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3D 32 layer Micron TLC Nand memory. First generation 3D TLC memory from Intel/Micron. Same as used in Crucial MX300
Sponge Bob
· January 5, 2019
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if you want it would be easier to use a software called Mini Tool Free Partition Wizard. https://www.partitionwizard.com/download/pwfree91.exe is the download link. I have migrated 4 computers using this software and it is very easy. All you need is to attach the new hard drive to the computer via enclosure and it wi… see more if you want it would be easier to use a software called Mini Tool Free Partition Wizard. https://www.partitionwizard.com/download/pwfree91.exe is the download link. I have migrated 4 computers using this software and it is very easy. All you need is to attach the new hard drive to the computer via enclosure and it will migrate all the data. I had a machine that was 1tb and migrated all the data it only took about 4 hours using a USB 3.0 connection. Love the software, cannot say anything about acronis... see less if you want it would be easier to use a software called Mini Tool Free Partition Wizard. https://www.partitionwizard.com/download/pwfree91.exe is the download link. I have migrated 4 computers using this software and it is very easy. All you need is to attach the new hard drive to the computer via enclosure and it will migrate all the data. I had a machine that was 1tb and migrated all the data it only took about 4 hours using a USB 3.0 connection. Love the software, cannot say anything about acronis...
Nicholas A. Raviele
· May 19, 2016
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No tool, no software needed and yes compatible with macs
Francis C Nguyen
· March 4, 2016
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I have dropped a few SSDs and those always worked but try not to drop it
Noon MD
· September 6, 2016
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After researching SSD's, I bought two 128GB ADATA SSD's several months ago for the OS of my desktop and I am very satisfied with the performance and price. After a little research on PS4's hardware, I feel the 480 GB ADATA (SSP550) drive would be an excellent replacement drive for your PS4 console.
Avidaa
· April 8, 2016
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su800 has slightly higher read speeds.
Elijah Kay
· December 29, 2019
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It makes it slightly warmer, and if you are executing a lot of reads/writes, then the disk will heat up. Compared to an HDD, the SSD puts off much less heat.
AJ H.
· January 19, 2016
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I works way faster than standard HDDS however keep in mind the more your write to the drive the closest to failure it will get. So I just can say no Hard Drive is reliable 'cos it could fail anytime and Raid0 has no redundancy, I would use Raid 1 Instead for better redundancy.
Amazon Customer
· June 9, 2016
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Both metal and plastic. The frame is metal, where the screw holes are to secure it. the rest is plastic except for the "Adata SSD" logo plate which is aluminum. I'm happy with it so far-- 3 weeks in at this point. Temp w/o load is at 38c. Haven't had time to give it a real workout yet.
Readalot
· October 28, 2016
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I purchased the 256gb unit. It uses 3D Nand technology. Dram I believe is used in the System Ram not in SSD's. It is very fast. Read is at 555mb/sec out of 600 available.
John Robinson
· October 27, 2019