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Samsung Releases An 8TB SSD

FreeKnight

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Still not interested in a Samsung SSD until they get the hot mess of warranty issues for Canadians sorted out. My more recent SSDs haven't had issues, but I had a couple of OCZ Vertex 120gbs die back in the day, and I can't imagine having to put up with Samsung if the same situation happened.

I'll happily jump ship once it's addressed, but it doesn't appear that's happened yet.
 

chrisk

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Still not interested in a Samsung SSD until they get the hot mess of warranty issues for Canadians sorted out. My more recent SSDs haven't had issues, but I had a couple of OCZ Vertex 120gbs die back in the day, and I can't imagine having to put up with Samsung if the same situation happened.

I'll happily jump ship once it's addressed, but it doesn't appear that's happened yet.
I had a few of the OCZ Vertex 120GBs die on me as well. I kept them as demo units for teaching (took the covers off).

Doing my research on the Samsung stuff helped me decide on a corsair SSD. I have had great service from them over the years.
 

Lysrin

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I exclusively use whatever is cheapest for the most GB!

Just kidding! 😝

Had been only Crucial for 2.5" variety drives. But I have been happy with my HP NVMe main drive SSD. No issues.
 
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