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Which of these ssd is ok?

I was about to buy a 128gb ssd samsung 830 when the store tell me they can't get ...
in hat store only have these that cost about the same as the one I would buy

this 3K HYPERX 120gb

or this Adata ASX900 128gb

what should I buy?
which is better?
which is more stable and has fewer problems with the firmware, TRIM and all that worth mentioning?
Thank you for your help.
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  1. HyperX
    Its kingston, so I would trust it.
  2. and performance? which is better?
  3. Best answer
    To be honest, you aren't going to notice a difference in quality between any SSD's as far as speed goes. What's the difference between a 4-second boot and a 4.2-second boot? It's still going to get 7.9 in Windows Experience, and you'll be immensely satisfied.
  4. thank you for your answers, I'm kind of noob of this things (ssd) I never thought I would buy a ssd, not soon, and in my country es hard to find really good things, we have to accept what we find
  5. http://www.johnnylucky.org/data-storage/ssd-database.html

    Scroll down to the brands and models you are interested in and then click on the links to the technical reviews.
  6. Tier 1
    240 GB second-gen SandForce SSDs with Toggle NAND
    Samsung 830 SSD 256 GB
    Plextor M3 Pro 128 GB/256 GB
    OCZ Vertex 4 512/256 GB
    Tier 2
    240 GB second-gen SandForce SSDs with Sync ONFi NAND
    Plextor M3 128 GB/256 GB
    Tier 3
    Crucial m4 256 GB
    Samsung 830 SSD 128 GB
    120 GB second-gen SandForce SSDs with Toggle NAND
    240 GB second-gen SandForce SSDs with Async ONFi NAND
    Corsair Performance Pro 128 GB
    OCZ Agility 4 256 GB
    Tier 4
    -
    Tier 5
    Crucial m4 128 GB
    Intel SSD 330 180 GB
    Samsung 830 SSD 64 GB
    120 GB second-gen SandForce SSDs with Sync ONFi NAND
    Tier 6
    Intel SSD 330 120 GB
    Samsung 470 SSD 256 GB
    Tier 7
    240 GB first-gen SandForce SSDs
    Intel SSD 320 300 GB
    Samsung 470 SSD 128 GB
    120 GB & 180 GB second-gen SandForce SSDs with Async ONFi NAND
    OCZ Agility 4 120 GB
    Tier 8
    -
    Tier 9
    Crucial m4 64 GB
    Intel SSD 320 160 GB
    Intel SSD 520 60 GB
    Tier 10
    Intel SSD 320 80 GB
    Intel SSD 330 60 GB
    60 GB second-gen SandForce SSDs (with Sync or Async ONFi NAND)
    120 GB first-gen SandForce SSDs
    OCZ Agility 4 64 GB source - http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ssd-recommendation-benchmark,3269-6.html
  7. oh, yeah!!!!!!
    thank you for share that link
  8. Your very welcome!
  9. I think I'll go for the Adata, but "Kiowa789" said "kingstone because is kingstone"
    is Adata not reliable?
  10. Best answer selected by 005197503.
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