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I went to start my server and I get OCZ Smart Start Bad/Backup and Replace.

What (in your experience) is the best surviving SSD out there on the market.

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Intel/Samsung.

 

Crucial also have good rep in that department.

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My vote for Samsung as well.

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I have a Samsung in my laptop and dropped it many times and still working.

Samsung...

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Samsung is my new favourite (just about everything I run now is samsung at any level... SSD, washer-dryer, monitors, TV, blue ray... etc).

 

What can I say- they build a good product.

 

I have to agree. I have about a dozen SSDs (though none have failed, yet) but all of my newer ones are Samsung. Phone, tablets and TV for the flight sim rig, are Samsung as well.

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Samsung or Seagate, plenty of great experiences with both. IMO Samsung doesn't have as much of a lead in 1st place as they used to, the gap has been closed quite a bit...nonetheless, I own and love many Samsung products so I highly recommend them, especially if you are comfortable spending more than may be absolutely necessary.

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It is not (only) about brand, but technology too. Bigger cells (i.e. 25nm) are better than smaller (20nm), and single level cells (SLC) is better than two-level cells (MLC) and both are better than three level cells (TLC).

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I have a Samsung in my laptop and dropped it many times and still working.

Samsung...

 

The probability of surviving G-Shock (the sudden stop at the end of a fall) is something inherently common for all solid state devices, as opposed to devices with moving parts. So if any SSD does fail for any reason, dropping it would be the least likely reason for that. Sometimes you just get a lemon, but power issues can lead to premature failure. My OCZ vertex 4 is still going strong and nearing 2 years of continuous use.

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