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shmhmuliks87
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SSD drive T510

Hi ,

 

i'm all new in this ssd subject

i have cupple qustions ,

 

1. i saw some topic that the ssd replce the dvd driver or something like this ? what it's mean?

2.what is the TRIM ATA Support evryone talking about?

3. I Saw some ssd in ebay ,

dose the original HD i have is 2.5"? if it is , i need to check for 2.5"

4. Do i neew SATA 3 or 2

5.anyone have recommandtion about Samsund or Kingston SSD's

 

here some models

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Samsung-MMDOE28G5MPP-128GB-2-5-Solid-State-Drive-SSD-/160513358816?pt=LH_Default...

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Kingston-64GB-2-5-SATA-II-SSDNow-SNV425-S2-64GB-V2-SSD-/400136063424?pt=PCC_Driv...

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Crucial-2-5-128GB-RealSSD-SATA3-Solid-State-Drive-SSD-/280601881021?pt=PCC_Drive...

 

thanks

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duckys20
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Re: SSD drive T510

1. you can buy an ultrabay adapter to replace your dvd drive, giving you a second hard drive. 2. TRIM is used to clean up drive after the blocks have been written a few times and the data is still present, but the OS doesnt use them (i.e. what happens when you "recycle" something). TRIM keeps performance in check. 3. 2.5" 9mm tall (standard 2.5" drive). 4. Sata 2. 5. Any these days are pretty good.
gan
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Re: SSD drive T510

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shmhmuliks87 wrote:

 

5.anyone have recommandtion about Samsund or Kingston SSD's


 

I don't know much about the Samsung and Kingston SSD's and might be pretty good for all i know, but just make sure you buy a SSD with trim. Based on my own experience and reviews/benchmarks i would recommend Intel or OCZ SSD's. For example the Intel X25 G2 MLC 80gb or 160gb. I currently got two Intel 160gb SSD's, one for my Thinkpad and the other one for my Mac.

 

-gan

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shmhmuliks87
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Re: SSD drive T510

Thank for all answer ,

 

I read some reviews that Intel is not as fast as state x25 , and it not boot fast,

 

what this mean :

 

Supports TRIM – Enhances device wear leveling by eliminating merge operation for all deleted data blocks.

2. TRIM support for Windows 7 enhanced performance

 

 

dose my t510 4313-28u support this:

kingston v100

Interface TypeSerial ATA-300
Data Transfer Rate300 MBps

 

 

please help me compare between those 3 models what the best:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Kingston-128GB-2-5-SATA-II-SSDNow-SNV425-S2-128GB-SSD-/130447366721?pt=PCC_Drive...

 

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Samsung-MMDOE28G5MPP-128GB-2-5-Solid-State-Drive-SSD-/160513358816?pt=LH_Default...

 

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Kingston-SV100S2-128GZ-128GB-SSDNow-V100-SATA-2-SSD-New-/200549028824?pt=LH_Defa...

 

those they all have trim support , what the fastes

 

thank

gan
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I'm not sure where you read that Intel x25 is not that fast. It's generally known as being among the top SSD's even if it's not as superior as it used to be, but still among the best. You cannot compare SLC and MLC though because SLC are normally faster and a lot more expensive and last longer as well.

 

It's often hard to say which one is the fastest because the Samsung could be faster for some operations and the kingston for others. Some might have very fast writing and others reading and so on. So if you pick a couple of the top SSD's available i'm sure you will see that benchmarks will show different results based on different kind of tests.

 

You could check out some benchmarks like this one to compare:

http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/ssd-charts-2010/Desktop-Performance-Index-50-Throughput-25-PCMark...

 

There are many kind of benchmarks to be found and you will find that some SSD are pretty high up on every list in almost every benchmark. From what i have read Kingston seems to be among the slowest while Samsung seems better. I don't think neither of these are the best you can get though, but based on these i would have picked the Samsung.

 

There are also a lot of info and reviews here:

http://www.anandtech.com/tag/storage

 

You might find review for both the Kingston and Samsung here that could help you out to pick the correct SSD. At the end of the day there is a lot of opinions and no correct answer, but some SSD's are simply faster than others of course.

 

Also they should work fine with your T510.

 

-gan

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shmhmuliks87
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Re: SSD drive T510

SO I CHOSE SAMSUNG

 

Now i have to chose between those two

original new high spec pulled for t410

MMCRE28G8MXP-0VB

 

That i understad it MLC but 128gb

FOR 200USD

 

OR

 

MCC0E64GEMPP-01A

SLC

 

For 150USD but 64gb

 

??

 

those the slc will be much faster?

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shmhmuliks87
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Re: SSD drive T510

also them both 1.8" so ineed usata to sata adapter 1.8" to 2.5 and some caddy adapter no?

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shmhmuliks87
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Re: SSD drive T510

so i bought finaly the hiend samsung
MMCRE28G5MXP-0VB

2.5" p800 or something like this,,,,

hope it will be just what i after for

bought it for 200usd