Quote: Originally Posted by logicearth
So what happens is this: read-erase-write. Both erase, and write take a slice from the the life of an SSD.
I understand the downside of an SSD. The upside is FAR greater. That's why pretty much everybody wants one. I would never go back to normal hard disks now. It's the best upgrade you can do for almost any system.
You could be right. That was my first guess. The question is: Why is my button not there and Brinks button is there.
BTW-If you really want to get to know SSDs read this. AnandTech: The SSD Anthology: Understanding SSDs and New Drives from OCZ
And here is a list of great (Intel,Samsung) good (indilinx) and one step down (JMicron, dual JMicron) controllers and which drives they are.