SSD අඩුවට

noone

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    පරන හාර්ඩ් ඩිස්ක් ගලවලා අලුත් SSD එකක් හයිකර ගමුද


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    With 3 Years warranty
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    noone

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    M2
    128 - 3800.00
    256 - 6500.00
    512 - 11000.00
    1024 - 19500.00

    With 3 Years Warranty

    SSD
    120 - 3650
    240 - 6000
    480 - 10700
     

    imhotep

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    If you are looking at the low end of the SSD markets go for these. I have seen these but haven't purchased or tested.
    These use TLC - which is the cheapest to manufacture. (Hence the low cost)
    But will have considerably less R/W cycles compared to MLC NAND. It's a consumer grade product.
    Probably value for money.
     

    vinura kithmal

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    If you are looking at the low end of the SSD markets go for these. I have seen these but haven't purchased or tested.
    These use TLC - which is the cheapest to manufacture. (Hence the low cost)
    But will have considerably less R/W cycles compared to MLC NAND. It's a consumer grade product.
    Probably value for money.

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