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Crucial BX500 480GB 3D NAND SATA 6.35 cm (2.5-inch) SSD (CT480BX500SSD1) (Price with Citi Card)

Crucial BX500 480GB 3D NAND SATA 6.35 cm (2.5-inch) SSD (CT480BX500SSD1) (Price with Citi Card)

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Model Name BX500
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Connector Type SATA
Hard Disk Form Factor 2.5 Inches
Hard Disk Size 480 GB
Form Factor 2.5 inches


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aman1801 wrote:

Suggest me one model of sata ssd 240gb for 4 or 5 systems for office use…have to make old assembled cpu fast having hdd….so tell me in 240g sata with dram and if without dram which one to go for??

Bx500 or mx500 or gigabyte or wd green or some other model ??

For dram less ssd get kingston A400 or crucial bx500 whichever is cheaper. For dram ssd get samsung evo 860/870 or crucial mx500 whichever is cheaper.

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Avoid DRAM-less SSDs for OS Drives, For 1k price difference (vs MX500) its not worth it using an SSD with inconsistent performance (more specifically write speeds). For casual usage, you may not notice any major difference but it is what it is

Same time, these are good for media storage but who uses SSDs for just media?

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nOne123 wrote:

You are missing many things.
video editing, converting, content creators. Also many more things..
Yes normal office software user’s will not nead that much TBW. But eventually it won’t last compared to dram or i can say you can use more than TBW value when dram is there..

My kingston A400 120gb ssd with pretty modest 30TBW limit in a laptop with typical usage tasks like browsing, occasional downloading etc but I doubt anybody here used their laptops as much as I did as this usage is for 3 years 10months period.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/769150/original/image.png?1653121272

Someone looking for encoding/content creation most likely already has an idea of what to get but someone just asking for a ssd is likely to be a typical user for whom dram less ssd is good enough unless they mention their budget is enough to get dram ssd.

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guest_999 wrote:

For dram less ssd get kingston A400 or crucial bx500 whichever is cheaper. For dram ssd get samsung evo 860/870 or crucial mx500 whichever is cheaper.

Just last qstn…will dram less ssd would make much diff if use is normal day to day work and work use like ms office and gst n tax n online work n all…also will it make diff in long term year use???

Thnks in advnce 🙂

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aman1801 wrote:

Just last qstn…will dram less ssd would make much diff if use is normal day to day work and work use like ms office and gst n tax n online work n all…also will it make diff in long term year use???

Thnks in advnce 🙂

For normal day-to-day tasks dram less ssd vs dram ssd difference won’t be noticeable. I already posted my dram less ssd usage pic above in which you can see I used it on an avg 20 hours a day for 3 years 10 months & still used only around 18.5TB out of 30TB of TBW limit so around 30% ssd life still remaining. One thing to keep in mind is that unlike hdd, ssd fail very suddenly & though their failure rate is much less than hdd but once they fail then almost zero chances of data recovery(in hdd case you can recover data depending on how much money you can spend). Keep backup of important data in more than one ssd/hdd/different drives/google drive etc.

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guest_999 wrote:

For normal day-to-day tasks dram less ssd vs dram ssd difference won’t be noticeable. I already posted my dram less ssd usage pic above in which you can see I used it on an avg 20 hours a day for 3 years 10 months & still used only around 18.5TB out of 30TB of TBW limit so around 30% ssd life still remaining. One thing to keep in mind is that unlike hdd, ssd fail very suddenly & though their failure rate is much less than hdd but once they fail then almost zero chances of data recovery(in hdd case you can recover data depending on how much money you can spend). Keep backup of important data in more than one ssd/hdd/different drives/google drive etc.

I didnt knw this that ssd also fail n tht too cnt recover data.. flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed….

M scared for my data now…

Btw what happens when life is full of ssd like u said 30health left…what is health n how to know this??n wht happns aftr full utilise of health?

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aman1801 wrote:

I didnt knw this that ssd also fail n tht too cnt recover data.. flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed flushed….

M scared for my data now…

Btw what happens when life is full of ssd like u said 30health left…what is health n how to know this??n wht happns aftr full utilise of health?

There is no hdd or ssd in this world that cannot fail so always keep backup of your important data in at least two different places(aka devices like 2 different hdd/ssd or cloud storage like google drive). This is a thumb rule for storage of data.

Use crystaldiskinfo software which is an excellent free software for monitoring hdd/ssd health, in fact you should use this software on every pc just like you should use antivirus or microsoft defender(in case of windows 10/11).
https://crystalmark.info/en/dow...d/

Every ssd has a TBW limit which is the amount of data written to ssd after which manufacturer don’t give any warranty & it depends on your luck. For example if a ssd has 120TBW limit that means you should(but it is no guarantee that ssd won’t fail before that but if it does then manufacturer warranty will cover it) be able to safely write at least 120TB of data to that ssd after which manufacturer warranty is no longer valid(or the years of warranty whichever is earlier) so after that it depends on your luck. Some ppl are able to write a few dozen TBs more after this limit while some top end models can probably write a few hundred TBs more after this limit.

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guest_999 wrote:

There is no hdd or ssd in this world that cannot fail so always keep backup of your important data in at least two different places(aka devices like 2 different hdd/ssd or cloud storage like google drive). This is a thumb rule for storage of data.

Use crystaldiskinfo software which is an excellent free software for monitoring hdd/ssd health, in fact you should use this software on every pc just like you should use antivirus or microsoft defender(in case of windows 10/11).
https://crystalmark.info/en/dow...d/

Every ssd has a TBW limit which is the amount of data written to ssd after which manufacturer don’t give any warranty & it depends on your luck. For example if a ssd has 120TBW limit that means you should(but it is no guarantee that ssd won’t fail before that but if it does then manufacturer warranty will cover it) be able to safely write at least 120TB of data to that ssd after which manufacturer warranty is no longer valid(or the years of warranty whichever is earlier) so after that it depends on your luck. Some ppl are able to write a few dozen TBs more after this limit while some top end models can probably write a few hundred TBs more after this limit.

Thanks bro.. grt info 🙂

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Any offers for external harddisk?

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I am using 4 of these SSD’s since long time in my laptops and desktops at office. I agree that these may not be the best SSD’s around but they offer unbeatable value and are excellent upgrade from HDD.

The 120 TBW endurance for 480gb drive translates to 65GB per day for 5 years, I doubt 99% of us will exceed that. Yes this drive doesn’t offer anything fancy, but for day2day work and for HDD upgrade nothing beats the value it offers.

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https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/769789/medium/IMG_20220521_204946.jpg?1653332824Thank you guys, Successfully upgraded my laptop,
amazing difference hdd – ssd
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Replaced hddhttps://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/769790/medium/IMG_20220523_224932.jpg?1653332931

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Can this ssd be installed along with HDD as my laptop has nvme slot as per laptop Repair personnel?

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pmahesh wrote:

Can this ssd be installed along with HDD as my laptop has nvme slot as per laptop Repair personnel?

Sorry, no idea

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aman1801 wrote:
Suggest me one model of sata ssd 240gb for 4 or 5 systems for office use...have to make old assembled cpu fast having hdd....so tell me in 240g sata with dram and if without dram which one to go for?? Bx500 or mx500 or gigabyte or wd green or some other model ??
go with MX500 don't think of 500-700 diff you will not regrate for MX500
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