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At this point due to chip shortages and the failures of acknowledgment of a change of the chip/s from the initial release to the negative in performance I would hold off buying anything!
If performance is not on your list (having the fastest) then I wouldn’t be so adverse from buying what you’ve been buying. SSD wear for most is not an issue. So even if the NAND is switched out for a different unit the likelihood of you wearing it out is not likely within the systems life span!
-To put this into perspective I’m hard on my MacPro when I’m working on it. Even with all of the writes the boot drive has gotten it still has more life in it than what I would have expected in any HDD. My data drives just don’t get the same wear but I need (desire) fast drives so when I’m working I can follow through with creative spark that’s in my head before I loose it. I don’t want to waste time sitting waiting!
+To put this into perspective I’m hard on my MacPro when I’m working on it. Even with all of the writes the boot drive has gotten it still has more life in it than what I would have expected in any HDD. My data drives just don’t get the same wear but I need (desire) fast drives so when I’m working I can follow through with the creative spark that’s in my head before I loose it. I don’t want to waste time sitting waiting!
A few months ago I bought 4 x 2TB Samsung SSD’s making sure they where the older version. Just so I don’t need to deal with the rev issue they had.
With that said… I don’t think most people would be bothered its the PRO market that will have issues.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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At this point due to chip shortages and the failures of acknowledgment of a change of the chip/s from the initial release to the negative in performance I would hold off buying anything!

If performance is not on your list (having the fastest) then I wouldn’t be so adverse from buying what you’ve been buying. SSD wear for most is not an issue. So even if the NAND is switched out for a different unit the likelihood of you wearing it out is not likely within the systems life span!

To put this into perspective I’m hard on my MacPro when I’m working on it. Even with all of the writes the boot drive has gotten it still has more life in it than what I would have expected in any HDD. My data drives just don’t get the same wear but I need (desire) fast drives so when I’m working I can follow through with creative spark that’s in my head before I loose it. I don’t want to waste time sitting waiting!

A few months ago I bought 4 x 2TB Samsung SSD’s making sure they where the older version. Just so I don’t need to deal with the rev issue they had.

With that said… I don’t think most people would be bothered its the PRO market that will have issues.

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