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This review is from: OCZ SSD IT3RSK41ET5G0-0480 Intrepid 3700 Series 480GB 2.5" SATAIII eMLC 9.2mm
Pros: Look new and smart confirm it as new. According to smart, I initiate the power for the first time when I did the disk management before cloning. 100% health. $74 + $7 (1 year war.) = $81 + free shipping. Stable and fast, updated to 01-2016 firmware 184.108.40.206A
Cons: I bought the last one
Other Thoughts: 2 days before I bought it, OCZ/Toshiba came out with a new improved software utility suite dated 09-13-2016. Crystal mark 5 shows Read 462 and Write 394. I had an 850 pro 256 but I needed bigger. I did not want to go to a $220. Don't get me wrong, the Samsung was a wow during the whole 8 months I got it. This one, for now, is more than I ever expected for the price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Now connect over 702 with intel ac7260
Same range than my 3 years old RT-N56U
Stable like the Asus
Other Thoughts: Can't beat that at 35 bucks, shipping included!
Like other writer said, download the firmware 1.08 from Dlink canada and save it. You will be able to upload it manually, before being on line. My first router, 20 some years ago was a Dlink. It was a 192.168.0.1 and I always kept that 0 in the third decimal group. I did not have to change it on the Dlink. My laser, color printer, extender (netgear ex2700), all computers, phones kept going the way they were instantly. A 15 minutes installation racing. Perfecto.
Elitebook 2570p, samsung 850 pro 256, 16g crucial cas 9, intel ac7260
Other Thoughts: I had an Intel 730 480gb, crucial M550 512gb, and now since 3 months the Samsung 850 pro 256. This is the definition of what all ssds should be all about: stability-speed-warranty-price. What do you want more?
On an Elitebook 2570p, 2.9 i7, 16gb 1600 crucial cas 9 mem.