ebay - 800GB Dell SATA SSD $189 ($174 W/CPN)

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comnam90

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Its an Intel DC S3610 SATA SSD :)
Way better because they're mixed use with higher DWPD
 

BLinux

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pretty good deal, but note they are 1.8" not 2.5". need to add the cost of adapters if you need to use it in a 2.5" slot
 

frogtech

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seq write is 520MB/s for 2.5in and 380MB/s for 1.8in. Considering the reliablity, still a good deal though.
Is the read about the same? It's a good price for sure but I'm just left wanting the traditional 2.5in performance. These would be great to fill out FX2 nodes though obviously but I doubt many homelabbers have that chassis or nodes.
 

roswellian

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Is the read about the same? It's a good price for sure but I'm just left wanting the traditional 2.5in performance. These would be great to fill out FX2 nodes though obviously but I doubt many homelabbers have that chassis or nodes.
Yes, read is the same.
 
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Magnet

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Is there a definitive guide/consensus on adapters for this?

My NAS is using a Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 750w. I believe it carries 3.3v on SATA power.

Are the Lenovo adapters good? I don’t want to destroy the drives when I get them. I was thinking about ordering 2 of the Lenovo’s and testing with a multimeter.

Any advice from anyone who has used these 1.8v" 3.3v 1.2A drives and converted them to work with regular SATA? This site and google searches don’t really definitively answer this although it’s well discussed.

Thanks!
 
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