[SOLVED] In Your Opinion: Who Makes the Best Cheapest Storage?

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What are your thoughts on Seagate, Western Digital, TeamGroup, Kingston, ADATA, SunBow, Crucial, etc?

Have you heard anything distinguishingly bad about any of these brands or more over the years or any negative experiences yourself?

Which one would you recommend as the cheapest best bang-for-your-buck performance SSD/HDD brand?

Edit: I was planning on using a Crucial BX500 or TCSunBow X3 SSD as a Windows boot drive plus some other applications, and a Seagate Barracuda 2TB (ST2000DM008) or WD Blue 1TB (WD10EZEX) as my primary game drive. Any concerns about these brands? Or possibly any brands you'd choose over them? What are your thoughts?
 
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Gam3r01

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It varies model to model, some companies make great products, and have some real bad ones too.
I generally like Seagate, WD, intel, Crucial, and Samsung, but anything more specific than that requires a budget and use.
 

Gam3r01

Titan
Moderator
It varies model to model, some companies make great products, and have some real bad ones too.
I generally like Seagate, WD, intel, Crucial, and Samsung, but anything more specific than that requires a budget and use.
 

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