Which (consumer category) SSDs have supercaps?


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Flasherly

Well, Intel's latest SSD's are using the standard Sandforce chipset like
almost everybody else.

Yep, along with earlier Marvel-equipped drives, although Intel, as the
name can't help but imply, carries a huge hubris of tradition,
intimacy and development in advancing the PC into how world perceives
a new order of intelligence. Samsung would be nowhere near, of
course, being a more of recent exception with their own widely
successful but proprietary controller approach;- in fact, Samsung is
recently in the news for entrenchment purposes, as cell phones, across
the industry, now well along into a 2nd-generation reception, aren't
near demands that propelled high-profits by 1st-generation reception.

Few if any could match Intel's material resource facilities, alone,
for a sense of goods and quality involved in computer manufacturing.
Without AMD to compete, Intel is arguably the premier regarded SSD,
likely with a corporate clientele listing to match it. I'd have one,
too, but pricing matrices can tend be off the chart, at least for me,
for a mood to buy what I'm apt then to be, dollar-cost-averaging, if
not digging around for bottom-scrapings out of some sale's barrel.
 
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Yousuf Khan

Few if any could match Intel's material resource facilities, alone,
for a sense of goods and quality involved in computer manufacturing.
Without AMD to compete, Intel is arguably the premier regarded SSD,
likely with a corporate clientele listing to match it. I'd have one,
too, but pricing matrices can tend be off the chart, at least for me,
for a mood to buy what I'm apt then to be, dollar-cost-averaging, if
not digging around for bottom-scrapings out of some sale's barrel.

Not all of us are brand-conscious.

Yousuf Khan
 
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Flasherly

Not all of us are brand-conscious.

Wouldn't give up my Samsungs (64 and 128G units), offhand, as for an
initial impression to this latest Crucial MX100 (256G). Then, again,
for a couple subjective observances, as it were, quibbles,
brand-consciousness may as likely be wanting for a fairer means and
assessment;- for sheer reliability and lasting assurance, though,
there's no denying I went off the skew, into neverneverland, by
picking up a Crucial with maybe 30 to 70 positive reviews, over a
Saumsung EVO with respectively a thousand or two.

An Intel, if I'd looked, wouldn't surprise me if priced 40% higher
than Samsung, which, in turn, was 20% higher than the Crucial. The
Crucial's reviews -- nothing more than pure happenstance for what I
interpreted from what was given -- sold me: neither by obvious
attempts at (professional) shilling nor exhibiting an overabundance of
meddlesomeness among subjectively shallow observations.

Most capital exemplars, (Amazon or NewEgg), and their premium
distribution centers are within means and a level, tending to be
officious affairs, I feel, often altogether tedious for drilling into,
which reduces or shifts evaluations, graciously, into simpler matrices
of forethought via "1-5 stars" ratings. . . .Such an accompanying
clamor to the WWW for people writing volumes of accompanying
testament, I swear, their part as provided by our age;- in a century,
a few more from now, however will future culture look back to us --
will it be as we might see a common Roman populace and a graffiti of
extant cultural artifacts on its out- and whore-house walls...
 

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