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kinjo

Best SSD

Question

I'm looking for a new 1TB HDD,
can anyone help me to find the best one?

Name Based in  
RunCore China  
Samsung Electronics South Korea  
SanDisk United States  
Seagate Technology United States/Ireland  

 

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Your subject says SSD so IMO the best 1 TB SSD would the Samsung 850 Pro:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA12K2KJ0777&cm_re=1tb_ssd-_-20-147-362-_-Product

If you are actually are looking for a magnetic HDD, I prefer WD as never had issues with them over the years. Think they all (manufactures) have failure rates around %1.

Generally speaking an SSD will be faster but more expensive.

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I prefer SSD based hosting would give best performance and high speed. now you can get very affordable SSD VPS hosting services at VPS9 Networks. I used their services, very affordable and best service uptime. 

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If you are ready to spend some extra then you should opt for an SSD Drive, this will eventually enhance the performance of your server. So basically if you want to have a high disk I/O application and wish faster performance and are keen to pay for it, then you can go with SSD VPS.

 

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