[SOLVED] The most reliable SSD in 2020

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Hi, guys! I'm happy to be member of this forum :)
I have a question and need your help and opinion.

I need the most reliable SSD, that exists now.
  • reliable | secure
  • M.2 NVMe, it's for notebook
  • ~1tb
  • any budget, it doesn't matter
  • speed is also doesn't matter
What can you advice me? I have paid attention to Samsung 970 Pro 1TB. Is it good choice? Or should I select something else?
 

USAFRet

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970 EVO Plus.

The Pro offers no benefit over the Evo, except in rare use cases. The bigger TBW number means little.
Unless you're running a database server with tens of thousands of writes per day, that "600TBW" will last years.
The rest of the laptop will be outdated and replaced long before that drive dies of too many write cycles.
 
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Lutfij

Titan
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

I'd pick the Samsung 970 Evo Plus over the Pro. Mind if I ask what the make and model of your motherboard is? You could take advantage of PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD's but that will depend on your platform/board/processor.
 
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USAFRet

Titan
Moderator
Mar 16, 2013
134,934
6,435
165,690
20,791
970 EVO Plus.

The Pro offers no benefit over the Evo, except in rare use cases. The bigger TBW number means little.
Unless you're running a database server with tens of thousands of writes per day, that "600TBW" will last years.
The rest of the laptop will be outdated and replaced long before that drive dies of too many write cycles.
 
Reactions: tomaqqq

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