No. I am sure and have studied and spoken to manufacturers in depth about all of what you just mentioned. I am speaking of today's SSDs... not 2012 as the article you quoted. Hard drives still go corrupt a bit at a time and then eventually die. It is because data is stored contiguously unlike a SSD where the data is always moved through TRIM and wear leveling... Oh by the way, the crucial M4 you spoke of was released in 2013and still have one of Amazons highest SSD consumer ratings after thousands of reviews.lightmeup wrote: ↑ dont be so sure....
hard drive era was either work or they dont.
SSD era, is not likethat anymore. the good brand like samsung, intel are good enough to not have the bluescreen issue, but Intel had 8MB bug, crucial had the 4000 hours bug, crucial m4 had BSOD, samsung 840 had some bugs too, the list goes on.
ok, here is a link: https://www.theverge.com/2012/1/17/2713 ... rring-bsod
lol, load of crap too? PERIOD?
But let's face it, every product known to man is bound to have a certain failure rate. It is simply a fact that SSDs are much lower than HDDs and last much longer.