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The MX300 has Dynamic Write Acceleration, a caching solution that creates a large buffer to significantly increase the drive’s write speeds. This allows the MX300 to reach write speeds of up to 499MB/s on average (Crucial advertises write speeds of 510MB/s) which is more than enough for most people. See More
The MX3300 offers an endurance of 220 TB of writing. In other words, you can completely fill this SSD with files, wipe it, and fill it again 220 times before it becomes unreliable. This means that the MX300 can be used for quite a long time especially considering the fact that most users won't be writing more than 10GB even on a busy day. See More
As a software developer with several smoke testing rigs and just an all-around tech nerd I'm rough on storage devices and generally among the least-sensitive in any room regarding their environment quality (heat, vibration, orientation angle, etc.) and the Samsung EVO line is the one that has never failed on me yet. Major bonus points on always releasing an mSATA form factor with every new product cycle too. See More
Peter J. Mello's Experience
The 860 EVO version is rated for 150 TB of writes before it becomes unreliable. This means that this SSD will last for a long time and for most people it will probably never become obsolete considering the fact that most people won't be writing more than 10GB in a day. See More
Not the fastest NVMe drive on the market, but affordably priced. See More