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[title] Solid State Drive (SSD)
[* icon_caution] '''ManySome SSD's have Linux specific TRIM problems that only happen in Linux. This hasissues, due to do more with validation and poor implementations then TRIM itself. To avoid TRIM problems, find animplementation. While this is typically the case, researching the SSD that is knownyou want to not have any issues (or pick one with issues that are known to be insignificant or the problem feature has been blacklisted)make sure isn't a bad idea.'''
[* icon_caution] Inicon_reminder] '''In many Linux distros, TRIM is disabled by default and has to be enabled manually. Todefault. To enable TRIM, check your distro'sthe documentation that is specific to see howyour distro (and take note of which features have problems). The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. These bad features on this is done. '''Important: Features with known problems are likelydrive had to be blacklisted (or are only enabled if a certain criteria is met)blacklisted, since they were never fixed.'''
[* icon_note] '''The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|serious issues] that are well knownhttp://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. The bad features on this drive had to be blacklisted.'''
[* black] '''128GB:''' Due to the limited capacity of these drives, their use as a primary drive really isn't viable. Theyviable, since they will fill up very quickly. Due to their limited capacity, they work best as an OS drive in a dual drive configuration.
[* black] '''256GB:''' While these drives are considered small when compared to other drive capacities, these drivesthey are typically not muchfar more useful then 128GB SSD'sSSD's and do not cost that much more to buy. File space is likely going to be limited, so backing these up with abut not to the same degree as the 128GB SSD's are. A large secondary drive may be a good idea if you need a lot of drive spaceis suggested.
[* black] '''512GB:''' While 512GB SSD's are still somewhat expensive, they have come down in price substantially. IfIn many cases, you can get a 512GB drive at a reduced cost, as long as you are willing to tradeokay with trading some speed for capacity, you canto get an evenSSD that uses lower price on many of these drivescost NAND flash. These drives generally work the bestout well if you can only installhave one drive in yourthe system.
[* black] '''1TB:''' These SSD's only recently became available to consumers. As suchSince they are so new, the $/GB cost is very high since the cost per GB is still high on these drives. ThisThe introduction of 2TB SSD's has improved slightly with 2TB SSD'sthis, but the cost isit's still on the high side, and higher then I'd likeprefer it to be.
[* black] '''2TB:''' Since these 2TB SSD's in the consumer space are alsoso new, and are far more expensive per GBthe $/GB cost is much higher then other capacities on this list. Unlike the 1TB SSD's are. At this time,(where I think the cost per GB is too highhigh, but it's better), these drives cost too much to recommend them; my recommendation isright now, but will be easier to wait untilrecommend when the cost is better optimized (which will take a while)$/GB ratio improves.
[* icon_caution] '''ManySome SSD's have Linux specific TRIM problems that only happen in Linux. This hasissues, due to do more with validation and poor implementations then TRIM itself. To avoid TRIM problems, find animplementation. While this is typically the case, researching the SSD that is knownyou want to not have any issues (or pick one with issues that are known to be insignificant or the problem feature has been blacklisted)make sure isn't a bad idea.'''
[* icon_caution] Inicon_reminder] '''In many Linux distros, TRIM is disabled by default and has to be enabled manually. Todefault. To enable TRIM, check your distro'sthe documentation that is specific to see howyour distro (and take note of which features have problems). The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. These bad features on this is done. '''Important: Features with known problems are likelydrive had to be blacklisted (or are only enabled if a certain criteria is met)blacklisted, since they were never fixed.'''
[* icon_note] '''The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|serious issues] that are well knownhttp://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. The bad features on this drive had to be blacklisted.'''
[* black] '''128GB:''' Due to the limited capacity of these drives, their use as a primary drive really isn't viable. Theyviable, since they will fill up very quickly. Due to their limited capacity, they work best as an OS drive in a dual drive configuration.
[* black] '''256GB:''' While these drives are considered small when compared to other drive capacities, these drivesthey are typically not muchfar more useful then 128GB SSD'sSSD's and do not cost that much more to buy. File space is likely going to be limited, so backing these up with abut not to the same degree as the 128GB SSD's are. A large secondary drive may be a good idea if you need a lot of drive spaceis suggested.
[* black] '''512GB:''' While 512GB SSD's are still somewhat expensive, they have come down in price substantially. IfIn many cases, you can get a 512GB drive at a reduced cost, as long as you are willing to tradeokay with trading some speed for capacity, you canto get an evenSSD that uses lower price on many of these drivescost NAND flash. These drives generally work the bestout well if you can only installhave one drive in yourthe system.
[* black] '''1TB:''' These SSD's only recently became available to consumers. As suchSince they are so new, the $/GB cost is very high since the cost per GB is still high on these drives. ThisThe introduction of 2TB SSD's has improved slightly with 2TB SSD'sthis, but the cost isit's still on the high side, and higher then I'd likeprefer it to be.
[* black] '''2TB:''' Since these 2TB SSD's in the consumer space are alsoso new, and are far more expensive per GBthe $/GB cost is much higher then other capacities on this list. Unlike the 1TB SSD's are. At this time,(where I think the cost per GB is too highhigh, but it's better), these drives cost too much to recommend them; my recommendation isright now, but will be easier to wait untilrecommend when the cost is better optimized (which will take a while)$/GB ratio improves.