No.
    Samsung drives was faster and reliable (but not all of them - troubles with 850 and 860).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Svyatko View Post
    No.
    Samsung drives was faster and reliable (but not all of them - troubles with 850 and 860).
    Hi
    Check the list here for devices....

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