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Toshiba OCZ RD400 M.2 256GB VS SAMSUNG 960 EVO M.2 250GB

So I am looking at these two SSD's ... The Samsung specs better than the Toshiba....but they are around the same price.... Which one would you choose ? I am going to use it for compiling code, Virtual box, Browsing the internet ( opening lots of tabs and windows ), opening multiple PDF files, Installing and uninstalling things and opening multiple IDE's ( for Programming) ....

Which one of these two would you choose ? Would you choose one of these or would you go for a lower speced PCIe SSD but with more capacity ?


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  1. 256 vs 250 is not enough space difference to worry about.
    That's not even a sneeze worth.

    Either will work.
    At the same price, I'd get the Samsung.
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  2. I am not worried about the capacity....Would both perform equally for what I want ? also, Toshiba uses MLC and Samsung uses TLC v-nand.... I hear MLC is better than TLC ?
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    knowledge2121 said:
    I am not worried about the capacity....Would both perform equally for what I want ? also, Toshiba uses MLC and Samsung uses TLC v-nand.... I hear MLC is better than TLC ?


    Well..you specified "but with more capacity".

    In the consumer space, MLC vs TLC is irrelevant.
    Warranty and reputation. The Samsung wins.
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  4. I meant a third SSD which has more capacity but is slower in performance...like a WD or Crucial SSD...
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  5. knowledge2121 said:
    I meant a third SSD which has more capacity but is slower in performance...like a WD or Crucial SSD...


    The Crucial MX300 275GB is another good choice.
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