(lowest) Kingston Q500 480GB SATA3 2.5 SSD (SQ50037/480G)

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https://www.amazon.in/Kingston-480GB-Q500-SATA3...
The best option in cheaper SSDs.

This is the one which takes a hard drive’s space. So buy keeping it in mind. If you have budget, buy Samsung Evo 860 instead (best SATA SSD)

Features:

  • 10x faster than a HDD – up to 6 Gbps.
  • Rugged – Q500 is shock- and vibration-resistant
  • 3 Year Brand Warranty, For Technical Support, mail us at [email protected]
  • Leads benchmarks in lower priced SATA SSDs.
    Regular price: 4915
    Listed price: 3999. 10% discount on HDFC cards for orders above 5000 (-400= 3599)
    or 5% cashback on amazon pay ICICI cards (200 cashback)
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seems like q version is not good

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code_ino wrote:

seems like q version is not good

Why? I just cancelled my order for Crucial BX500 to order this one.

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after reading difference of Samsung evo models.. I assumed the same problem would be in this too..

Afaik the EVO is better- the QVO is supposed to be a cheap budget version. This is correct, the QVO uses new QLC NAND which is slightly slower than TLC but also cheaper. … For reference Samsung QVO is 4 bit, EVO is 3 bit and PRO is 2 bit.

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Memory Chip Type
a400 3D NAND q500 TLC NAND

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here 3d Nand is better

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How 3500? 10% discount applicable on minimum 5000 na?

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Though…great for price I guess

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Don’t go with benchmarks. Decent for gaming and os

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I already have WD SN530 in my laptop. but it is 500GB. So thought of making use of vacant HDD space.

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Blackvip3r wrote:

How 3500? 10% discount applicable on minimum 5000 na?

Yes, you are correct. I have mentioned this in the description. And it is 3600

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code_ino wrote:

Memory Chip Type
a400 3D NAND q500 TLC NAND

Dug up a lot online, and found that you are wrong. Q500 and A400 both use the same NAND technology and Q500 has a newer controller.

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