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Are the BarraCuda 510 SSDs reliable? (250GB)

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After the Samsung controller scandal and a need for a new SSD, I am looking at other options besides WD/SanDisk (WD switched controllers and picks from SanDisk, so I put both there), Samsung and Adata at this point and I have noticed Seagate has a SSD that is pretty appealing, especially if I can get it at the right price. In this case, I am looking at the 250GB Barracuda 510.

Has anyone worked with these, and are they a good buy? I’m pretty skeptical of Seagate products due to the 7.01/7200.11, .12 (and continued engineering failures), as well as the locked diag port hard drives but after this it may be a descent option.

I’m not hard on SSDs, but I do run them into the TB range sooner then most normal users, as I cannot stand phones for everything. I have put 2.6TBW on SSDs within 7 months before, just to give an idea why I’m a bit more particular about quality:

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Post originale di: Nick ,

Titolo:

Are the BarraCuda 510 SSDs reliable? (250GB)

Testo:

After the Samsung controller scandal and a need for a new SSD, I am looking at other options besides WD/SanDisk (WD switched controllers and picks from SanDisk, so I put both there), Samsung and Adata at this point and I have noticed Seagate has a SSD that is pretty appealing, especially if I can get it at the right price. In this case, I am looking at the 250GB Barracuda 510.

Has anyone worked with these, and are they a good buy? I’m pretty skeptical of Seagate products due to the 7.01/7200.11, .12 (and continued engineering failures), as well as the locked diag port hard drives but after this it may be a descent option.

I’m not hard on SSDs, but I do run them into the TB range sooner then most normal users, as I cannot stand phones for everything. I have put 2.6TBW on SSDs within 7 months before, just to give an idea why I’m a bit more particular about quality:

[image|2480071]

Dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Stato:

open